Programs for Teachers

The School of Mathematics Center for Educational Programs offers a variety of programs in order to support both new and experienced teachers.

Future Teachers

MathCEP works closely with the department's MS in Mathematics with an Emphasis in Mathematics Education degree.  Find more details here.

Current Teachers

Most MathCEP Seminars and workshops are offered at no cost to teachers, and we provide documentation of your activities and clock hours for those who need a record of their professional development.

MathCEP Summer 2018 Teacher Workshop: June 19-21, 2018

Open Educational Resources in Advanced Algebra/Pre-Calculus/Trigonometry Active Learning Classrooms

To Register: fill out this online form.

This workshop is designed to give high teachers and college faculty a forum to share experiences and materials used in active learning environments. This may include, but is not limited to, flipped classrooms. 

The primary goal is to share and develope resources that can be used in our own classrooms. The University of Minnesota, for example, is producing a series of video textbooks which could be used by high schools for Algebra and PreCalculus courses.  Online question banks such as MyMathLab, MathXL, Khan Academy, and WeBWorK provide a useful tool for student self-evaluation. Other in-class materials and activities are vital to student learning. Forming a network to share ideas and resources will improve education for all of us!

Daily Schedule


Coffee and Welcome


Discussions and Presentations




Working Groups


Daily Summary and Recap


Workshop Leader: Prof. Mike Weimerskirch, MathCEP Director of Educational Innovation.

Mike began his teaching career at the high school level from 1986-1995 and has taught trigonometry courses most of the past three decades. He has lead the redesign of the PreCalculus curriculum at the Univ. of Minnesota, including the introduction of open source materials. He is interested in working with high schools, 2- and 4-year colleges in using current technology to improve student performance in math classes.



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