Users' Conference


Users' Conference - February 21 to 22, 2020

Registration for the 2020 Users' Conference will open in October 2020.

Why Should You Attend?

Designed to be provide thought-provoking and insightful conversations, the conference focus is around mathematics teaching, learning, and assessing for all. 

Hot off the Press

Hot Off the Press

Be some of the first CMP Users to see new ideas and learning from NSF grant research in digital CMP classrooms.



Strategies for increasing pacing.

Deepening Understanding

Deepening Understanding

Examine the overview of Look at enrichment through tasks, analyzing student work, reflecting & connecting.



Approaches for productive engagement in mathematics.



Meeting the needs of each and every learner.



Share ideas with fellow CMP teachers from around the country.

Registration Information

By registering to attend this event, you gain admission to all sessions at the two-day conference; continental breakfast, lunch, and snacks on both days. We encourage you to bring a laptop or tablet. You will need to make your own travel and hotel reservations.


Register on or before January 18, 2019, to receive the discounted rate of $325. After this date, the standard registration is $400.

Group Discount

Register 5 participants and receive a 6th FREE registration. Contact Billie Lozen at 517-432-3635 or email prior to registering your group of 6 or more.

2019 Participants

Demographics from last year's Users' Conference included participates from 14 states and a various number of job positions.

  • Arizona
  • Texas
  • Minnesota
  • Wisconsin
  • Missouri
  • Illinois
  • Michigan
  • Indiana
  • Kentucky
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • New York
  • Connecticut
  • Massachusetts

  • 3% Administrator
  • 7% Coach/Leader/Mentor/Coordinator
  • 1% Consultant
  • 1% University
  • 1% Consultant
  • 88% Teacher

Photographs from Past Events



No refunds can be issued after February 22, 2019. You may substitute another person in your place. Please notify us as soon as possible by emailing Billie Lozen at


The professional and personal information we collect about you will never be shared outside of Connected Mathematics Project, Michigan State University.

We may photograph or videotape speakers and attendees for use in online or printed promotions and professional development. By attending, you grant us the right to take such photos or videos and use in such ways. If you have concerns, please contact us at