A Focus on Differentiation

 
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A Focus on Differentiation

A CMP Workshop

June 22 to 26, 2020

Michigan State University

REGISTRATION CLOSED

Why Attend

Workshop leaders will guide you through what it's like to teach, experience, and learn in a CMP classroom.

Focus on:

  • Developing approaches 
  • Refinding strategies to deepen students' mathematical understanding
  • Enhance teachers' pedagogical knowledge 

CMP is a contextual problem-centered curriculum. The context and openness of the problems allow students to access the problems in many different ways, honoring the needs of each student. 

This workshop is a collaborative effort, designed around sharing ideas and experiences.

Things to Know Before You Go  

Differentiation

Enhance differentiation through CMP special features and resources designed to help you support differentiation while maintaining high expectations for all students.

Strategies

Attending to reading, vocabulary, differentiation, and leadership strategies with a focus on powerful mathematical lessons.

Multiple Entry Points

Employ a pedagogical model that provides multiple entry points for students to access mathematical problem solving.

Best Practices

Discuss best practices for attending to the needs of all students.

Resources

Learn about resources to support CMP implementation, such as: CMP's Arc of Learning; CMP Observation Guide; CMP website resources; The 5 Practices; TRU Framework; etc.

Insights

Gain insights from CMP experts about special features, mathematical connections, support resources, and future directions.

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Free Set of Books!

Participants will receive a free set of CMP books! Upon registering, select the Grade level you wish to receive.

Pricing

Register to attend and pay before or on May 2, 2019, for an early registration discount of $650.

After this date, standard registration cost is $750

Group Discount Available

Register 5 participants attending any of the Summer Workshops and receive 1 FREE registration. Contact Elizabeth Lozen at 517-432-3635 or at connectedmath@msu.edu prior to registering your group of 5 or more. 

2019 Summer Workshop Participants

In 2019 participants attended the CMP Summer Workshops from 19 states. Job positions included teachers, coach/leader/mentor/coordinators, administrators, and others.

Participant Professions

  • 87% Teachers
  • 7% Coach/Leader/Mentor/Coordinator
  • 7% Administrator
  • 2% Other

Where Participants Were From

  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Florida
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Kansas
  • Maine
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Missouri
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • Texas
  • Vermont
  • Wisconsin