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Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative

Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative

Registration Links

To register for an upcoming CRMC workshop or event, click the link below - the workshop title - or call 706-565-1474.   Workshops without sufficient registrations are subject to cancellation.  (PLEASE NOTE:  If you have previously registered for a Math Collaborative-sponsored event, you will not need to set up a new account on the registration site; register using your e-mail address, or search by your last name.)


Unless noted otherwise, workshops will be held in Frank Brown Hall 1010, 1127 Broadway, Columbus, Georgia,

Columbus State University RiverPark Campus.

Space is limited, so be sure to register early if you are interested in attending any workshop.

  PLEASE NOTE:   IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER HERE, YOU ARE NOT GUARANTEED A SEAT IN THE WORKSHOP.

 

January 17, 2018, 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. - Making Meaning of Representations Winter Follow-up

This workshop is only for those teachers participating in the grant project.

Through hands-on activities, participants will continue to engage in rich mathematical lessons designed to increase their content knowledge of the K-3 Georgia Standards of Excellence. Teachers will continue to cultivate skills to effectively implement tasks that promote reasoning and problem solving and increase their abilities to use and connect mathematical representations and facilitate meaningful mathematical discourse.

The Math Collaborative will help to reimburse the cost of your sub for the day so that you can attend this workshop.  A continental breakfast and a working lunch will be provided.

There is no fee for this workshop.

 

January 23, 2018, 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. - Linking Multiple Representations Winter Follow-up

This workshop is only for those teachers participating in the grant project.

Through hands-on activities, participants will continue to engage in rich mathematical lessons designed to increase their content knowledge of the grades 4-8 Georgia Standards of Excellence. Teachers will continue to cultivate skills to effectively implement tasks that promote reasoning and problem solving, as well as increase their abilities to use and connect mathematical representations and facilitate meaningful mathematical discourse.

The Math Collaborative will help to reimburse the cost of your sub for the day so that you can attend this workshop. A continental breakfast and a working lunch will be provided.

There is no fee for this workshop.

 

Februay 3, 2018, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. - Connecting Mathematical Representations Half-Day Follow-up

Continue to engage in hands-on training with technology and other math resources. Such activities will increase your understanding of the connections among multiple mathematical representations and strengthen your ability to share those connections with your students to help them better understand mathematical representations.

There is no fee for this workshop.

 

Math Masters 2018 - March 17, 2018, 9:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

       Location:  Frank Brown Hall on the Columbus State University RiverPark campus

Math Masters 2018 is open to selected schools.

This middle grades mathematics competition is a collaborative effort among the Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative, CSU's Department of Teacher Education, and CSU's Department of Mathematics.

Teams of middle grades students work together to solve task-based math problems. When they have agreed on an answer, they orally present their work to a Master Teacher.  If their answer is correct, they move on to the next problem.  The top three teams with the most correct answers take trophies back to their schools.

Registration:  $60.00