Since 1995, The Math Forum has held weeklong institutes for educators from North America, England, and Australia. Early institutes were designed to build a core group of users for the Geometry Forum and the Math Forum. These programs resulted in some wonderful projects by participants, many of them presented on the World Wide Web.
 Constructing Geometry on the Internet
 1995
 Constructing Mathematics on the Internet
 1996
 Developing Internet Mathematics Projects and Resources
 1998
 Developing Mathematics on the Internet
 2000
More recent programs have been designed to bring teachers together as researchers and developers of projects that support teaching math effectively using software tools.
 Educational Software Components of Tomorrow (ESCOT)
 2001  2000  1999
 Journal of Online Mathematics and its Applications (JOMA)
 2000
 Bridging Research and Practice (BRAP)
 2000
 Math and Technology Tool Fest
 2004  2005
 Materials Development Institute
 2007  2008
 The Math Forum Enhanced Tools for Financial Literacy
 2010
 Emerging Communities for Mathematical Practices and Assessment (EnCoMPASS)
 2013  2014

Sum98: Human Graph Theory
Partcipants hard at work at the Tool Fest
ESCOT group designing a problem
