• Mathematics

    Check out Distance Learning Resources Links Below! 

    At a Glance

    Our Mathematics program provides strategic advising and professional learning experiences to educators in order to ensure that every single student, regardless of background or previous educational experience, attains high levels of mathematics achievement and is prepared for college, career, and community. Support services are provided at site-, district- and countywide levels and include workshops, brokering of resources, and providing resources and information to teachers and administrators. 

    What We Offer

    Math CoP 20-21


    • ACOE Mathematics Community of Practice dates:
      • August 19, 2020
      • September 16, 2020
      • October 21, 2020
      • November 4, 2020*
      • December 16, 2020
      • January 20, 2021
      • February 17, 2021
      • March 3, 2021*
      • April 21, 2021
      • May 9, 2021
      • June 2, 2021*
        * denotes All Content, Integrated CoP Session


    • District/Administrators: Systematic applications of Mathematics CCSS, research focused to support specific subgroups in mathematics, standard sets for strong Math teaching, processional learning opportunities, and potential funding opportunities.  
    • For the Mathematics Teachers: A collection of resources that include CCSS resources, best Math pedagogical practices, quality instructional strategies, and practical classroom ideas. 

            ** New: Distance Learning Resources for Teachers for grades TK - 2, grades 3 - 5, grades 6-8, grades 9 - 12!**

    • Families: Access to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) revised for families, CCSS Math Pratcices translated in other languages, readings to support families in supporting Mathematical Learning for their children in the home, and links to organizations that help families and education.

            ** New: Distance Learning Resources for Families for students in TK-2, grades 3-5, grades 6-8, and grades 9-12!**

  • Contact
    Michelle Lau

    Michelle Lau
    Program Manager, Mathematics
    (510) 670-4118