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Matthew G. Jones

Title: Assistant Professor, Mathematics

Department: Mathematics

Office: NSM A-120
Phone Extension: x2410
Email Username: mjones

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Grants and Funded Projects -- Leading Roles

  • Primary Investigator, Lead Facilitator: PRoMiSE (Providing a Rigorous Mathematical Sciences Education) California Math-Science Partnership, June, 2006-September, 2008, California Dept. of Education (CDE), $815,801—Continuing funding of the partnership with Whittier City School District to provide additional professional development (a total of at least 160 hours will be offered) and improve district student achievement.
  • Strategies for Student Success Workshop, sponsored by QED (Quality Educator Development), Spring 2007-Fall 2008, US D.O.E. Co-designed and co-administered a 15-hour workshop for CSUDH and local community college adjunct faculty to improve their pedagogy through increased engagement and focus on conceptual understanding. Analyzed data collected through the workshop for publication and dissemination. Planning for follow-up work is underway.
  • CTL Travel Award, $500, Fall 2006. This grant was awarded to support travel to Merida, Mexico, to present at the Twenty-Eighth Annual Conference of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME-NA) Annual Meeting .
  • Primary Investigator, Lead Facilitator: PRoMiSE (Providing a Rigorous Mathematical Sciences Education) California Math-Science Partnership, January, 2005-September, 2006, Ca Dept. of Education, $916,000—Project partnership with Whittier City School District to provide extensive professional development (a total of at least 368 hours will be offered) and improve district student achievement.
  • Project Director, Lead Instructor: CSUDH English Language Development Institute-Mathematics Content (ELDI-MC), 2004-2005, $70,000: Project provided professional development for 27 teachers in local districts through a two-week intensive summer institute and 5 Saturday follow-ups during the academic year.
  • CTL Travel Award, $500, Fall, 2004. This grant was awarded to support travel to New Orleans to present at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Southern Regional Meeting.

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