Fall 2019 Workshops

UCLA Workshops

MDTP Online Platform Training Workshop.  Saturday, August 17, 2019, 9:00-Noon, UCLA Math Science Building.  How to navigate the online platform.  How to analyze your results and set instructional goals.  Exploration of math activities that support and improve student thinking and get students communicating mathematically.  $12 parking. Sign up here (Waitlist only)

3 Part Series: Improving Teaching and Learning in the Math Classroom. Saturday, September 14, September 28, And October 12 – typically from 9 to 12, UCLA Math Sciences Building. We will dig into student thinking: strengths, gaps and misconceptions. You will bring in and analyze student work from the classroom, reflect on progress towards your mathematical goals, and plan new activities and routines to be implemented in the classroom for the next workshop.  Each day of the workshop builds on the previous, so it is important to commit to all three days. $12 parking, per day. Sign up here

Student Thinking Tools – The Double Number Line and Algebra Tiles.  Saturday Morning, October 19, 2019, UCLA Math Sciences Building. We will explore these two student thinking tools, their best uses (and abuses).  More info to follow. $12 parking. Sign up here


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MDTP is a statewide collaboration of the CSU and UC systems and the California Academic Partnership Program intended to support and advance secondary math instruction. MDTP develops, distributes, scores, and reports the results of multiple choice tests that measure student readiness for mathematics courses ranging from Math 6 to Calculus. MDTP at UCLA offers full support for MDTP materials and services at no charge to secondary schools in LA and Ventura Counties.

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