
2015 Revision of CSET Math III Study Guide: Calculus
Christopher D. Goff
I wrote this book to prepare California middle and high school mathematics teachers to take the three CSET (California Subject Exam for Teachers) tests in Mathematics. Teachers must pass the first two to be considered “highly qualified” to teach “foundationallevel” mathematics and must pass all three to be “highly qualified” to teach any advanced high school mathematics course. These materials were developed through the Lincoln Achievement in Mathematics Partnership, a California Mathematics and Science Partnership, which hired me as a consultant to help prepare Lincoln USD teachers for the CSET tests. As an Associate Professor at the University of the Pacific who is interested in and has a wide variety of experience in teacher training, specifically as it relates to deepening the content knowledge of teachers, I was an ideal candidate to prepare these materials. This is the 2015 revision of the original text.

Common Core State Standards for High School Math: Algebra. What Every Math Teacher Should Know
Christopher D. Goff
This book explains the Algebra Common Core State Standards line by line. It is the second in a series intended to help high school math teachers better understand the Common Core State Standards.

Common Core State Standards for High School Math: Geometry. What Every Math Teacher Should Know
Christopher D. Goff
This book explains the Geometry Common Core State Standards line by line. It is the first in a series intended to help high school math teachers better understand the Common Core State Standards.

Mathematics and Television
Leigh H. Edwards, Christopher D. Goff, Sarah Greenwald, and Jill E. Thomley

CSET Mathematics Study Guide I: Algebra and Number Theory
Christopher D. Goff
I wrote this book to prepare California middle and high school mathematics teachers to take the three CSET (California Subject Exam for Teachers) tests in Mathematics. Teachers must pass the first two to be considered “highly qualified” to teach “foundationallevel” mathematics and must pass all three to be “highly qualified” to teach any advanced high school mathematics course. These materials were developed through the Lincoln Achievement in Mathematics Partnership, a California Mathematics and Science Partnership, which hired me as a consultant to help prepare Lincoln USD teachers for the CSET tests. As an Associate Professor at the University of the Pacific who is interested in and has a wide variety of experience in teacher training, specifically as it relates to deepening the content knowledge of teachers, I was an ideal candidate to prepare these materials.

CSET Mathematics Study Guide II: Geometry; Probability and Statistics
Christopher D. Goff
I wrote this book to prepare California middle and high school mathematics teachers to take the three CSET (California Subject Exam for Teachers) tests in Mathematics. Teachers must pass the first two to be considered “highly qualified” to teach “foundationallevel” mathematics and must pass all three to be “highly qualified” to teach any advanced high school mathematics course. These materials were developed through the Lincoln Achievement in Mathematics Partnership, a California Mathematics and Science Partnership, which hired me as a consultant to help prepare Lincoln USD teachers for the CSET tests. As an Associate Professor at the University of the Pacific who is interested in and has a wide variety of experience in teacher training, specifically as it relates to deepening the content knowledge of teachers, I was an ideal candidate to prepare these materials. Errata: In the Statistics section, p. 66 and p. 67, the blank table (to be filled in) labeled "Observed Counts" should be "Expected Counts."
A selection of books and book chapters written by faculty in the College of the Pacific  Department of Mathematics at University of the Pacific.
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