Leadership Cadre Workshop

UCSB Mathematics Project


If you have any questions, please contact Christopher Ograin, UCSB Mathematics Project Director, at ograin@ucsb.edu or (805) 893-5912.

This workshop is intended for those who want to take a leadership role in improving mathematics education at their school site, district or community.

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Summer Dates: June 17-18, 2024

Follow-Up Date: October 15, 2024

Time: 8:30am-3:30pm Each Day

Location: Montecito Union School

Registration Fee: $300

Participants in this workshop will
  • Explore the California Mathematics Framework and utilize teachers strategies that are aligned with it.
  • Analyze student engagement through Universal Design for Learning (UDL).
  • Visit classrooms (in follow-up meetings) to observe routines and problem solving activities in practice with students.
  • Learn strategies to serve the needs of all learners, especially those who are historically underrepresented and underserved as mathematics scholars.
  • Engage in conversations about current topics in mathematics education.
  • Be a part of a community of dynamic mathematics teachers and leaders.
Participant Responsibilities
  • Full participation in the workshop (two days in June 2024 plus one follow-up day in the Academic Year 2024-25)
  • A commitment to incorporate what is learned into everyday classroom practices
School or District Commitment
  • Registration fee of $300 and 1 day of release time in the Academic Year 2024-25
  • A commitment to support the teacher in using these teaching practices in the classroom
Leadership Team
  • Jeff Linder, Mathematics Specialist, Montecito Union School
  • Fawn Nguyen, Math Teaching & Learning Specialist, Amplify Education
  • Rachel Lambert, Associate Professor, UCSB Department of Education

This workshop is funded by the California Subject Matter Projects.

For an additional fee you may also earn 2 quarter units of course credit through UCSB Professional and Continuing Education.

Space is limited.