News & Updates
Two CMP teachers, Cynthia Callard and Jennifer Kruger, co-authored an article with Jeffrey Choppin in the latest issue of Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School with Jeffrey Choppin.
CMP has launched a Facebook group dedicated to CMP teachers and teacher leader, allowing them to connect and collaborate with one another and to discuss various aspects of teaching and learning.
Glenda Lappan has come a long way - from farm girl in southern Georgia to MSU Distinguished Professor of Mathematics. Due to her perseverance, and her dedication as a mathematics teacher and researcher, there has been a startling transformation in the way middle school mathematics is taught today.
Horizon Research, Inc. conducted a quasi-experimental matched- group longitudinal study to compare student outcomes in schools using Connected Mathematics, 2nd Edition (CMP2) to schools using conventional textbook programs.
A Designer Speaks: Glenda Lappan and Elizabeth Phillips
Challenges in US Mathematics Education through a Curriculum Developer Lens
An independent efficacy research study The Effects of Connected Mathematics Project 2 on Student Performance reports that CMP2 students demonstrated significantly greater gains in problem-solving, math communication, and math reasoning strategies than their peers.
Glenda Lappan and Elizabeth Phillips have been awarded the ISDDE Prize "for excellence in design for education in science or mathematics" for Connected Mathematics.