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  • Aug 20, 2019
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CMP Video Receives Facilitators' Choice Award during NSF STEM for All Video Showcase

Computer Screen

CMP and Concord Consortium submitted a video to the 2019 National Science Foundation STEM for All Video Showcase. The video shows teachers and students interacting with the CMP collaborative digital platform.

We are honored that the video, Math Understanding in a Digital Collaborative Environment, received a facilitators' Choice Award during the event. Facilitators, representing well-known researchers, practitioners, and policymakers, voted on the showcase videos during the event.

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New - Math Fever with a Twist

Jeopardy-like-game

A new idea for how to creatively adapt the CMP Math Fever game. The teacher picks the categories based on Unit, Grade, or to review a previous grade. The students create 5 questions with answers in each of the categories. The questions and answers need to be written so they fit the game format.

Embed the questions in the game template and play!

Learn More about Math Fever with a Twist

Resources for Preparing to Teach CMP

Teacher Support

The CMP website contains valuable resources to assist you with your planning and implementation. We organized some of these resources into different categories to help get you started. The resources include:

  • Unit Preparation
  • Lesson Preparation
  • Discourse and Collaboration: Teacher Strategies
  • Discourse and Collaboration: Supporting Students
  • Student Work and Notebooks
  • Using Technology

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Student Work Examples

Poster

For the past several years, CMP teachers have provided us with student work from various Units and Grades. These examples provide a unique opportunity to stimulate conversations about student understanding of important mathematical ideas that are embedded in the Problem. This may provide you with some new insights into the teaching and learning process.

We are continually adding new student work. If you have some that you would like to share with us, please email connectedmath@msu.edu.

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CMP Discussion Group

Discussion Group

Hosted on Facebook, the CMP Discussion Ground was created for teachers and teacher leaders to connect with one another. Some discussion topics in the past include:

  • Teacher insights
  • Classroom management strategies
  • Grading
  • Pacing strategies
  • Technology

Join the Conversation

24th Annual CMP Summer Workshops

Participants

In June CMP hosted it's 24th annual CMP Summer Workshops. Teachers, teacher leaders, administrators, and coaches from all over the country came together. They cultivated conversations focused on understanding and strategies for enhancing the mathematics learning int eh classroom.

These annual workshops provide an opportunity for educators to provide more powerful mathematical experiences for their students.

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