CMC - South 2015 has ended
Welcome to California Mathematics Council - South’s 2015 Annual Conference Program!
This year’s conference is in Fabulous Palm Springs, Friday, November 6 and Saturday, November 7!
Please use this interface to navigate session.  You can search by speaker, grade span, strand, and strategies.  
You can also create an account, upload your contact information and see speaker handouts.
Please note, adding a session to your schedule on this website does not guarantee a seat in the session.  All sessions are first-come, first-seated and all rooms are cleared between sessions.
Please watch this video tutorial on how to fill out conference evaluations.
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Thank you for attending!
CMC-S Annual Conference Program Committee 

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Howard Alcosser

Walnut Valley USD
Mathematics Teacher
Diamond Bar, CA
Howard Alcosser has taught all levels of high school mathematics for 37 years. He has taught AP Calculus AB and BC and IB Higher Level Math at Diamond Bar High School in Diamond Bar, California for 32 years where he has been the architect of the AP Calculus program that was designated "Best in the World" in 2005 and "Best in the Nation" in 2007 by the College Board in their Report to the Nation and California's Best by the Siemens Foundation in 2008. Howard was named by the College Board in 2006 as one of 20 Exemplary AP Teachers in the Western Region. Howard has been an AP Calculus Reader for the past 14 years and has led workshops as a College Board Endorsed Consultant in Hawaii, Palo Alto, Las Vegas, Tacoma, Long Beach, Salt Lake City, San Diego, Los Angeles, Denver, Chicago, Atlanta, Sacramento, Minneapolis, Hollywood, Riverside, Spokane, Birmingham, and San Antonio. He has also presented at AP Annual Conferences in Washington D.C., Las Vegas, and San Antonio, and for the California Mathematics Council in Palm Springs, as well as the NCTM Conference in Hartford, Connecticut. Howard also has a website that includes AP Calculus free response solutions and helps teachers and students with mathematics questions called "Ask Mister Calculus": askmrcalculus.com