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happy childWho are we?


We are the Center for Teaching and Learning Mathematics (CTLM).

We are part of the College of Humanities, Arts, and Sciences at the University of Northern Iowa.

We are committed to supporting teachers by providing high quality professional development.

We strive to assist teachers, students, and parents in making sense of mathematics.

We have created video and print resources for both teachers and families in the areas of mathematics, literacy, early childhood, and the autism spectrum.

We would love to hear from you if you are a teacher or district who is seeking professional development, or a parent who is seeking resources to help your child!



Wednesday, Oct 16, 2019
Mascoutah Math Mania Summer Camp

Mascoutah Math Mania (M-Cubed) Summer Enrichment Camp offers students the opportunity to advance their mathematical skills, to deepen their number sense, and to reach to greater math heights.


Monday, May 20, 2019
CTLM and Mascoutah, Illinois Partnership with DoDEA

Over the past few years, the CTLM has partnered with the Mascoutah School District in Mascoutah, Illinois on a Department of Defense Education Activity grant.  This grant provides professional development to help teachers focus on deepening their understanding of mathematical concepts and supporting their implementation of research-based teaching strategies.

Making Sense of Mathematics and Teaching in Mascoutah tells the story of the journey of professional development taken by an incredible cohort of Mascoutah teachers.


Friday, May 11, 2018
STEM For All Video Showcase

Earlier this year, we were invited to share our Teaching Mathematics to Struggling Learners program by the 2018 STEM for All Video Showcase.  The voting has closed, but we invite you to watch our video below, and see some exciting work that the CTLM has done for special education!