Welcome to SSMA 

The School Science and Mathematics Association is an inclusive professional community of researchers and teachers who promote research, scholarship, and practice that improves school science and mathematics and advances the integration of science and mathematics.

SSMA focuses on promoting research-based innovations related to K-16 teacher preparation and continued professional enhancement in science and mathematics. Target audiences include higher education faculty members, K-16 school leaders and K-16 classroom teachers.

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It is election time! Please cast your vote for SSMA Officers by Tuesday, March 31, 2015. To learn about the candidates click on the following link: SSMA Spring 2015 Ballot & Bios

SSMA Conference Proceedings

The 2014 convention this year will bring something new and exciting to SSMA...our first peer-review conference proceedings! The papers - empirical or practitioner, not to exceed 8 pages including tables, figures, and references - are due JULY 1. For more information go to the Convention Page. 

 2014 Award Winners

Congratulations to the following 2014 Award Winners!


Sarah Quebec-Fuentes
Texas Christian University
Outstanding Early Career Scholar Award


Don Balk
St. Mary's College
George G. Mallinson Distinguished Service Award


Margaret Niess
Oregon State University
George G. Mallinson Distinguished Service Award


SSMA Journal

The SSMA journal is an international journal which is published monthly, October through May, emphasizing research on issues, concerns, and lessons within and between the disciplines of science and mathematics in the classroom.


Note:  Members must login before they can access the journal online via the SSMA website (under member benefits - Journal Archives).

EXTENDED DEADLINE...Submit Proposals Now!

The deadline for proposal submissions for the 2015 SSMA Convention is has been extended until March 1, 2015!!! Click here to submit your proposal now: Proposal Submission

Most Downloaded 2013 Paper in SSMJ

McGee, J., Wang, C., & Polly, D. (2013). Guiding teachers in the use of a standards-based mathematics curriculum: Teacher perceptions and subsequent instructional practices after an intensive professional development program, 113(1), pp. 16-28.

Guiding teachers in the use of standards-based mathematics curriculum


Check out the latest news, updates, and opportunities in SSMA through our Newsletter.

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