California Mathematics Council, Central Section
Presenters: Lori M. Hamada and Michelle Standlee
CSU Bakersfield, Bakersfield, CA
March 11-12, 2016
Leadership Session: Maintaining the Momentum for Full Implementation of Common Core - An Administrators' Perspective
CCSS has been out since 2010, but the high stakes assessment is still in flux. Curriculum is still in question in many districts.
As supervisors, our teachers and our colleagues look to us for direction in this new era. What are the policies and structures that we can put in place to support the work of the classroom teacher? Although there is no silver bullet, together, we can find solutions to the most challenging issues.
Come join the discussion on how, as leaders, we can continue to move a staff forward in these times of change.
Tips and strategies will be shared by two site administrators.
AIMS Center Presenter
Lori Hamada has served as the Executive Director of the AIMS Center for Math and Science Education since its inception. After teaching math for 14 years in middle and high school, Lori spent 12 years as the Mathematics Coordinator for the Fresno County Office of Education (FCOE). She was named a finalist for Administrator of the Year in Fresno County in 2007 after designing and serving nine years as the Executive Producer of Math on Call – FCOE’s mathematics homework hotline for students that incorporated a live daily television broadcast with a call center staffed with credentialed mathematics teachers. Lori worked two years as CEO of the non-profit CPM Educational Program. Before coming to The AIMS Center, Lori also served as a principal in the Central Unified School District. She is a former Director of the San Joaquin Valley Mathematics Project and the current President of the Central Section of the California Math Council. Lori holds a Masters Degree in Education from Fresno Pacific College, with a dual focus in Curriculum & Instruction and in Math Education. She has been a professional development consultant for over 20 years, 12 as a national consultant for the College Board.