Math Teachers

The UFT's Math Teachers Committee exists to serve and assist teachers of mathematics in New York City public schools. Our members teach all fields of mathematics included in the curriculum for elementary, middle and high schools (pre-K to 12) in the city. Our meetings and workshops cover a wide range of topics in mathematics as well as interdisciplinary subjects from ideas for creative lesson plans to help with new math-related technologies.

Since 2008, we have partnered with the New York City Art Teachers Association/UFT (NYCATA) to host an ArtMath/MathArt workshop every May. Some recent ArtMath workshops have focused on fractals and on "Mathematical Art: Studio to Gallery to Classroom."

We have also presented social studies related math workshops at the ATSS/UFT annual conference. Other recent workshops have focused on TI's exciting TI-NSpire calculator, a useful tool for both students and teachers now able to graph in color and to import photos as well as on the use of quilts and stained glass in math instruction for students of all ages.

We hope you will join us for some or all of our events and will register with our committee by completing the enrollment form below! Check New York Teacher and this page for announcements of upcoming workshops.

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All UFT members are eligible to join. Non-UFT personnel, including university employees and union members affiliated with the New York City Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, NYSUT, or AFT, may serve as associate members.

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Stephanie Kollar (third from left), retired art teacher and creator of the quilt
UFT Math Committee’s Tessellation in Quilts and Stained Glass workshop

A busy group of math teachers spent the afternoon of March 25 cutting, measuring, designing and constructing quilt block patterns as part of a hands-on workshop exploring how tessellation in quilts and stained glass can be used in math classes at all grade levels.

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