MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching www.merlot.org) provides a number of free and open resources and services that can be used to support the MTEP mission. Below is a brief list of existing communities in the CSU that have leveraged MERLOT resources and services to support their projects and programs.
The CSU Math Education Partnership (CSU-MTEP) Community is a community for CSU mathematics and mathematics education faculty and K-12 and community college educators participating in reforms preparing future secondary teachers for the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics (CCSS-M). They are together working to move forward California’s high school and middle school implementation of the CCSS-M, striving to have local implementation reflect the gold standard in preparing new teachers for the math standards that has been established by the Association of Public Land Grant Universities (APLU) in its Mathematics Teacher Education Partnership.
The CSU Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSS-M) Education Community is a community for CSU faculty participating in reforms of mathematics preparation for future elementary teachers. The Community is part of a CSU systemwide project advancing preparation of teacher candidates for the CCSS-M and the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).
The goals of the project are: (a) to develop undergraduate and credential preparation that equips future elementary teachers with content knowledge and confidence to teach mathematics effectively to all students of all background and (b) to conform CSU mathematics course work for future elementary teachers withCalifornia's Common Core State Standards Mathematics
The Mathematics Education Community in the CSU is a community of members-CSU faculty, K-12 Mathematics Teachers throughout California, K-12 Administrators, interested Legislators and of particular importance Preservice through Induction year mathematics teachers including undergraduate and credential students and those in their first three years of teaching mathematics.
Noyce Scholars in the CSU is a online community website where you will find: