News & Updates
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.
AMTE awarded AJ Edson the 2017 National Leadership Technology Initiative (NTLI) Award as a co-author for the paper, A Framework for Mathematics Teachers’ Evaluation of Digital Instructional Materials: Integrating Mathematics Teaching Practices with Technology Use in K-8 Classrooms.
CMP staff member Tyler Knowles comes to us from Los Angeles! Tyler has a BA in Communication Arts, Radio, TV and Film. He has spent six months living and performing a cappella on a cruise ship. Meet Tyler!
Former CMP Graduate Assistant, Jamie Wernet, was published in this month’s Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School.
PRIME is seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associate. This position will have an opportunity to play a major role in a four year NSF-funded collaborative research project.
AJ Edson and Elizabeth Phillips traveled to the Netherlands to attend and speak at the 2016 ISDDE Conference. The conference theme was Infrastructuring by Design, refering to the designer efforts to develop and implement the humand and material resources required for supporting education in and across various system levels.
We are pleased to announce that a recent National Science Foundation DRK-12 collaborative proposal has been awarded to Michigan State University and the Concord Consortium.
This Fall, a team at the Friday Institute at NC State University is offering TWO Massive Open Online Courses for Educators (MOOC-ED) for in-service and pre-service middle and high school mathematics teachers' professional development.
Coming to CMP from India, Amit Sharma is one of our newest members to the CMP family. Amit likes to cook, travel, and hum songs in his spare time. Welcome, Amit!
First year graduate student, Taren Going, is one of the newest members of the CMP family. Taren is the mother of two, plays the piano and, knits. Welcome Taren!
Introducing David Bowers! David comes to CMP from Ohio State University. He is a new dad, loves hiking, cooking, his dog Boris, and his wife's four cats. Meet David!
June 20 marked the kick off of the 21st annual Getting to Know CMP Workshops and the newly created Digging Deeper into CMP Workshop. Both workshops focused on enhancing mathematics education structure for middle school students.
From Pearson Publishing
Connected Mathematics 3 (CMP3) students focus on problem-solving strategies, habits of mind, and mathematical proficiency. CMP3 supports both teachers and students in building these skills, and continues this support with these new resources.
While endowed chairs distinguish top faculty, the impact of these positions goes far beyond a title.
The CMP team is packing up and heading west to present at the 48th annual NCSM Conference in the Oakland-San Francisco Bay area in California. The conference will be held April 11 to 13, 2016 and focuses on the important issues for leaders in mathematics education.