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Mathematics

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Education

 

Our local partner CCs

Pasadena City College

East Los Angeles College

Los Angeles Community College

Glendale Community College

Rio Hondo College

Chaffey College

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Articulation information for Transfer  students

Academic Plan for Transfer Students

 

Fractals in nature                                                                                            

 Welcome to MSTI,  Math & Science Teacher Initiative website! This project is funded by the CSU Chancellor's office to address the serious shortage of math and science teachers. We strive to increase the number of competent credentialed math & science teachers graduating from CSU Los Angeles.                                                                              

Our goal is to build a clear pathway to expedite the degree/credential procedure and provide along the way intellectual, financial and social support for students aspiring to be math and science teachers.

In addition, we are working to build bridges with local high-schools and community colleges to encourage students to become high-school math or science teacher.

As a long-term goal, we also intend to propose curriculum developments to custom-fit the needs of high school math and science teachers.

Are you interested?

We are looking for dedicated students wanting to become math or science high-school/middle school teachers. We have 1) numerous  scholarships and forgivable loans for you, 2)

 faculty members from math, science and education willing to help and support you, and 3) customized curricula that will take you from start to finish in the shortest amount of time.

What's New

MSTI social Thursday May 20, 2010   2:30-4:00pm in ST F 213

MSTI community college conference, April 30, 2010

CSULA receives NSF Math Noyce Grant

MOEBIUS- $899,966 to recruit, train and support future high school math teachers                   

Download application Package here

Blended Math program is approved:  

Implementation Fall 2009

Credential Information Binder  

One-stop shop for all pertinent information including advisement sheets per college

CSET Prep courses                     

Suggested list of courses to prepare for CSET content; pertinent for graduates in other majors and returning professionals

Scholarships

MSTI

MOEBIUS

TRP

Noyce

APLE

Dept of Ed

NSF

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key Milestones

First MSTI organized Articulation Workshop was offered in March 2008.

The MSTI-organized Community College Conference, a great success, and the first of its kind, took place on May 9th 9:00-12:00pm at CSULA and every year following that.

Built website in 2006 to promote public knowledge of MSTI project and streamline potential teacher candidates' experiences.

Organized the first Math & Science Teachers' Advising Social in Fall 2006, and every quarter since then.

Disseminated knowledge of MSTI project amongst incoming freshmen, transfer students and existing undergraduates.

Identified and awarded scholarships to math & science teacher candidates.

Work in Progress

Blended Math and Science Program for Middle School Teachers

Streamline Recruitment Strategy

Build Bridges with Local High-schools

Create Further (New) Curriculum

 

 

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