About the Science Math Resource Center
The Science Math Resource Center (SMRC) is a STEM outreach center in the MSU Department of Education that is devoted to the advancement of science and mathematics teaching and learning. We provide professional development for a new generation of K-12 educators of tribal, rural, and urban communities; conduct educational research; and coordinate the statewide annual Science Olympiad that is held at Montana State University in Bozeman.
Our professional development programs are delivered face-to-face and online to facilitate the formation of teachers' learning communities and provide access to teachers in remote areas. Our programs focus on science and math content and research-based practices with a strong emphasis on the cultural context of the school community.
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