CCMP

Background and Description

The Central California Mathematics Project at California State University, Stanislaus is one of 19 regional math projects through the California Math Project.

CCMP 2016-17 PD Series for Math Teachers

Saturday Series on Empowered Teaching (K-12)

Where: Stan State Naraghi Hall Building #35 Rm. 322
For Who: Grades K-12
Cost: $25.00 per session or $150 for all 8 sessions Purchase Order Acceptable
When:
Fall 2016: October 8, November 19, December 10, January 21
Spring 2017: February 11, March 11, April 8, May 6
Time: 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Register online

Up to TWO units of Professional Development credit available.

What do I get?

  • An opportunity to discuss and share your students' performance with other teachers
  • A place for teachers to collaborate in creating powerful lessons that motivate, engage, and inspire!
  • Tips and techniques to support students with Special Needs
  • Strategies to help you incorporate CaCCSS and the ELD standards during math instruction

What it is not:

  • Lecture with an expert dictating or sage on the stage to tell you what to do
  • A SIT and GET

What should you bring?

  • Your mobile device and/or laptop computer
  • District Curriculum Manuals and your grade level CaCCSS modules

Walk-Ins welcome
* Those who register by the 1st of the month will receive math manipulative/book of the month

Contact: Math Grants
Phone: (209) 667-3780


Modeling Equity in Mathematics - Summer 2016 Workshop 

Modeling Equity in Mathematics flyer

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In this interactive workshop, middle and high school teachers (grades 7–12) are invited to examine the contexts of equity through modeling in mathematics. This 3-day seminar is designed to answer the questions: 

  • What is diversity and equity? 
  • What are key differences between equality and equity? 
  • How do these differences impact mathematics teaching and learning? 
  • What is mathematical modeling? 
  • In what ways can we use content and tools, such as mathematical models, to engage students and teachers in modeling for equity? 

Date: June 27, 28, 29
ime: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Registration: $100
Location: TBA 
Register Online: https://commerce.cashnet.com/Math1

Workshop Facilitator Nathan Alexander, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of mathematics and education at the University of San Francisco. He teachers courses and conducts research in mathematics, statistics, equity and social justice in education. 

Math Grants
Dr. Viji Sundar
Location: DBH 309 & 313
Phone: 
209.667.3780


2nd Annual Lesson Planning Retreat!

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California Math Project Proffesional Development Retreat is designed to provide: 

  • Time to sit with your grade level partner to map out your lessons for the year
  • A chance to develop everyday lessons for your class aligned with CaCCSS and your District Curriculum infusing SMP and ELA (as applicable)
  • An opportunity to make/plan lessons together with teachers using the same curriculum
  • An environment where teachers are helping teachers to create lessons that motivate, engage and inspire your students and YOU! 
  • Tips and techniques to support students with Special Needs 
  • Strategies to help you incorporate the new ELD standards during math instruction 

​When: July 11 – 15, 2016 from 8:00AM to 2:00PM 
Where: Stanislaus State, Room TBA
For Who: Grades K-12
Cost:

  • $150.00 - If paid by June 15 
  • $200 – From June 16-July 5 
  • $250 – From July 5-July 11 

How to Register: Register online using credit card or by purchase order from your institution
Register at: commerce.cashnet.com/Math1
Contact Viji Sundar: (209) 918-2469 
Two units of Professional Development Credit Available. 

What it is not: 

  • A series of lectures with an expert dictating or sage on the stage to tell you what to do 
  • A SIT and GET 
  • A one shot PD for a week without ongoing support throughout the school year 

 What should you bring? 

  • Your Mobile Device and/or laptop computer 
  • District Curriculum Manuals 
  • CaCCSS Booklet 
  • Your grade level partner 

2016 Summer Workshop Mathematical Modeling in K-8

Mathematical Modeling

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Where: Stanislaus State – Turlock Campus Building: Science I, Room S120
How to Register: Register online using credit card or by purchase order from your institution
Register at: commerce.cashnet.com/Math1
Registration Fee: 

  • $150.00 - If paid by June 15 
  • $200 – From June 16-July 12 
  • $250 – From July 13-July 18 

30 hours towards of Professional Development Units available. (PD units are an extra purchase, 15 hours per unit) 
When: July 18th – July 22nd 8:00 am – 2:00 pm 
What: In this engaging 30-hour institute we will explore mathematical modeling in Common Core. We will answer questions like: 

  • What is mathematical modeling? 
  • How can modeling be applied into the elementary classroom? 
  • What are appropriate modeling problems? 
  • How is modeling related to SBAC testing? 
  • How can we use mathematical modeling to deepen mathematical understanding, and spark curiosity? 
  • How can we adapt our current curriculums to include modeling?

For Additional Information please contact: 


It is all about fractions!

It's all about fractions flyer View workshop flyer Where: Stanislaus State – Turlock Campus Building: Science I, RM S120 Register: http://tinyurl.com/2015CCMP-Frac
Registration Fee: $150
20 hours towards of Professional Development Units available.
(PD units are an extra purchase, 15 hours to each unit) When:
July 20th 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
July 21st 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
July 22nd 8:00 am – 2.30 pm For Additional Information please contact
Dr. Coughlin, hcoughlin@csustan.edu
Dr. Jóhannsdóttir, bjohannsdottir@csustan.edu



CBEST Test Prep

CBEST Test PrepView Flyer (PDF)

CBEST Writing Help

CBEST writing help flyer
Stanislaus State Teacher Recruitment & Rentention Office
CBEST Review Sessions/Preparation Workshops
TeacherOutreach@csustan.edu

(209) 667-3589

Stanislaus State Tutoring Center, Writing Center
Individual Appointment with Writing Specialist
Same Day Tutoring (first-come, first-served)
Writing Center website
(209) 667-3465

Center for Excellence in Graduate Education (CEGE)
Preparing for Timed Essay Tests
Graduate Writing Support Drop-in Sessions
CEGE website

Stanislaus State GROW Project (Greatness Relies on Writing)
Resources to improve/enhance writing skills and abilities.
GROW website

Student Support Services (SSS)
Writing Specialist and Timed-Test Workshops
SSS website
(209) 667-3220

CBEST Writing Powerpoint - Dominguez Hills
Website

Teachers Prep Test
Online instructional videos
Website