News & Updates
AJ Edson, Elizabeth Phillips, and Yvonne Slanger-Grant will be presenting at this year’s NCSM Annual Conference.
"We really appreciate your professionalism and your dedication to what you're doing."
A heartfelt ending to one and a half days of jam-packed experiences. Over the years, the CMP Users' Conference topics and sessions have changed but the message that drives the conference has remained the same.
AJ Edson, Elizabeth Phillips, and Yvonne Grant will be presenting at this year’s 2018 Annual AMTE Conference in Houston, Texas.
AJ Edson and Elizabeth Phillips will be presenting at this year’s ISDDE Conference in California. The conference, taking place November 6th through the 9th, will be at the University of California Berkeley.
Emma Herrera joined CMP in September 2017. She is a sophomore studying mathematics with a minor in actuarial science. She loves to play volleyball. Meet Emma!
Elizabeth Phillips is presenting a poster at ECR Fundamental Research in Stem: Progress, Issues, & the Future, hosted in Alexandria, VA on September 25 and 26, 2017.
Introducing our newest staff member; Merve Nur Kursav! Merve comes to CMP from the University of Georgia, where she received her M.A degree. Merve enjoys traveling, going to live music, and writing poems. Meet Merve!
For the past 22 years, Connected Mathematics Project (CMP) has hosted week-long Getting to Know CMP workshops designed to allow teachers to experience the curriculum as a student.
The Center for Professional Development and Education Reform at the Warner School of Education at the University of Rochester, in partnership with Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES, is offering a Connected Math (CMP) Users’ conference for teachers, teacher leaders, math coaches, and administrators to come together to learn, share ideas, and gain new insights from fellow CMP teachers from the region.
Amy Klco, a Michigan CMP teacher, came up with an idea to help her struggling students understand mathematics by making the problems literally come to life. She took abstract concepts and made them something her students could touch and feel.
Thomas Grubb is a wicked smart Dean's Research Scholar senior majoring in mathematics. The sessions he speaks of are training sessions for a ridiculously hard and prestigious math test, the Putnam Competition.
George Pappas also loves math. A professor of mathematics, he says, “It’s fun to think about this stuff.” I can honestly say I’ve never considered math fun, but I’m really glad he does. Read his FACULTY VOICE: By the numbers, to learn more about leading-edge research.
The Program in Mathematics Education (PRIME) at Michigan State University is seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associate. This position will provide a qualified candidate with the opportunity to play a major role in two NSF-funded projects.
CMP has received a second NSF grant focusing on how the use of open-ended problems and "just-in-time" supports in a digital platform can promote inquiry-based mathematics learning.
Graduate Research Assistant, Amy Ray, recently had a book review accepted for publication in the journal Feminist Teacher titled “A Critical Look at Danica McKellar’s Math Doesn’t Suck: How to Survive Middle School Mathematics Without Losing Your Mind or Breaking a Nail”.
For 22 years, CMP has hosted summer workshops. Held in June on the campus of Michigan State University, the workshops have been providing a classroom-like experience for teachers and teacher leaders almost since the beginning of CMP.
In the 20 years that the Connected Mathematics Project (CMP) has been hosted the Users’ Conference, the topics have changed but the message has always stayed the same: Helping teachers have thought-provoking and insightful conversations based around mathematics teaching, learning, and assessing for all CMP classes and students.
CMP staff AJ Edson, Elizabeth Phillips, and Yvonne Grant presented last week at the 21st annual AMTE Conference in Orlando, Florida.
Amit Sharma, Taren Going, David Bowers, and Amy Ray attended this year’s CREATE for STEM Mini-Conference, held on Friday, February 10, 2017.
Collaborative Research: Enhancing Middle Grades Students’ Capacity to Develop and Communicate Their Mathematical Understanding of Big Ideas Using Digital Inscriptional Resources is one of the newest mathematics education research projects at MSU.