Using Mathematics to Teach Music
Posted by National Council of Teachers of Mathematics on June 30, 2014
NCTM: Using Mathematics to Teach Music
The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Using Mathematics to Teach Music grant encourages the incorporation of music into the elementary school classroom to help young students learn mathematics. Any acquisition of equipment must support the proposed plan but not be the primary focus of the grant. Proposals must address the following: the combining of mathematics and music; the plan for improving students’ learning of mathematics; and the anticipated impact on students’ achievement. Maximum award: $3,000. Eligibility: individual classroom teachers or small groups of teachers currently teaching mathematics in grades PreK-2 level who are also (as of October 15, 2014) Full Individual or e-Members of NCTM or teach in a school with a current (as of October 15, 2014) NCTM PreK-8 school membership. Deadline: November 7, 2014.
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