Research on RUSMP programs indicates that participating teachers increase their mathematical knowledge for teaching and their self-efficacy, and change their beliefs about teaching and learning mathematics and their classroom practices to align with current research on teaching and learning.
RUSMP hosts programs for teachers, teacher leaders, and students.
RUSMP research and evaluation efforts provide evidence-based insights and strategies to improve mathematics instruction, student learning, student achievement, and the professional development of K-12 mathematics teachers, teacher leaders, and administrators.
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Wondering about Warhol (p. 16-20)
Counting on a Starry Night (p. 16-20)
Math meets cubism (p. 23-27)
Crayons in algebra class? (p. 9-13)
Using the art of Paul Klee to teach fractions
Integrating mathematics and the visual arts
Modeling effective pedagogical strategies for teaching mathematics
Use mouth-watering art to master math concepts
Go figure! Using the art of Jasper Johns to teach number concepts