Primarily Math video wins People's Choice Award in NSF contest


Primarily Math video wins NSF People's Choice Award

We are thrilled to announce that Primarily Math has been named the People’s Choice Award Winner in the NSF We Are Mathematics Video Competition! Thank you to everyone who voted for our Primarily Math video; we couldn’t have won without you and your ongoing support of Nebraska teachers.

This competition aims to showcase NSF-supported work in mathematics and statistics, including applied mathematics and mathematics education. Our video, which highlights Primarily Math teachers who are improving the way math is taught and learned in Nebraska schools, was chosen as the winner out of 16 semi-finalists. It is fitting that we won following Teacher Appreciation Week, and we hope that you were celebrated for your outstanding work. Certainly, the winning of the People’s Choice Award demonstrates that our community appreciates its teachers.

We would also like to take this opportunity to share a message to teachers from Dr. Karen Marrongelle, the Assistant Director of the Directorate for Education and Human Resources at the National Science Foundation, released during Teacher Appreciation Week.

Share our good news with your friends, family and students on Facebook and Twitter! You can follow us on Twitter @NebraskaMATH. If you missed a chance to watch the video before, you can view it here:

Originally published May 15, 2019 - Submit an Item