The Department of Mathematics and Statistical Sciences offers various opportunities for math teachers in the Denver Metro Area and beyond. Our department offers programs for teachers who are continuing their education, looking to teach mathematics, and who seek to build relationships with math educators in their community.
Surf our catolog of offered MCKE (Math Content Knowledge for Education) courses.
This program promotes secondary teaching as a career for undergraduates and post-baccalaureates majors in STEM fields. Noyce aims to respond to the critical need for high quality math and science teachers by providing scholarships, research and teaching experiences, and professional development for talented students. Noyce is supported through the National Science Foundation.
This four-year program is in partnership with the School of Education & Human Development and our K-12 partner educators in the metro area. Students first take courses through the Department of Mathematics and Statistical Sciences, garnering the essential content knowledge of a math teacher, then gain experience as a teacher candidate intern at one of our metro area urban professional development schools.
If you are a licensed teacher who wants to delve into mathematics content while developing research-based teaching practices that support students’ mathematics learning, then you have come to the right place!
Educators who wish to teach math through the CU Succeed program at CU Denver will work with Colorado high school students by exposing them to the college classroom experience!
The RMMTC is a collaboration of professional mathematicians and statisticians and middle school mathematics teachers who support middle school math educators and foster dialogue about math education pedagogy and problem-solving skills. This group meets on the Auraria Campus in Denver. New website coming soon!