Whether your student or child shows exceptional talent and interest, or asks “what is math good for?” and “why do I need to know math?”, you will find here a wealth of resources, publications and news to help you educate, inspire and mentor high school and undergraduate students. You may wish to direct students to the AMS for Students page as well so they can explore for themselves.
Amazing loot of math posters arrived from @amermathsoc A classrm at @QEHSepsb is about to get a makeover thank you! pic.twitter.com/HdNmsWnlv0
— Dr. Pineda (@therocsci) October 15, 2015
Free PostersRequest free printed posters for your department, home or office. Examples include:


Programs to Encourage High School Math Students 

Programs to Encourage Math Majors


AMS Books, Blogs and Free Online Materials
Search more on the AMS Bookstore. 

Fun Outside the Classroom: For Teachers, Parents and Students!Free games, activities, magazines and websites to read and engage with others. 

On Teaching and Learning MathematicsArticles in Notices of the AMS: Doceamus ("let us teach") columns, include "Listening to Teachers", "(Math) Teachers Are the Key", "Common Core Offers the Opportunity to Reorder Math Topics to Better Emphasize Their Connections and Applications". Search "Doceamus" and "Education" in Notices to see many articles on math education research, Common Core State Standards, NCTM Math Standards, teacher preparation, pedagogy, awards for math education, classroom resources, Math Circles, gender and math, and more. 

Join a professional organizationJoin an organization that best fits with your goals, needs and budget. Each offers member newsletters and journals, prizes and awards, programs for students, and valuable web resources.

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