EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES
- Hartnell College Math Preparation Workshop on Tuesday, April 6th, 2021 at 3 PM
- Hartnell College Reading Preparation Workshop on Thursday, April 8th, 2021 at 3 pm
- CSUMB Math Preparation Workshop on Saturday, April 17th, 2021 at 10 AM
- CSUMB Reading/Writing Preparation Workshop on Saturday, April 24th, 2021 at 10 AM
All students can register for any of the workshops. All workshops will be held virtually.
Classroom Management & Student Engagement in the Virtual Classroom
Join us! Join us for classroom management strategies and activities to engage all learning in a virtual classroom.
Dr. Ross, PhD, BCBA, is a Professor at CSUMB. Dr. Ross has a Masters in SPED and a Ph.D. in School Psychology, and is also an award-winning international expert in bullying prevention, and is the author of the Bullying Prevention in Positive Behavior Support curriculum.
Date: Friday, March 19th, 2021 Time: 3:00 PM
Via Zoom: Register Here
BECOME AN EDUCATOR ADVOCATE
- You will be part of a group of CSUMB students and alumni that will support students on the education pathway and promote teaching careers.
- Open to students interested in teaching in Elementary, Middle, or High School and/or Special Education.
- You will have the opportunity to volunteer for the program in multiple capacities; assisting with recruitment, peer consulting and branding the program.
- DEADLINE TO APPLY IS MARCH 12TH, 2021
- IF INTERESTED, READ AND COMPLETE GOOGLE FORM.
TECHNOLOGY SUPPORTHOTSPOT REQUEST FORM
MAESTROs Project Computer Loan Program
The MAESTROs Project Computer Loan Program was established to support students who lack off-campus computing resources due to the shift to online instruction. Not having the right equipment to access your coursework makes learning even more challenging. To help alleviate a few of the challenges, the MAESTROs Project has secured a number of laptops for free loan during the Spring 2021 semester to students who do not have access to key remote learning tools. These laptops meet CSUMB baseline specification requirements of laptops for successful virtual academic learning. Please review the following program details before submitting the application below:
- You must be a current CSUMB undergraduate, credential, or graduate student on the path to becoming a teacher.
- You must be enrolled in the Spring 2021 semester with a minimum of 12 units.
- Laptops will be distributed based on need.
- The loan is free, but you will be required to sign a property loan agreement contract which will make you responsible for any loss or damage to computer equipment.
- Laptops will be available to pick up on campus. If not, we will mail them out to you.
- Laptops will be loaned for Spring 2021 and to be returned at the end of the semester.
K - 12 Service Learning
The MAESTROs Field Placement Coordinator Alma Uribe is collaborating with SLI to support and place students in K-12 schools. As we go remote, we are building connections with local districts to continue providing service to our community. Please view the video below with additional information regarding remote SL placement.
CSET and RICA Support
RICA - Reading Instruction Competence Assessment
CSET - California Subject Examinations for Teachers
Making Accessible and Effective Systems for Teacher Readiness Outcomes
MAESTROs Project Overview
Administered by the U.S. Department of Education, the Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI) Program provides grants to assist HSIs to expand educational opportunities for low income and Hispanic students. CSUMB first became eligible for the HSI designation in Spring 1998, just a few years after the founding of the university.
The collaborative Making Accessible and Effective Systems for Teacher Readiness Outcomes (MAESTROs) project between CSUMB and Hartnell College has been selected to receive five years of funding under the HSI Title V. The MAESTROs project activities are designed to expand and enhance student support structures and improve retention and graduation rates of Hispanic and low-income education pathway students to fulfill the teacher workforce needs.
MAESTROs activities will focus on the following three main components:
- Develop and Enhance Student Support Systems (Student Connections)
- Facilitate Collaborative Articulations That Support Successful Transitions (Pathways)
- Support Program Curriculum and Delivery Improvement (Faculty Connections)
- ¡Excelencia in Education!
- Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities
- Alliance of Hispanic Serving Institution Educators