Users' Conference

Users's Conference

Why should you attend?

Designed to be provide thought-provoking and insightful conversations, this conference is targeted best towards individuals who have already been using CMP. Conversations are based around mathematics teaching, learning, and assessing for all CMP classes.

Attend keynote sessions and select your own session. Discussions will focus on:

  • Strategies to increase mathematical understanding and skill
  • Differentiated instruction in CMP classrooms, including support for English Language Learners and Special Needs Students.
  • Using technology to enhance learning
  • Assessment, including formative assessment
  • Overview of the mathematical strands in CMP
  • The role of the CCSSM and the Mathematical Practices
  • Effective teaching practices
  • Sharing ideas and gaining new insights with fellow CMP teachers from other districts and states
  • And much more

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 and access to speakers. We encourage you to bring a laptop or tablet when attending this event. You will need to make your own travel and hotel reservations.

Payment Options

The following payment methods are accepted via online registration:

  • Credit Card: we accept American Express, Mastercard and Visa.
  • PO: Payments must be received in full prior to the event date.


There will be an early registration discount available for this conference. Registrants that register before January 18, 2018, will receive a discounted price of $295.

After this date, the standard registration is $370.

Group Rate

Register 5 participants and receive 1 FREE registration. Contact Elizabeth Lozen at 517-432-3635 or at prior to registering your group of 5 or more.

The Venue: The Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center

Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center

Participants will need to make their own travel and hotel reservations

Located on the Michigan State University campus, the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center offers guests an outstanding Spartan Experience. High-speed wi-fi, fitness center, gift shop, casual fine dining and covered parking for hotel and restaurant guests are a few of the amenities you can expect when visiting.

Reserve your hotel room now by calling 800.875.5090 and ask for the Connected Mathematics room blocks. Do so quickly as space is limited and rooms are expected to go fast! Visit their website for more information.

219 South Harrison Road
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48823

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Additional Hotels are available in the area.

The Marriott, located at 2841 Hannah Blvd is within walking distance to the Kellogg Center. To make reservations, call 888-236-2427.


Transportation from Capital City Airport

The Lansing community is serviced by several airlines at the Capital City Airport. Their website is You can expect the cost of a taxi from the airport to the hotel to cost about $25. You may also want to inquire as to whether your hotel provides a shuttle.

Transportation from Detroit Metro Airport

It is possible to take a direct shuttle from the Detroit Metro Airport to downtown East Lansing for about $50 round trip. The bus station is about 6 blocks from the conference center. See Michigan Flyer or call 888.643.5937 for schedules.

Parking at Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center

Parking will be available at the ramp adjacent to the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center at a daily rate of about $8. Parking is complimentary for overnight guests.


Cancellation Policy

No refunds can be issued after February 23, 2018. You may substitute another person in your place. Please notify us as soon as possible for any substitutions by emailing Billie Lozen at

Speakers and Schedule

We try to stick to our original schedule, however, circumstances are sometimes beyond our control. Scheduling is subject to change without notice.

Privacy Policy

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