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Are you interested in Continuing Education Credit? You may earn one continuing education unit (not academic credit) through Western Oregon University for attending the conference. For more information go to the CPM Continuing Education Credit Information webpage or pick up the credit application in Sequoia A.

In order to be eligible for this credit you must:

  • Confirm attendance through Kickup for both Saturday and Sunday.

  • Attend a session during each of the time periods, including the Keynote (Saturday morning) and the Ignite Session (Sunday afternoon).

  • Submit Session Feedback Forms for all of the sessions that you attend.

  • Submit a Conference Feedback Form at the end of the Ignite session.

  • Submit the Reflection and action plan submission form.

Confirm Conference Attendance: 

  1. Go to the Kickup website.

  2. Log in with the email you used to register for the conference.

  3. Click "Confirm Attendance at Event."

  4. Enter the Attendance Code, and click "Submit." 

WiFi network name: CPMConference, password: MoreMath2020 

avatar for Dr. Kristopher Childs

Dr. Kristopher Childs

K Childs Solutions
Senior Associate
Dr. Childs is currently a Senior Associate (Mathematics) with K Childs Solutions. Previously he was an Assistant Professor of STEM Education within the Department of Curriculum and Instruction STEM Program at Texas Tech University. The STEM Education Program focused on developing pragmatic STEM education researchers and global STEM educators.  He is the former project director for The Cognitively Guided Instruction Project at the University of Central Florida. He was responsible for the overall effective implementation of all components of data collection for the project. Prior to joining The CGI Project, Dr. Childs was the Lead Mathematics Instructor at Bethune-Cookman University and a public-school mathematics teacher in urban school settings at the secondary level. Dr. Childs has been recognized by faculty, staff, and students as a visionary and collaborative leader. He has a student-centered focus and believes in a teamwork approach to achieving common goals and improving student academic success.
His areas of research include classroom discourse focusing on teacher’s selection and implementation of high cognitive demands, assessment systems, and teaching mathematics for social justice. Through his research, he seeks to enhance pre-service and in-service teacher mathematics education courses, describe the status of current curriculum and instruction, design professional development workshops, and determine classroom and school characteristics associated with student achievement. His lifelong goal is to improve student’s classroom mathematics experiences.
Dr. Childs makes it a priority to serve state and national organizations in mathematics education. He is an active member of the Association of Mathematics Teachers Educators, the Florida Council of Teachers of Mathematics, the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics, and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.