CESME strives to build learning communities of math and science educators with both university and P-12 collaborators. Within the university, CESME offers a forum for math and science educators to share expertise and work together to implement teaching best-practices. Partnerships of CWU faculty and P-12 professionals allow bi-directional sharing of cutting edge research practices, content knowledge expertise, and access to investigative equipment. Partnerships also provide pre-service teachers with access to real classrooms where they can use best-practice teaching, learning, and assessment strategies and grow as professionals.
Central's six university centers give CESME the opportunity to improve P-20 science and mathematics learning throughout the state. Centers in Des Moines, Lynnwood, Pierce, Yakima, and Wenatchee offer science and mathematics education courses.
Students who are the first in their families to attend college will receive a generous financial boCESME "Science In A Pint" Series Planned At Cornerstone Pie
Cornerstone Pie is kicking off a new science series in April in partnership with Central WashingtonNational Teacher Of The Year Goes "Back To The Beginning"
The National Teacher of the Year takes a visit to his beginnings this morning in Ellensburg. Zillah