The College of Education and Human Services and the “Mountaineer Mathematics Master Teachers” (M3T) project recently selected 16 middle and high school mathematics teachers from across West Virginia to serve as the second cohort of M3T Noyce Fellows, participating in a statewide, mathematics teacher leadership program for the next five years.
Among those chosen include Buffalo High School Math Educator Joshua Isaacs!
M3T is focused on supporting and championing collaborative, teacher-led improvement of mathematics teaching and learning across West Virginia. The M3T program seeks to support and retain skilled and experienced secondary mathematics teachers and to empower these teachers as leaders across the state. Within its two cohorts, Mt3 now supports 35 mathematics teachers representing 25 districts across the state.
As a fellow, Mr. Isaacs will receive an annual stipend throughout his five-year fellowship, tied to his continued work as a mathematics teacher in West Virginia and participation in the project’s teacher leadership opportunities.
Fellows’ experiences in the project will include development activities to improve their mathematics teaching as well as their emerging work as teacher leaders. At the conclusion of their participation in the project, fellows will mentor other emerging teacher leaders across the state.
What a tremendous achievement! Congratulations, Mr. Isaacs!
Learn more about M3T HERE.