Awards, Presentations, & Publications

Awards

Edson, A.J., Bieda, K., Dorsey, C., Kimball, N., & Phillips, E.D. (2019, May 13). Math understanding in a digital collaborative environment [Facilitators’ Choice Award]. Retrieved from https://stemforall2019.videohall.com/presentations/1552

Presentations

2019 | 2018 | 2017

2019

Edson, A.J. (June 2019). Transitioning from print to digital environment: The case of the Connected Mathematics Project. Presentation at the International Research Forum on Mathematics Curriculum and Teaching Materials in Secondary Schools. Beijing, China.
Project: Digital Inscriptions

Bowers, D.M., Sharma, A., Going, T., Kursav, M.N., Phillips, E.D., Edson, A.J., Bieda, K., Slanger-Grant, Y., & Krajcik, J. (May 2019). Social meaning-making: Making sense of inscriptional construction practices. Poster presentation at the CREATE for STEM Institute. East Lansing, MI.
Projects: Digital Inscriptions

Bieda, K., Edson, A.J., & Phillips, E.D. (March 2019). Fostering productive disciplinary engagement in digital collaborative environments. Workshop for Beijing Normal University at the CREATE for STEM Institute. East Lansing, MI.
Project: Digital Inscriptions | Open Problems

Going, K., Appenzeller, K., & Kursav, M. (March 2019). Teachers’ support for students’ productive disciplinary engagement. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Michigan Chapter of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educations: Conversation Among Colleagues. Holland, MI.
Project: Open Problems

Edson, A. J., & Slanger-Grant, Y. (February 2019). Promoting student engagement in mathematics: A focus on problematizing, authority, accountability, and resources. Presentation at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Connected Mathematics Project Users’ Conference. East Lansing, MI. 
Project: Open Problems

Pelchat, M. (February 2019). New ideas to promote collaboration: CMP NSF grant preview. Presentation at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Connected Mathematics Project Users’ Conference. East Lansing, MI. 
Projects: Digital Inscriptions | Open Problems

Phillips, E.D. (February 2019). The summary: More than just frosting on the cake. Presentation at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Connected Mathematics Project Users’ Conference. East Lansing, MI. 
Project: Open Problems

Phillips, E.D., Slanger-Grant, & Edson, A.J. (February 2019). Teaching with open problem activities: Dilemmas and successes over 25 years. Presentation at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators. Orlando, FL. 
Project: Open Problems

Schmitt, M.B. (February 2019). On the horizon: NSF research of a new problem format. Presentation at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Connected Mathematics Project Users’ Conference. East Lansing, MI. 
Project: Open Problems

Bowers, D. M., Sharma, A., & Fessler, C. (2019). Developing student and teacher inscriptional practices: Implications for teacher education. Shared session at 2019 meeting of the Michigan chapter of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators: Conversations Among Colleagues. Holland, MI. 
Project: Digital Inscriptions

Dorsey, C., Bondaryk, L, & Lyons, L. (2019). Real-time WYSIWIS system for shared artifact construction in student groups collaborating on mathematical inscriptional learning. Poster Presentation at the National Science Foundation Synthesis and Design Workshop on Digitally-Mediated Team Learning. Orlando, FL. 
Project: Digital Inscriptions

2018

Phillips, E., Edson, A. J., Bieda, K., Dorsey, C., & Krajcik, J. (June 2018). Collaborative research: Enhancing middle grades students’ capacity to develop and communicate their mathematical understanding of big ideas using digital inscriptional resources. Poster presentation at the National Science Foundation DRK-12 PI Meeting, Washington, DC. 
Project: Digital Inscriptions

Slanger-Grant, Y. (June 2018). An open problem approach: The case of integers. Presentation at Annual Meeting of the Connected Mathematics Project Leadership, Coaching, and Mentoring Workshop, East Lansing, MI. 
Project: Open Problems

Slanger-Grant, Y. (June 2018). Using factor string inscriptions to teach prime factorization. Presentation at the 23rd annual meeting of the Getting to Know CMP Grade 7 Workshop, East Lansing, MI. 
Project: Digital Inscriptions

Slanger-Grant, Y. (June 2018). Inscriptions and understanding. Presentation at the 10th annual meeting of the CMP Leadership, Coaching, and Mentoring Workshop, East Lansing, MI. 
Project: Digital Inscriptions

Edson, A. J., & Phillips, E. (May 2018). Task design considerations: Transitioning from print to digital curriculum materials. Presentation at the 14th annual meeting of the International Society for Design and Development in Education, Galway, Ireland. 
Projects: Digital Inscriptions | Open Problems

Edson, A. J., Phillips, E., & Slanger-Grant, Y. (April 2018). Inscriptions: Developing and communicating deep learning of mathematics. Presentation at the 50th annual meeting of the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics, Washington, DC. 
Project: Digital Inscriptions

Phillips, E., & Slanger-Grant, Y. (April 2018). Updates on CMP activities: Inscriptions and productive disciplinary engagement. Professional development for CMP leaders, East Lansing, MI. 
Project: Digital Inscriptions

Edson, A. J., Phillips, E., & Slanger-Grant, Y. (February 2018). Inscriptions: Developing, recording, and communicating mathematical understandings. Presentation at the 22nd annual meeting for the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, Houston, TX. 
Project: Digital Inscriptions

Slanger-Grant, Y. (February 2018). Productive struggle: What are the benefits? Presentation at the 21st annual meeting of the CMP Users’ conference, East Lansing, MI. 
Projects: Digital Inscriptions | Open Problems

2017

Bowers, D. M., Going, T., Sharma, A., Ray, A., & Edson, A. J. (November 2017). Developing digital inscriptional resources: Connecting design, classroom enactment, and student thinking. Poster presentation at the 39th annual meeting of the North American chapter of the international group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Indianapolis, IN. 
Project: Digital Inscriptions

Edson, A. J., & Phillips, E. (November 2017). Designing digital environments for productive disciplinary engagement in middle school mathematics. Presentation at the 13th annual meeting of the International Society for the Design and Development in Education, Berkeley, CA. 
Projects: Digital Inscriptions | Open Problems

Phillips, E., Edson, A. J., Bieda, K, Dorsey, C., & Krajcik, J. (September 2017). Promoting productive disciplinary engagement and learning with open problem sand “just-in-time” supports in middle school mathematics. Poster presentation at the PI Meeting for the Education and Human Resources Core Research Program of the National Science Foundation, Washington, DC. 
Project: Open Problems

Bowers, D. M., Sharma, A., Going, T., Kursav, M., Slanger-Grant, Y., Phillips, E. D., Edson, A. J., Bieda, K., & Krajcik, J. (Accepted, 2018). Productive disciplinary engagement: Digital affordances for open problems in middle school mathematics. Poster presentation at the 17th Annual CREATE for STEM Mini-Conference, East Lansing, MI. 
Project: Open Problems

Grant, Y., & Treviño, E. (June 2017). Inscriptions and understanding. Presentation at the 2017 Leadership, Coaching, and Mentoring Workshop, East Lansing, MI. 
Project: Digital Inscriptions

Phillips, E., Edson, A., & Grant, Y. (April 2017). Inscriptions. Professional development for CMP leaders, East Lansing, MI. 
Project: Digital Inscriptions

Phillips, E., Edson, A. J., Krajcik, J., Bieda, K., Grant, Y., Sharma, A., Going, T., Bowers, D. M., Ray, A., & Dorsey, C. (February 2017). Collaborative research: Enhancing middle grade students’ capacity to develop and communicate their mathematical understanding of big ideas using digital inscriptional resources. Poster presentation at sixth annual CREATE for STEM mini-conference, East Lansing, MI. 
Project: Digital Inscriptions

Publications

2019

Lyons, L., Phillips, E.D., & Dorsey, C. (2019). Designing a digital collaborative mathematics classroom using a problem-based curriculum. @Concord, 23(1), 4-6.
Project: Digital Inscriptions

2018

Edson, A. J., Kursav, M. N., & Sharma, A. (2018). Promoting collaboration and mathematical engagement in a digital learning environment. In T.E. Hodges, G.J. Roy, & A.M. Tyminski (Eds.) Proceedings of the 40th Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (pp. 1243-1246). Greenville, SC: University of South Carolina & Clemson University.
Projects: Digital Inscriptions | Open Problems

Going, T., Kursav, M., Slanger-Grant, Y., Bieda, K., & Edson, A. J. (2018). Understanding the nature of uncertainty in problem solving situations. In T.E. Hodges, G.J. Roy, & A.M. Tyminski (Eds.) Proceedings of the 40th Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (pp. 1335-1338). Greenville, SC: University of South Carolina & Clemson University.
Project: Open Problems

Edson, A.J., Phillips, E.D., & Bieda, K. (2018). Transitioning a problem-based curriculum from print to digital: New considerations for task design. In H-G Weigand, A. Clark-Wilson, A. Donevska-Todorova, E. Faggiano, N. Gronbaek & A. Trgalova (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth ERME Topic Study on Mathematics in the Digital Age (p. 59-67). Copenhagen, Denmark: University of Copenhagen.
Project: Open Problems