Scholarships and Teacher Support

The MCTM Foundation awards scholarships of up to $1200 to middle school teachers to help with costs. You can help us award more grants by donating to the MCTM Foundation.

Volunteer Opportunities

Posted by on Feb 28, 2017 in Opportunities, Research and Resources | No Comments

We hope this helps you in your efforts to make connections. If you find something you want to share, or are looking for volunteers within the MCTM organization, contact your Region Director who will be able to channel the information to the Communications Committee.

Teachers Sharing Resources

Teachers Sharing Resources is a suite of online portals that allow teachers to share effective resources with each other.

MCTM Foundation Grants and Scholarships

Spring Conference Grants Deadline Feb. 10th
Scholarships for Middle School Teachers of Mathematics

MCTM Foundation Offers Spring Conference Grants

Thinking ahead to the Spring Conference but your school or district is short on funds? The MCTM Foundation offers grants of up to $550 per person to supplement your costs.

Present at the 2017 MCTM Spring Conference

What are you excited about? What is working for you? What is important to you? What do others need to know? We all improve when we share. Consider presenting at the 2017 MCTM Spring Conference. You can  find a link to the Speaker Form on the 2017 MCTM Spring Conference page at or Access the form […]

What is an Edcamp and Why Should You Go?

Better yet, attend EdCamp Math & Science MN on October 21st 2016, 9 AM to 3 PM at a new location, Prior Lake High School. Register here: and follow on Twitter #EdcampMSMN.

Edcamp Math Science MN – Oct 21

Edcamp Math Science MN is a form of unconference designed specifically for math and science teachers and their needs.

Moody’s Mega Math (M3) Scholarship Challenge

Posted by on Sep 23, 2016 in Announcements, High School, Opportunities | No Comments

Since 2006, Moody’s Mega Math (M3) Challenge ( has become the online math modeling competition known for inspiring high school juniors and seniors to pursue STEM majors and careers, awarding nearly one million dollars in scholarships to date!

Join Greg Tang in Minneapolis for His 10 Best Practices Workshop

Posted by on Sep 23, 2016 in Announcements, Elementary, Opportunities | No Comments

To succeed in math, students need number sense and strong reasoning skills. They also need to visualize, generalize and communicate their thinking.