Creating Mathematically Connected Communities
 
Our vision is to improve student achievement and the teaching and learning of K-12 mathematics by building a statewide learning community of mathematics educators, mathematicians, and public school leaders.

Mathematically Connected Communities (MC² ) is:

  • A partnership of educators including university mathematicians, district administrators and mathematics school teachers across the state of New Mexico
  • State and federally funded by New Mexico Public Education Department (PED) and Math-Science Partnership (MSP)

Mission: Develop a sustainable, statewide learning community of teachers, teacher leaders, and principals who are highly knowledgeable about the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSS-M) and effective instructional strategies that support all students' learning and achievement in mathematics.

Work Plan

  • Deepen teacher pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) for classroom teaching of the CCSS-M to reach all students including Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CLD), English Learners (EL), Students with Disabilities (SWD), and Gifted and Talented (GT)
  • Develop teacher leaders to build capacity in schools to provide and access high quality professional learning in mathematics.
  • Deepen school leadership capacity among principals, teacher leaders, and instructional coaches.

Brochure: Click here for a brochure to learn more about the The MC² Way™.

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Upcoming MC2 Events

  • MC² eNewsletters - Anyone not currently on the MC² listserv may subscribe by emailing their name, district, school, city/state and grade level to mc2@nmsu.edu and requesting to be included.

  • Partner District Leadership Meetings - Leadership teams comprised of central office/campus level administrators and lead teachers attend meetings facilitated by MC² staff a minimum of three times per year to develop and monitor their district plan for improving mathematics learning. Please contact your MC² Field Specialist for your district's schedule.
  • Regional Math Content Workshops - Two rounds are planned for 2015/2016 in the form of grade level sessions (K-1, 2-3, 4-5, 6-7, 8-Alg I) for partner districts.
     

 

 

  For more information please contact
   the MC² office or your MC² Facilitator
:

MC
² Office:
Office Phone: 575.646.3084
Fax: 575
.646.3020
Email: mc2@nmsu.edu


Mailing Address:
Box 30001 MSC 3R
Las Cruces, NM 88003

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