### Network Member Spotlight: Casey Green

In our March newsletter, we featured Casey Green, a BMTN member since 2016. Casey’s involvement in the network is perhaps best summed up by two words: enthusiasm and diligence. Here's what Casey said when asked what made her want to join BMTN: "What made me want...

### BMTN Presents at the 2018 Carnegie Summit

A team representing the Better Math Teaching Network traveled to San Francisco to present on the network at the Carnegie Summit, a gathering of 1,400 educators, researchers, policy makers, and philanthropists working to accelerate improvements in education. In addition to the BMTN network leadership, Kirk...

### 2016-17 Student Survey Results

Each year, BMTN teachers survey their students in assess students' summative progress towards deeper engagement in algebra. Our new infographic highlights BMTN student survey results from 2016-17. We're making even greater progress towards deeper engagement in algebra! ...

### BMTN at the 2018 Joint Mathematics Meeting

Kirk is in San Diego today presenting on the Better Math Teaching Network at the Joint Mathematics Meeting, the largest gathering of mathematicians in the U.S. and the largest annual meeting of mathematicians in the world. The presentation is focused on the strong support of...

### Two BMTN Members Named State Finalists for PAEMST

BMTN’s Heather Vonada and Ellen Payne have been named as finalists for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching for their respective states of Vermont and Maine. PAEMST is the highest honor given by the U.S. government specifically for K-12 math and...

### New Video Highlighting the Network

Check out BMTN’s new video on the value of improvement science in our work and collaboration within the network toward growing the number of high school students who are deeply engaged in making sense of and understanding algebra. ...

### Better Math Teaching Network in the Carnegie Spotlight

Kirk and Toni are at the Carnegie Spotlight event in Washington, D.C., today sharing the work of the Better Math Teaching Network, which has been recognized by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching for systems innovation through a networked improvement community. On behalf...

### Better Math Teaching Network featured in upcoming Education Week webinar – 10/26/17 – 2 p.m. ET.

Join the Better Math Teaching Network for an *Education Week* webinar on our networked improvement community of researchers, teachers, and instructional leaders who are working together to incrementally improve student-centered instruction

### Honing the Craft of Student-Centered Math Instruction

Student-centered teaching is complex, demanding work. It requires teachers who are curious and have an unwavering commitment to helping all of their students take charge of their own learning. Inspiring students to learn in this way is not for the faint of heart. Even strong student-centered...