Sonoma County Office of Education

A Deep Dive into the CA Math Framework -

4 Session Series

In these four sessions, principals and teacher leaders will understand the purpose, goal, complexity and key components of the framework. These experiential sessions will model shifts in instructional practice supported by the framework including teaching, learning and assessment. Participants will construct talking points to share with educational partners, including parents and community members to address concerns such as course pathways and rigor. These sessions will be supported by math leaders from California, including writers of the framework.

Each of the four sessions will touch on a different aspect of the framework and is intended to run as a series.

All sessions run from 4pm to 6pm and are held at SCOE. 

Session 1 (September 18, 2023): Unlocking the Gate Together: Understanding the Framework as a Roadmap to Access 

Session 1 Encore (October 30, 2023) This is a repeat of session #1 for those who missed the Sept. 18 offering

Session 2 (November 29, 2023): Teaching to a Big Idea: The Key to Student Engagement

Session 3 (January 29, 2024): Assessment and Pathways: What Do We Value?

Session 4 (April 2, 2024): Data Literacy: The Road to 21st Century College and Career Readiness

When 4 sessions, see dates above
4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location Sonoma County Office of Education, Redwood Rooms A-C
5340 Skylane Boulevard, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Emily Akinshin - Project Coordinator, Math
Rick Barlow - Project Coordinator, Math

Cost Free
Audience Admin and Teachers K-12
Registration closes 12/02/2023
Registration Danielle Brusnahan, (707) 524-2823,
Questions Emily Akinshin, (707) 524-2600 ext. 2036,

Online Registration is not available.