A2 - GSDMC Outstanding Mathematics Educator Award (OMEA): Administrator/Supervisor's Recommendation for a Candidate - Part 2 of 2 - Category A - Classroom Teacher
GSDMC Outstanding Mathematics Educator Award:
Administrator/Supervisor's Recommendation for Category A - Part 2 of 2 - Classroom Teacher
Please submit by the deadline: July 1, 2020 at midnight.

As the administrator/supervisor of a potential candidate for the GSDMC OMEA award, you have been asked by the nominator of a potential candidate, to give a brief statement here, in support of that candidate. Our intent is to get a second opinion on the merits of the candidate for the award.

GENERAL INFORMATION about the award:

In an effort to recognize those educators who are doing superior jobs in the field of Mathematics Education, the Greater San Diego Math Council has established the annual Outstanding Mathematics Educator Awards (OMEA). Educators will be recognized in two areas:

(A) Outstanding work teaching Mathematics to students in the classroom Category A and

(B) Outstanding work outside of the classroom in support of Mathematics education in the classroom
Category B

**This nomination form is for the Category A ...Part 2 of 2 ...(Classroom Teacher) award.

Nominations for the Category B (Math Educator Outside the Classroom) award can be submitted using the following form:
https://forms.gle/spQAx8Zu3Gp2R2MW8

GSDMC wants to honor teachers who inspire students of all backgrounds and abilities to higher achievement in mathematics. GSDMC is asking you to consider the teachers you know. They may come from any of five levels: post secondary, senior high, intermediate/junior high, upper elementary, and primary. You should be able to state unequivocally, that “this is one of the two or three best classroom teachers of mathematics that I have ever known or seen.”

A key part of the process is an Adminstrator/Supervisor (you) entering a statement in support of a candidate and the information for that candidate and yourself. You may wish to scroll down and become familiar with the information we need you supply, so after gathering the information needed, you can easily fill it in, in one session. However, you can enter the information in multiple sessions. At the end of each incomplete session, the system will send you and email with a link to continue the session at later time.

The honorees will be honored at their school sites in the Fall of the 20/21 school year. The intent is to start the school year on a positive note!

Honorees will receive:
- Monetary award of $250 (to be used towards math classroom or professional development)
- commemorative plaque
- lifetime GSDMC membership
- registration to a future GSDMC conference
- invitation to a GSDMC conference seminar
- invitation to speak at a GSDMC conference, if desired

Thank you for your support in our effort to honor some of the finest mathematics educators. If you have any questions or concerns, please check our website at www.gsdmc.org (follow the Outstanding Educator Nomination link - OMEA) or email Daryl Stermon OMEA award chair person, at dstermon@ucsd.edu (preferred), or text or call 619-518-8560 (leave message if calling and we will get back to you ASAP).

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Criteria for Selection for Greater San Diego Mathematics Council, Outstanding Mathematics Educator Award - OMEA ... Please review before starting!

A) Outstanding Mathematics Teacher in the Classroom
Candidates must be a classroom teacher (works directly with students) employed by any school in San Diego County with a minimum of five years teaching experience. The intent is to identify and recognize an outstanding classroom teacher in each of FIVE AREAS: primary, upper elementary, middle school/junior high, high school, and post secondary.

In addition, all candidates should be:
- Dedicated to quality mathematics education
- Caring, sensitive, energetic, enthusiastic, and enjoy his/her job
- Practicing exemplary teaching techniques as outlined in the California Mathematics Framework
and the Common Core Standards

- active in the support of mathematics education through any of the following:
• Involved in math conferences and workshops
• Delivers professional development opportunities for teachers
• Involved in ongoing curricular improvement in mathematics
• Takes leadership in local, state, or national mathematics organizations

A complete application will include (it is the responsibility of the nominator to make sure they are completed):
1) Nomination Google Form for Category A - Classroom Teacher (https://forms.gle/SViCKG7H4rwRR35m7)
2) Administrator/Supervisor’s Recommendation (a separate Google Form) - THIS FORM

It is the nominator's responsibility to ensure that all components (listed above) are completed by the deadline WEDNESDAY July 1, 2020, by midnight.

Any questions/concerns can be sent to: email Daryl Stermon OMEA award chairperson, at dstermon@ucsd.edu (preferred), or text or call 619-518-8560 (leave message if calling and he will get back to you ASAP).


*Please submit YOUR email address (Administrator/Supervisor) below. By entering your email address, you will be able to submit the form, receive a response receipt via email, and have the option to edit/add to your response, via that email response receipt.
Email address *
Administrator/Supervisor's name? *
Your answer
Teacher Candidate First name you are submitting a recommendation for? *
Your answer
Teacher Candidate Last name you are submitting a recommendation for?
Your answer
Administrator/Supervisor's email Address? *
Your answer
Administrator/Supervisor's title? *
Your answer
Administrator/Supervisor's number of years in education ?
Your answer
Administrator/Supervisor's work location? *
Your answer
Administrator/Supervisor's work address? *
Your answer
Administrator/Supervisor's cell phone? (for text communication)
Your answer
Please state why you feel the teacher candidate is an outstanding Mathematics Teacher? *
Your answer
Describe what this teacher/candidate does and practices to support STUDENTS learning Mathematics? *
Your answer
In generic terms (no student names or identifiers) describe a teaching moment, that you personally observed or are aware of, where a the teacher/candidate has made a positive difference for a student learning Mathematics? *
Your answer
Optional: Please tell us any additional details you would like to add and/or suggest any way we can improve this process! AND Thank you for your time in supporting this candidate for the possible award!
Your answer
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