CFEP California Subject Matter Projects provide teacher professional learning in math, history-social science, literacy and English language development. At the core of our programs are effective research-based teaching strategies that focus on deepening teacher and student content knowledge integrating methods aligned to the California Standards and Frameworks. To meet teacher needs, each California Subject Matter Project offers a variety of programs at the school and district sites as well as the university to increase the achievement and preparedness of all students for college, career, and citizenship.
UCI History Project
The UCI History Project is an organization of teachers, historians, and affiliated scholars that promotes history and social science education through advocacy, professional development programs and leadership opportunities. We employ a research-based approach that focuses on the disciplinary skills of history and social science, content aligned with standards, and academic literacy. Our goal is to increase the achievement of all students and develop an engaged and informed citizenry.
Nicole F. Gilbertson
California Reading and Literature Project (CRLP)
The mission of the California Reading and Literature Project (CRLP) is to provide high quality professional learning for teachers and administrators in literacy and language instruction to help ensure that every California student, PreK-12, achieves the highest standards of academic performance.
CRLP offers research-based programs aligned with the California ELA/ELD Framework and California’s State Standards, including the California English Language Development Standards. CRLP’s professional learning programs are informed by the statewide network of teacher leaders and the literacy needs of California’s diverse student population.
CRLP Collaborates with partnership districts to support and sustain continuous improvement, including the implementation of State Board adopted instructional frameworks and materials.
Irvine Math Project (IMP)
The Irvine Math Project (IMP) partners with a broad range of schools schools and districts across Orange, Los Angeles and San Diego counties to provide content-based professional development. IMP designs hands-on conceptual lessons, unit outlines and course outlines aligned to Common Core math standards, K-12.
The team of classrooms practitioners, math content experts, and math education researchers works with each district’s unique needs to provide support ranging from classroom demonstration lessons to administrator PD, all with the goal of supporting teachers to engage students to be successful in meaningful mathematics.