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.

Current Opportunities

Science & Math Programs SUMMER 2017

Chico Mathematics Project

Empowering Teachers with the Common Core Workshops Summer 2017

Co-sponosored by Chico Unified School District- $250 stipend available to a limited number of CUSD teachers.

Dates for Summer 2017: June 19-23

Three different grade-band workshops:

1)  K-2 Geometry, Measurement, and Data Analysis

2)  3-5 Geometry, Measurement, and Data Analysis

3)  6-12 Statistics for the Integrated Curriculum

Information and registration forms

Flyer Announcement

Still accepting applications.

CA Science Project - Northern Inland

17th Annual Science Teaching Symposium

Date: April 1, 2017

Informational Flyer and Application

NGSS Leadership Institute

Dates for Summer 2017:  June 26-29, 2017

2017-18 Academic Year: Support as needed + 1 Follow up To Be Determined

Informational Flyer and Applications 

Sacramento River Floodplain and Watershed Ecology

July 24-26  +  Follow up To Be Determined

Informational Flyer and Applications 

NGSS in the Classroom

August 1-3, 2017

Informational Flyer and Applications