What is CMP
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summary questions and discussions
How can we think of making models as more than just drawing pictures?
CMP Leaders Carolyn Droll & Jan Robinson use Let's Be Rational to analyze how students' models can lead to division of fraction algorithms.
The primary goal of this project is to help middle school students deepen and communicate their understanding of mathematics.
The project will develop and test a digital platform for middle school mathematics.
A Glance At time of a launch, explore, summary, and unit planning
Explore with Mary Beth Schmitt strategies for pacing and prioritizing lesson designs and implementation so that students experience more in a year.
MAKING THINKING VISIBLE
Asking students to create various items that will be displayed in class will help encourage students to make their thinking visible to others. Here are a few ideas on how thinking might be visible in the classroom.
CMP Staff in the Spotlight: Ashley Fabry
Welcome to CMP, Ashley!
Ashley Fabry is starting her first year in the Program in Mathematics Education (PRIME) at Michigan State University. She is originally from Wisconsin and spent the last 6 years teaching high school math in the greater Madison area.
Update on cmp4
For the 2021-2022 school year, over 260 teachers are participating in field-testing CMP4 from over 14 states and 3 countries. The sites provide a diversity of populations to help thoroughly test and give feedback for the next version of CMP.
Developed, Researched, and Field-Tested at Michigan State University
Published by Savvas Learning