Candidates in the Math for Teaching program work on a wide range of thesis projects. Some might design classroom studies, analyzing various teaching approaches, others might create an educational website, create a curriculum for a new course, or provide a novel analysis of a math education topic.
As a result of this variety, you'll notice that although proposals will in general contain the same sections, the style of presentation, length of various sections, and so forth, can vary from proposal to proposal, depending on the project.
The following proposals are good examples to review as you begin to create your own proposal.
- Please note that no proposal is perfect, so you should be sure to follow all of the formatting guidelines given elsewhere on the website as you finalize your proposal.
Read more about the proposal process on this page: Developing the Proposal
- Math Education Research
The Effect of Single Gender Mathematics Learning Environments on Self Efficacy and Post Secondary Curricular Paths: An Australian Case Study
- Study of an Alternative Teaching Approach
Inquiry-Based Learning in Geometry Courses in U.S. Secondary Schools
- Testing New Tools for Classroom Use
Feasibility study for teaching geometry and other topics using three-dimensional printers