Interested in Money for Your Classroom?

The Rosenthal Prize is intended to recognize and promote hands-on math teaching in upper elementary and middle school classrooms. It carries a cash award of $25,000 for the single best activity, plus up to five additional monetary awards for other innovative activities. The winning teacher or teachers will have the opportunity to share their innovative activities with educators across the country.

The application deadline is May 31, 2016. Classroom teachers of grades 4 through 12 (who teach at least 60% of a full teaching schedule) are eligible to apply. The activities must be designed for students in gradesĀ 4 through 8.

More information is available on the attached flyer and at http://momath.org/rosenthal-prize/. For those who are attending NCTM, on April 14, MoMath is organizing a demonstration and workshop by previous Rosenthal Prize winner Ralph Pantozzi, as well as a question-and-answer session with Rosenthal Prize judges (more information is at http://momath.org/rosenthal-prize/).

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