MCTM Karen Longhart Scholarship
This scholarship is intended for active teachers involved in Mathematics Education, Grades K-12. The intent of the Scholarship is to help teachers attend professional development activities dedicated to the appropriate level of mathematics for their teaching. Karen was very active in both MCTM and NCTM.  These two organizations provide many excellent workshops involved in professional development. There are other programs that also provide excellent professional development.

A minimum of 5 years teaching is required in order to qualify for these funds.  Scholarship winners are expected to submit a blog post to the MCTM blog at the completion of the professional development event.

Up to two $500 scholarships will be issued each year.

In addition to your answers to the following questions, please have your principal submit the Principal Scholarship Google form in support of your submission.

The deadline for this scholarship is October 12th of each year, but early submissions are always welcome.
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What grade levels are you currently teaching?
What subjects are you currently teaching?
How many years have you been teaching?
Are you currently a MCTM member?
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What professional development opportunity are you interested in attending if awarded the Karen Longhart scholarship?
What are the dates of this professional development opportunity?
Where will this professional development opportunity happen?
What are your objectives for attending this professional developmental opportunity?
In addition to writing a blog post for the MCTM blog, how will you use and share this information with other teachers?
Please describe your philosophy of teaching mathematics education and reasons why you are an appropriate recipient for the Karen Longhart Scholarship.
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