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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.  You will register using your e-mail address, or search by your last name.)


* * * WE'VE MOVED!! * * *

The Math Collaborative is now located in Frank Brown Hall, a part of CSU's RiverPark Campus in downtown Columbus.  The CRMC's new home is in the historic building that once housed the Ledger-Enquirer Newspaper. 

 

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.

 

   **  We are very happy when you choose to attend one of our workshops and look forward to working with you.  Parking for Frank Brown Hall is a little more complicated than parking at Cunningham Center.  CLICK HERE to view a map of parking options for Frank Brown Hall.  **

 

Linking Multiple Representations Fall Follow-up - September 20, 2017, 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

This workshop is for those teachers in grades 4-8 who attended the summer workshop.

We will continue hands-on training to increase your mathematics content knowledge of the grades 4-8 Georgia Standards of Excellence.  We will engage in tasks that:  promote reasoning and problem solving; increase your ability to use and connect mathematical representations; encourage meaningful mathematical discourse; and build procedural fluency from conceptual understanding.

There is no fee for this workshop. The Math Collaborative will help to reimburse the cost of your sub for the day.

We will provide coffee and pastries in the morning and a networking lunch.

 

Students WIN Every Day! - September 26, 2017, 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

This workshop is open to any high school mathematics teacher.

Attend this workshop and experience the WIN.  You will learn strategies to reinforce the WIN in your classroom.

We will focus on mathematical discourse.  You will "work" the Talk Moves as learners and as teachers, and investigate mathematical concepts across the curriculum and grade levels.  You will leave the workshop with the WIN concept integrated into your lesson plans for your students.

Registration is $100, but may be reduced for teachers in systems purchasing a CRMC Service Package.   Before registering for this workshop, please verify payment status with your building principal and/or your district personnel.

We will provide coffee and pastries in the morning; lunch will be on your own.

We regret that we cannot reimburse the cost of your sub for the day.

CLICK HERE to view a flyer for this workshop.

 

Stop the Drowning: Use Formative Assessment to Buoy Your Instruction - September 27, 2017, 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

This workshop is open to any elementary teacher in grades K-2.

Formative assessments are valuable tools for making instructional decisions.  Come to this math workshop and explore the different types of formative assessments.  Exit tickets are one example, but there are many different ways to assess formatively.  Through engaging tasks that you can use in your classroom, we will look at ways to use students' writings and their representations of the completed math work as formative assessments and to make valuable instructional decisions.

Registration is $100, but may be reduced for teachers in systems purchasing a CRMC Service Package. Before registering for this workshop, please verify payment status with your building principal and/or your district personnel.

We will provide coffee and pastries in the morning; lunch will be on your own.

We regret that we cannot reimburse the cost of your sub for the day.

CLICK HERE to view a flyer for this workshop.

 

Connecting Mathematical Representations Fall Follow-up - October 3, 2017, 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

** PLEASE NOTE THE NEW DATE. **

This workshop is for those high school teachers who attended the summer workshop, and for those participating in the grant project funded through the Teacher Quality Program at the University of Georgia.

Engage in hands-on training with technology and other math resources that you practiced during the week-long summer workshop. Such activities will increase your understanding of the connections among multiple mathematical representations and strenthen your ability to share those connections with your students to help them better understand mathematical representations. Presenters will be Dr. Tim Howard, Mr. Kenneth Jones, and Ms. Nancy Mims.

There is no fee for this workshop. The Math Collaborative will help to reimburse the cost of your sub for the day.

We will provide coffee and pastries in the morning and a networking lunch.

 

Making Meaning of Representations Fall Follow-up - October 3, 2017, 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

** PLEASE NOTE THE NEW DATE. **

This workshop is for those elementary teachers in grades K-3 who attended the summer workshop.

Participants will:

Continue to engage in rich mathematical activities that are designed to increase content knowledge of the K-3 Georgia Standards of Excellence.
Continue to cultivate skills to effectively implement tasks that promote reasoning and problem solving in your students.
Increase your abilities to use and connect mathematical representations and facilitate meaningful mathematical discourse.
There is no fee for this workshop. The Math Collaborative will help to reimburse the cost of your sub for the day.

We will provide coffee and pastries in the morning and a networking lunch.

 

Formative Assessment: It's All About Your Students and You - October 4, 2017, 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

This workshop is open to any mathematics teacher in grades 6-8.

Formative assessments let teachers know how to plan future instruction based on students' current understanding.  Exit tickets are one example, but there are many different ways to assess formatively.  Come experience new formative assessment options -- paper/pencil, electronic, and verbal.  Most importantly, create content to meet the needs of your students.

Registration is $100, but may be reduced for teachers in systems purchasing a CRMC Service Package. Before registering for this workshop, please verify payment status with your building principal and/or your district personnel.

We will provide coffee and pastries in the morning; lunch will be on your own.

We regret that we cannot reimburse the cost of your sub for the day.

CLICK HERE to view a flyer for this workshop.

 

Fall MathFest 2017: Math Mini-Fair - October 5, 2017, 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. (Cunningham Center)

This event is open to anyone interested in mathematics and/or mathematics education.

Enjoy an evening of professional development, camaraderie, and sharing of ideas at this annual fall event.  The evening will include:

  • A mini-fair - we like to call it the Math Walkabout - with engaging activity stations hosted by CRMC Staff and local teacher leaders.
  • An opportunity to "make & take" classroom activities.
  • A delicious catered dinner.
  • A guest speaker, Ms. Donna Ash, who will present "The Power of Equal."

Cost is $15.00.

CLICK HERE to view a flyer for this event.

 

Stop the Drowning: Use Formative Assessment to Buoy Your Instruction - October 11, 2017, 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

This workshop is open to any elementary teacher in grades 3-5.

Formative assessments are valuable tools for making instructional decisions. Come to this math workshop and explore the different types of formative assessments. Exit tickets are one example, but there are many different ways to assess formatively. Through engaging tasks that you can use in your classroom, we will look at ways to use students' writings and their representations of the completed math work as formative assessments and to make valuable instructional decisions.

Registration is $100, but may be reduced for teachers in systems purchasing a CRMC Service Package. Before registering for this workshop, please verify payment status with your building principal and/or your district personnel.

We will provide coffee and pastries in the morning; lunch will be on your own.

We regret that we cannot reimburse the cost of your sub for the day.

CLICK HERE to view a flyer for this workshop.