Workshop Leaders

 
Differentiating in Mathematics Classrooms with CMP

Differentiating in Mathematics Classrooms with CMP

A CMP Workshop

June 17 to 21, 2019

Michigan State University

LEADERS
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Kay Neuse

Kay Neuse

About

Classroom teacher, department chair, instructional coach, and K-12 director of mathematics are only a few of the roles Kay has held during her 25 years in education.  With a B.A. in Elementary Education and a B.S. in Secondary Mathematics Education and an M.A. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Kay has been playing the classroom hokey-pokey by spending time outside the classroom and repeated returns to the classroom and has shown her commitment to professional learning and by incorporating lessons learned into the classroom.  She has been involved with CMP since the first edition and continues to use the resources with her students.  As much as she enjoys teaching and learning, Kay also loves live music, football, good friends and spending time with her family.  Her favorite “down time” location is the back porch of her parents home in the Texas Hill Country.

Anne Marie Nicoll-Turner

Anne Marie Nicoll-Turner

About

I earned my Bachelor's degree from EMU with a major in  Math, and my Master's degree in Middle School Curriculum. I have taken additional course work at several other schools, including MSU. I began my teaching career in 1987, including teaching at Tappan, Slauson, Clague, UofM (Dearborn) and EMU. I also work with the authors of the Connected Mathematics Project, providing in-service training to teachers across the country. Anne Marie is a 2016 Presidential Awardee for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching.