Cal State LA Implementing Fast-Track Math Teacher Preparation Program

  The state of California has awarded California State University, Los Angeles a nearly $250,000 grant to create a fast track for students studying to become math teachers. The grant from the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) will be … Continue reading Cal State LA Implementing Fast-Track Math Teacher Preparation Program

California State University, Fresno Collaborates with Fresno Unified School District to Support Successful Transitions to College Mathematics

California State University, Fresno, was one of 12 members of the Collation of Urban Serving Universities to receive a Collaborative Opportunity Grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. CSU Fresno’s “Transition to Success: Mathematics” project, funded by this grant, … Continue reading California State University, Fresno Collaborates with Fresno Unified School District to Support Successful Transitions to College Mathematics

Work Smarter, Not Harder: Three Suggestions for Promoting Technology Usage on Campus

Ever since the invention of the printing press in the 15th century, technology has been used to disrupt, advance, and transform the education sector. In recent years, an entire industry has developed around ed tech, with dozens of conferences and … Continue reading Work Smarter, Not Harder: Three Suggestions for Promoting Technology Usage on Campus

Florida International University’s High Tech Fix for Gateway Courses

Florida international University (FIU) knew it had a teaching problem.  It even had a solution.  Bringing the two together was the dilemma.  That’s where UT3, University Transformation through Teaching, came into play. Supported by FIU’s Transformational Planning Grant (TPG) project, … Continue reading Florida International University’s High Tech Fix for Gateway Courses