- National Science Teachers Association
- National Council of Teachers of Math
- Texas Council of Teachers of Mathematics
- (CAMT) Conference for Advancement of Mathematics Teaching
- Science Teachers Association of Texas
- International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics

Based on "Mix It Up: Suggestions for correlating science and mathematics" by Drs. Vasquez-Mireles and West, we encourage you to follow these steps in developing your own correlated math and science lesson:

- Find a science teacher partner to work with
- Choose a math concept
- Teach the math concept to your science partner
- Identify pertinent science concepts
- The science teacher teaches the science concepts to the math teacher partner
- Co-develop the correlated lesson
- Decide the mode of instruction

These steps have been adapted to begin with a math concept, but you may reference the article to see how to start with a science concept.

Vasquez-Mireles, S. & West, S. (2007). Mix it up: Suggestions for correlating science and mathematics. *The Science Teacher*, 74(2), 47-49.

Below is a series of video clips that track the process as two teachers plan, present, and reflect on a Math and Science Correlated Lesson.

Brainstorming Five segments on the initial process of collaboration. |

Classroom Four segments of presenting the lesson |

Reflection Six segments reflecting on the process and outcome. |

Last Updated 9-29-2011