Instructional Services

Mathematics

Continuous Improvement: An in-depth, multi-year approach that takes sites/districts through math vision development, action planning, and progress monitoring of effect teaching and learning of mathematics.
Professional Learning: Opportunities for upcoming professional learning and customizable district/site support for teaching and learning mathematics.
Promising Practices: Coming Soon
Networks: Opportunities focused on professional growth focused on systems improvement, educational leadership, and collaborative practices.
Connection to Resources: Instructional resources to support teaching and learning mathematics.
Regulatory Support: Resources for mathematics standards, frameworks, curriculum adoption, and statutes.

Cole Sampson

Cole Sampson
Mathematics Coordinator
661-636-4194
cosampson@kern.org

Cole Sampson has 9 years of educational experience, with experience as both a 6th-12th grade math teacher and a K-8 Principal. Cole is passionate about creating a classroom and campus culture that fosters a positive, growth mindset around the learning of mathematics. With the use of models and research-based strategies, Cole aims to create a student-centered learning environment that is built around students’ natural curiosity to make connections and solve problems. He is eager and looks forward to collaborating with teachers and administrators to identify potential barriers and develop action plans to support math achievement for all students. Cole’s passion for math is strong and contagious, he is excited about sharing this passion and love for math with educators throughout Kern County.

Kyle Atkin

Kyle Atkin
Mathematics Coordinator
661-636-4676
kyatkin@kern.org

Kyle Atkin began his career in education in 2000 as a high school mathematics teacher for Arvin High School in the Kern High School District. In 2013 he moved to the district office as the Math Teacher on Special Assignment where he coordinated the district’s mathematics program. Kyle is excited about helping educators implement effective mathematics teaching practices to increase student achievement and learning. He is looking forward to collaborating with Kern County districts and schools to develop action plans that will promote mathematical reasoning and understanding for all students.