The PTMT project has developed three sets of materials that integrate mathematical tasks, technological tools, and pedagogical strategies, to engage prospective and practicing middle and high school teachers in learning how to teach algebraic, geometric, and statistical topics with technology.


Our teacher education materials help educators develop a model of teaching and learning that goes beyond the specifics of a technology tool so that they are able to make informed decisions about the appropriate use of technology for teaching mathematics in general. Over the last decade, PTMT has worked with over 150 mathematics teacher educators who in turn have utilized the materials either in courses or professional developments, impacting over 3200 mathematics teachers. Our most recent development in the project includes the design of a web portal to allow free access to materials and technology files for each of our three modules: An Integrated Approach to Data Analysis and Probability, An Integrated Approach to Geometry, and An Integrated Approach to Algebra. To view our materials and register for access to our web portal, please visit


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PTMT Institutions by State

Check out our impact by seeing the locations of institutions that have used PTMT materials in preparing mathematics teachers!

nsf3This project is supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Nos. DUE 0442319, DUE 0817253, and DUE 1123001 awarded to North Carolina State University. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed herein are those of the principal investigators and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.