The 2018 California Math Council – Central put on a stunning Symposium March 9-12 at the new Tulare County Office of Education in Visalia, California. On Friday, March 9th, Leadership Session Speak Matt Larson spoke on “Overcoming Obstacles to Make Mathematics Work FOR Students”. Saturday, March 11th, the Keynote Speaker was Leslie Hamburger on “Developing Teacher Expertise to Work with English Language Learners”. Breakout Sessions were lead by Anne Schwartz, Jeanie Behrend, McKenzi Hurick, Priscilla Sustaita-Clark, Nacy Nagatani, Mario Valdez, Chris Atkin, Troy Hayes, Ed Campos, Duane Habecker, LaMar Queen, and Hilda Wright. Elementary Schools students were also present to model strategies they have learned in their classrooms. Thanks to all who work so hard for the sake of student learning!
Each February, Fresno County Office of Education provides a time and place for MATHCOUNTS Competition. MATHCOUNTS offers fun and engaging programs that get middle school students excited about math. These programs include the MATHCOUNTS Competition Program, the MATHCOUNTS Club Program, and the MATHCOUNTS Reel Math Challenge. This year 17 schools competed at The Satellite Student Union at Fresno State.
Winning team, Granite Ridge in Clovis!
Thank you, Jon Dueck for all your work in providing this competition.
Watch this and then look at the lesson provided below. I am here on this earth to help YOU find YOUR purpose. Please allow me to do that for you! ~Sandy