Stockton Coastal Collaborative

The Stockton Coastal Collaborative is designed to improve K-12 teachers' content knowledge and pedagogical practices in mathematics, to develop intra-district and inter-district professional learning communities, to assist teachers as they prepare every student with the 21st century readiness skills, and support partner districts as they implement the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in Mathematics.


Through a project team that includes Stockton College Mathematics and Education Faculty, staff of the Southern Regional Institute and ETTC, and educators from partner districts in Cape May and Cumberland Counties, a 3-year program of professional development will guide participating teachers through an exploration of topics that will increase their individual and collective abilities to improve student achievement.  Through summer institutes, onsite observation and coaching during the school year, professional development activities, and participation in an online professional learning community, K-12 educators will be guided through implementation of the Common Core in Mathematics.

Stockton Coastal Consortium
Math and Science Partnership Grant - Year 2/3
July 1, 2014-June 30, 2015

2015 End-of-year Survey for Middle and High School Teachers

2015 End-of-year Survey for Elementary Teachers Enrolled in Graduate Course(s)


Using the natural environs of the coastal region as a backdrop, the South Jersey Coastal Consortium will guide participating teachers through a 3-year exploration of mathematics and science topics that will enrich their knowledge and understanding of the content and enhance their teaching skills, ultimately leading to improved student achievement.

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