Summer Institutes

2017 Summer Institutes for Math Teachers!

Engage in new classroom-ready inquiry based lessons, and learn more about the mathematics you teach!

Elementary School June 19 - 22, 2017


Julie McGough
Elementary Mathematics Specialist

Michael Nakamaye
University Mathematics Specialist

Middle School June 13 - 16, 2017


Michael Nakamaye
University Mathematics Specialist

Caline Khavarani Smith
Secondary Mathematics Specialist

High School June 19 - 22, 2017


Heather Dallas
University Mathematics Specialist

Michelle Sidwell
Secondary Mathematics Specialist
 

The registration fee is $500 per person. There will be NO REFUNDS, but substitutions will be allowed.

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*Eligible for 2 continuing education units through UCLA Extension for $150


What people are saying

"Awesome instructors. Very clear and direct."

”It was well worth it. It was very hands on and extremely informative for the new Common Core Standards.”

"In a word - amazing. The presenters were just spectacular teachers and I was so impressed. I came home and told my husband that when I grow up I want to work for the Curtis Center for Mathematics at UCLA. We feel that every penny that was spent by our district was worth it. Thank you thank you thank you.”

"I learned so much and am feeling confident and prepared for the changes Common Core brings. Thank You!"

"Through this workshop I have gained a wealth of knowledge of Common Core. I now understand the basis of the change which helps me as I implement Common Core in my teaching. Every presenter provided so much information and encouragement that I am anxious to share everything I learned with both my colleagues and students."

“First off, I just want to thank you for the workshop- it was informative and relevant. I've already incorporated a lesson idea in my class. I brought out my pattern blocks and used them to teach fractions! Oh fractions! I really enjoyed returning to UCLA as a professional. I feel much more comfortable about Common Core and math.”

"The presenters did a good job informing teachers of what the Common Core is and the challenges teachers will be faced with, as well as suggestions on how to meet those challenges. The hands-on activities were well done and engaging."