Learning Events for Leaders

PROFESSIONAL LEARNING FOR LEADERS WHO SUPPORT MATH TEACHERS and CPM MATH TEACHERS

CPM provides specialized professional learning event for coaches, curriculum specialists, administrators, math department chairs, other teacher support personnel, and experienced CPM teachers. All leaders who are working with teachers using CPM student-centered math programs at the secondary level are welcome. Teachers implementing the CPM curriculum for the first time could search for local workshops first.


Workshop for District/Site Support Personnel

Support teachers, curriculum specialists, and site administrators in CPM schools.

District/Site Level Leaders Workshop:
July 22 - 24, 2018, University of Utah

  • July 22: Meet and Greet Social and Dinner
  • July 23: Workshops and Study Teams: 8am - 5pm plus evening sessions
  • July 24: Workshops: 8am - 2pm

This course is designed for site administrators and site support personnel such as curriculum specialists, coaches, counselors, and support teachers. Participants will be immersed in a CPM classroom setting to experience the curriculum from the perspective of both learner and instructor.  Teams will discuss the professional learning progression and how the school personnel can best support teachers, students and the community during the implementation phase and beyond. Additional discussion will center on working with all stakeholders (administrators, counselors parents, students, and community). Workshop attendees that also serve in the role of a coach, might also consider staying to attend the coaching workshop that follows to enhance their coaching skills.

Fee:  $100 Includes workshop registration and materials, dormitory lodging, and meals (Sunday night through lunch Tuesday).Transportation not included. If Tuesday night stay is required to accommodate transportation constraints, please indicate when completing registration.


Coaching Workshop

District coaches who support CPM teachers.

Coaching Workshop:
July 24 - 26, 2018, University of Utah

  • July 24: Meet and Greet Social and Dinner
  • July 25: Workshops and Study Teams: 8am - 5pm plus evening sessions
  • July 26: Workshops: 8am - 2pm

This course is designed for site based coaches in CPM schools. Participants will be immersed in a CPM classroom setting to experience the curriculum from the perspective of both CPM learner and CPM instructor as we explore how to best support teachers to maximize student learning. Topics will include how to look at student and teacher roles in a CPM classroom, how to support collaborative teams of teachers, and how to increase your effectiveness as a coach. 

Coaches might also consider attending the District & Site Support Workshop that precedes this course to strengthen their role in mathematics leadership.

Fee:  $100 Includes workshop registration and materials, dormitory lodging, and meals (Tuesday night through lunch Tuesday).Transportation not included. If Thursday night stay is required to accommodate transportation constraints, please indicate when completing registration.


Phase Two Workshop

Experienced CPM Teachers

Phase 2 Workshop:
July 23 - 26, 2018, University of Utah

  • July 23: Meet and Greet Social and Dinner
  • July 24: Workshops and Study Teams: 8am - 5pm plus evening sessions
  • July 25: Workshops: 8am - 2pm

This course is designed for teachers beyond their first year of implementing the CPM curriculum. Course will focus on the best practices for teaching. Now that you are familiar with the course content, how can you improve your practice to facilitate a more effective learning environment?

Prerequisite: Completion of CPM Implementation Workshop Series. Participants must provide their own laptop, possess a Teacher Edition eBook login credential for their course. Optional: a copy of NCTM’s Principles to Action.

Fee:  $150 Includes workshop registration and materials, dormitory lodging, and meals (Sunday night through lunch Wednesday). Transportation not included. If Wednesday night stay is required to accommodate transportation constraints, please indicate when completing registration.


Course Specific Implementation Workshops: Middle School, High School, Precalculus, Statistics, and Calculus

Statistics, Precalculus, Calculus Implementation Workshops; CPM Middle School Curriculum (Core Connections, Courses 1-3), CPM High School Curriculum Implementation Workshop (Core Connections Algebra, Core Connections Geometry, Core Connections Algebra 2, Core Connections Integrated 1-III)

Course Implementation Workshops:
July 22 - 27, 2018, University of Utah

  • July 22: Meet and Greet Social and Dinner
  • July 23 - 26: Workshops and Study Teams: 8am - 5pm plus evening sessions
  • July 27: Workshops: 8am - 2pm
  • Three one-hour follow-up webinars. TBD

These courses are designed for teachers in their first year of implementing the CPM curriculum. Participants will be immersed in a CPM classroom setting to experience the curriculum from the perspective of both learner and instructor. Course will include course overview, course mathematics, preparing to teach the course, lesson planning and teaching strategies for the student-centered classroom, introduction to the assessment site and other ancillary features, and vertical alignment to other courses in the series.

Participants must provide their own laptop and possess a Teacher Edition eBook login credential for their course.

Fee:  $250 Includes workshop registration and materials, dormitory lodging, and meals (Sunday night through lunch Friday). Transportation not included. If Friday night stay is required to accommodate transportation constraints, please indicate when completing registration. Also, specify course at registration.


Creating Collaborative Classrooms Workshop

Join CPM for this free professional learning opportunity facilitated by a highly qualified CPM Teacher Leader. This seminar is appropriate for grades 6 - 12 teachers.

For more information contact Lisa Jasumback.

Teachers report challenges in implementing the strategies that make students college and career ready in the 21st century.

  • How do you keep students engaged on interesting math problems?
  • How do you make sure students are discussing rich, mathematical concepts and ideas?
  • How do you shift the teaching focus from covering topics to deepening students’ understanding of the mathematics in each course?

In this workshop, teachers will experience the excitement of engaging mathematical lessons while discussing the mathematics with colleagues. Participants will learn how to adjust lessons to promote mathematical discourse while also experiencing strategies they can use to facilitate discussions as students grapple with engaging problems.


Customized Learning Events

Contact our Director of Professional Learning or contact your local Regional Coordinator to customize a professional learning event for your needs.


CANCELLATION POLICY: CPM reserves the right to cancel, postpone, or reschedule events. In the unlikely event of a cancellation, postponement or date change, all attendees will be notified as early as possible and CPM will refund all registration fees paid. CPM will not be responsible for any non-CPM charges incurred by the registrant due to the cancellation of the event. Attendees agree to these terms and conditions by registering for this event. If you have any questions about this policy, please contact cpm@cpm.org