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Thank you for attending the California Mathematics Council - South 60th Annual Conference in Fabulous Palm Springs!!
Please enjoy using this app to search for sessions and find speakers.
You can choose sessions here on the app to create your schedule, but seats are not guaranteed. All sessions are first come first seated. Also, all attendees must sit in chairs.
Thank you, and enjoy the conference!
CMC-S Volunteer Conference Committee
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Curtis Taylor

High Tech High Graduate School of Ed
Improvement Coach
San Diego, California
Curtis Taylor is currently serving as an Improvement Coach at High Tech High’s Center for Research on Equity & Innovation in San Diego, California, with 10+ years of teaching experience. Taylor's passion is for every student to see themselves as a brilliant mathematician. He is part of a Mathematical Agency Improvement Community that is working toward abolishing the phrase "I am not a math person". Because of his passion, Taylor has made equity in math his priority. He has served as the co-project director for the Lesson Study Fellowship at all High Tech High Schools, a collaborative effort to promote more equitable practices in math classrooms. Also, Taylor is a faculty member of High Tech High’s Graduate School of Education, where he directs and co-teaches the M.Ed in Teaching & Learning program of the San Diego Teacher Residency. Taylor holds a B.A in elementary education from Clemson University, a M.Ed. from the University of San Diego, and his Ed.D in Educational Leadership from the University of California San Diego.  His dissertation focused on the impact of lesson studies on math teachers’ understanding and self-efficacy in culturally relevant pedagogy.