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Did You Know?
CCSSTEM is an official affiliate of the California Mathematics Council!
Formally established in 2012, from the P-16 Math Council, we are a collaboration of teachers and other educators, business leaders, parents, students and much more looking to leverage community resources in support of formal and informal STEM education from Pre-Kindergarten to high school and beyond.
The California Mathematics Council (CMC) believes that all students have the capacity to become mathematically competent and confident when provided a rigorous and challenging mathematical program supported by high expectations.
The California Mathematics Council is committed to: Promoting professional activities that will ensure continual improvement towards excellence in the teaching of mathematics; communicating with educators, parents, the public, and legislative bodies concerning issues related to teaching rigorous, challenging mathematics; and; increasing the diversity of membership of the California Mathematics Council and the diversity of leadership in mathematics education at the local, state, and national levels.
To become a member of the State California Mathematics Council (CMC) an affiliate of CCSTEM go to: http://cmc-math.org/
October 11, 2015, Sunday, 12pm to 4pm
BONES, BONES, DEM DRY BONES
A special family event to celebrate the season and showcase the bone collections at the Museum of Natural History. Displays, games with prizes, owl pellet dissection, skull identification, art projects, all centered around skeletons. ALL AGES. Morro Bay Museum of Natural History. 12 PM to 4 PM. Adults $3, children under 16 and CCSPA members are free.
Flier (English and Spanish)
October 17, 2015, Saturday, 2pm
Secrets of Sand
A handful of sand is full of secrets: What is it made of? Where does it come from? Who lives in it?
Flier (English and Spanish)
Morro Bay Museum of Natural History
Google Certified Innovator, K12 Instructional
Keynote Speaker: Lisa Highfill, Technology Coach
Workshop sessions on educational technology resources and GAFE tools to enhance student engagement and learning.
October 3, 2015
9am to 3pm
Arroyo Grande High School
$50 PER PERSON – GROUP RATES – EARLY BIRD AVAILABLE
Central Section of the California Mathematics Council presents:
2015 Leadership Forum
Up Close and Personal with Cathy Seeley
Past President of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
“Leading in a Common Core World”
Making it through the muck and mire to support every teacher in helping every student become a mathematical thinker … and show it on the test!
October 10, 2015
$30 per person (lunch included)
Special session 1:00 – 3:00 pm with Cathy Seeley for affiliate members only!
Paso Robles Joint Unified School District
9:00 am – noon