Differentiating in Mathematics Classrooms with CMP

Differentiating in Mathematics Classrooms with CMP

Differentiating in Mathematics Classrooms

A CMP Workshop

June 17 to 21, 2019

Michigan State University


Why Attend

This workshop is designed around sharing ideas and experiences to help us learn from each other. The workshop leaders will guide you through what it’s like to teach, experience, and learn in a CMP classroom. We encourage those who work with special populations to attend in teams.

Discussions will focus on how you can use the curriculum materials to:

Attending to Individual Learning

Provide opportunities to help learners succeed in each lesson.


Attend to reading, vocabulary, and differentiation strategies with a focus on powerful mathematical lessons

Multiple Entry Points

Employ a pedagogical model that provides multiple entry points for students to explore the problems

Things to Know Before You Go  

Mathematical Practices

Embed the Mathematical Practices to enhance student learning.


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

Best Practices

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

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Free Set of Books!

Participants attending will receive a set of Grade Level CMP books. Upon registration, you will be asked to select which Grade level you would like to receive.


Register 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 a 6th registration FREE. Contact Elizabeth Lozen at 517-432-3635 or at connectedmath@msu.edu prior to registering your group of 5 or more. 

2018 Summer Workshop Participants

In 2018 participants attended the CMP Summer Workshops from 25 states and 4 countries. Job positions included everyone from teachers to administrators to professional development consultants.

Participant Professions

  • 82% Teachers
  • 1% PRofessional Development Consultant
  • 8% Mentor/Coach/Leader/Teacher Leader
  • 1% Math Coordinator/Specialist
  • 5% Coach/Leader/Mentor/Coordinator
  • 3% Administrator
  • 1% University

Where Participants Were From

  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Hawaii
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Missouri
  • Mississippi
  • Nevada
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • Texas
  • Vermont
  • Virginia
  • Wisconsin
  • England
  • China
  • Newfoundland and Labrador Canada