K-12 Teacher Programs
The Center for Mathematics and Science Education (CMSE) is dedicated to the improvement of mathematics and science teaching at all levels. Recognizing that the K-12 community and the University can enhance each other’s knowledge in this domain, CMSE provides numerous opportunities for this collaboration to occur.
At the heart of programs for all teachers interested in science teaching is the California Science Project of Inland Northern California (CSP-INC). Similarly, the Chico Mathematics Project (CMP) serves in that capacity for mathematics teachers. Both offer extensive opportunities for teachers during the academic year as well as a variety of summer programs.
CMSE sponsors and coordinates many other programs for teachers, check back often.
Shasta County Mini Maker Faire - November 12, 2016; 10am-4pm
The very FIRST Shasta County Mini-Maker Faire, is being offered in the North State at the Redding Civic Auditorium on Saturday, Nov 12, 10am-4pm.
Please post flyers or share with interested colleagues.
There’s lots of ways to get involved:
- PRESENT - Schools and educators are encouraged to sponsor a booth, presentation, or workshop to share all their mad-Maker skills.
- CHALLENGE - There will be a variety of team challenges for kids Pre-K through 12th grade — sports helmet design for the younger kids and bridge design for the older students.
- SHARE - Young Makers, kids who make amazing things, are encouraged to exhibit their work for a 1-2 hour window at a Young Makers Booth, and then go explore the Faire.
- ATTEND - The day itself will be eye-popping and inspiring for any who attend.
Register soon for a booth, workshop, presentation, or team challenge at http://www.makerfaireshasta.com/educators/ — The deadline of September 17th is quickly approaching.
Please contact Irene Salter at Irene@chrysalischarter.org should you have more questions.