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Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative

Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative

About the CRMC

Mission

The mission of the Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative is to enhance the mathematics education of P-16 students through the development of teacher leaders, beginning with initial preparation and continuing through their professional teaching careers.

 

Goals

  • Enhance the preparation of prospective mathematics teachers at CSU.
  • Develop teacher leaders using the most current mathematics education research and best practices for classroom instruction.
  • Foster the teaching and learning of meaningful mathematics for all students, grades P-16.
  • Facilitate collaboration between the University and local education agencies, colleges within the University, and the community.

 

Grant Projects

PROJECTS funded for the FY 2017-2018 school year through the IMPROVING TEACHER QUALITY HIGHER EDUCATION PROGRAM administered by the University of Georgia are:

Making Meaning of Representations - For Elementary Teachers

Linking Multiple Representations- For Middle Grades Teachers

Connecting Mathematical Representations - For High School Teachers 

Past Projects funded through the IMPROVING TEACHER QUALITY HIGHER EDUCATION PROGRAM administered by the University of Georgia are:

FY 2016

  •  Elementary School - Developing Algebraic Thinking in the Elementary Grades
  • Middle School - Developing Algebra Readiness
  • High School - Developing Conceptual Understanding of High School Mathematics

 FY 2015

  • Elementary School - Enhancing Mathematical Teaching Practices in Number & Operations
  • Middle School - Developing Mathematical Literacy
  • High School - Functions & Modeling for the CCGPS