Workshops

CPM Educational Program believes in partnering with teachers and site administration to improve instruction through specialized workshops and coaching. Various workshop topics are available to select from or workshops may be designed to meet the needs of your teachers and staff.  Contact your local Regional Coordinator for more information. Complimentary implementation workshops are available locally.


IMPLEMENTATION WORKSHOP SERIES: Regional locations

Sign up for your free teacher implementation workshop series. CPM materials require significant change in instructional practices from the traditional classroom. Because of this, CPM expects that teachers using the materials for the first time will attend three to four days of introductory workshops during the summer and three to five all-day meetings during the school year.

CPM underwrites the cost of providing this Professional Development. Workshops are held in more than 20 different states throughout the U.S. See cancellation policy below.

Implementation Workshop series: residential

CPM’s extensive professional development workshops are essential to teaching the CPM program with fidelity and to maximize student success. Sometimes it is not feasible for isolated teachers to experience the benefits of the traditional workshop model, or a district cannot provide the necessary release time or substitutes for the school year workshops. For these limited cases, we have created a Residential Implementation Workshop model.

During this week-long intensive professional development workshop teachers will gain confidence and the tools they need to effectively teach CPM's curriculum. This year's Residential Implementation Workshop will be held at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City July 23-27, 2018, check-in July 22. The cost is $250 per teacher which includes dorm room and meals.  Attendees of the residential workshop will also attend three one-hour follow-up webinars. For more information, view the Residential Implementation Workshop flyer. See cancellation policy below.

Beyond first year implementation

CPM supports teachers and schools beyond the first year of implementation. Phase Two includes a 3 day workshop focused on instructional strategies and up to 2 more days of site visits.  Phase Three includes a 3 day workshop focused on further assessment strategies. Opportunities to apply for contracted coaching or partial grants for coaching are also available after the first year of implementation. Contracted professional development is also available.  Please contact your Regional Coordinator or Sharon Rendon, Director of Professional Learning for more information.



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