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Course Content Information
- Math 1040 syllabus
- Math 1081 syllabus
- Math 1083 syllabus
- Math 1085 pacing guide
- Math 1110 syllabus
- Math 2040 pacing guide
- Math 2050 pacing guide
- Calculus sequence (Math 2110, 2120, 2130) course content
- Math 2150 pacing guide
- Math 2450 syllabus
- Math 2550 syllabus
- Math 3200 syllabus
- Math 3450 syllabus
- Math 1000
- Math 1040
- Math 1081
- Math 1082
- Math 1083
- Math 1085
- Math 1086
- Math 1090, 1091, 1092 - available on Canvas
- Math 1091
- Math 1092
- Math 1100
- Math 1101
- Math 1150
- Math 2250
- Math 2040
- Math 2041
- Math 2050
- Math 2051
- Math 2110
- Math 2111
- Math 2120
- Math 2121
- Math 2130
- Math 2131
- Math 2150
- Math 2450
- Math 2550
- Math 3450
Profesional Development Support
The Department of Mathematics has funding for instructors to support travel to conferences, workshops, and trainings. Attending conferences and workshops is a great way to learn about new and effective teaching methods. The department strongly encourages you to attend a math conference/workshop, and to have us pay for some or all of the costs.
- Preference will be given to those currently teaching for the department, or those who are likely to do so in the future.
- Preference will be given to those presenting (e.g., talk, poster) at a conference.
- We prefer to support several people traveling to nearby conferences, rather than one person traveling to a distant conference.
How to Apply for Funding
To request funding to cover the cost of attending a conference, send an email to the department chair with the following information:
- Your name
- The conference/ workshop/ training you would like to attend
- The amount of funding you are requesting
- List of other sources of funding you have applied for
- A detailed itemization of costs. This should include:
- Registration for the conference
- Travel to and from the conference (For driving, use a reimbursement rate of 58cents per mile)
- Lodging (if it’s far away)
- Printing a poster for a poster presentation
We understand that some of these costs may be estimates. You should make sure that your estimates are large enough to cover whatever the final costs wind up being. We will not be able to increase the level of department support after your trip. Funds are limited.
Please note that the State of California will not pay for travel to the following states: Alabama, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas. Current information is at the State Attorney General's website.
Aim to apply one month before the date of travel to the conference.
Reminder: Cal State LA’s Center for Effective Teaching and Learning offers an enormous variety of workshops for free---no need for department money.
Links for Conferences and Workshops
Every year the Cal State system hosts the "Annual CSU Teaching and Learning Symposium," often in March or April. Search the web for "Annual CSU Teaching and Learning Symposium" a few months in advance to find out the dates and location for the next one.
CMC^3 South is "a non-profit organization dedicated to the professional growth of community college mathematics educators in Southern California." They host usually host two conferences per year, focused on pedagogy. Their conference page shows their organization's upcoming events.
Below are links for other professional development opportunities that may be of interest to mathematics instructors: