# Awards, Presentations, & Publications

## Awards

Edson, A.J., Bieda, K., Dorsey, C., Kimball, N., & Phillips, E.D. (2019, May 13). Math understanding in a digital collaborative environment [Facilitators’ Choice Award]. Retrieved from https://stemforall2019.videohall.com/presentations/1552

## Presentations

### 2020

Phillips, E., Bieda, K., Edson, A.J., Dorsey, C., Krajcik, J., Going, T., Kursav, M.N., & Fessler, C.(November 2020) P*romoting Productive Disciplinary Engagement and Learning with Open Problems and "Just-In-Time" Supports in Middle School Mathematics*. Poster Presentation at Meeting the Moment:The Future of STEM Education Research in an Age of Transformation

Project: Open Problems

Edson, A.J., & Bieda, K. (March 2020). Capturing productive disciplinary engagement in digital collaborative environments. Session presented at the Michigan Affiliate of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Conference, Ann Arbor, MI [virtual].

Project: Digital Inscriptions | Open Problems

Bieda, K. (March, 2020). Productive disciplinary engagement: A framework to support equitable opportunities to learn challenging mathematics. Session presented at the *Teachers' Development Group Leadership Seminar*, Portland, OR.

Project: Open Problems

Edson, A.J. (February 2020). Experience the CMP digital collaborative environment funded by NSF. Session presented at the *Connected Mathematics Project Users’ Conference*, East Lansing, MI.

Project: Digital Inscriptions | Open Problems

Pelchat, M. (February 2020). Strategies for productive collaborative group work. Session presented at the *Connected Mathematics Project Users’ Conference*, East Lansing, MI.

Project: Digital Inscriptions

Phillips, E.D. (February 2020). The “M” in STEM and CMP. Session presented at the *Connected Mathematics Project Users’ Conference*, East Lansing, MI.

Project: Digital Inscriptions | Open Problems

### 2019

Phillips, E., & Edson, A.J., (November 2019) *Embedding the CMP Curriculum into a Digital Collaborative Platform*. Presentation at Co-Integrate Series, CREATE for STEM Institute, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

Edson, A.J., Phillips,E., & Bieda,K. (2019) *Transition from Print to Digital Curriculum Materials: Promoting Mathematical Engagement and Learning*. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Mathematics Textbook Research and Development : 16-19 September 2019 Paderborn, Germany / Editors: Sebastian Rezat, Lianghuo Fan, Mathias Hattermann, Jan Schumacher, Holger Wuschke

Project: Digital Inscriptions | Open Problems

Phillips, E., Edson, A.J., & Bieda, K. (2019, November 20). *Connected Math Project(CMP): Historic Overview and Latest Developments*. Weizmann Study Abroad at Michigan State University

Project: Digital Inscriptions | Open Problems

Phillips, E. (September 2019). *Promoting Productive Disciplinary Engagement and Learning With the CMP STEM Problem Format and “Just-in-Time” Supports in Middle School Mathematics*. Poster Presentation, International Society of Design and Development Conference. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburgh.

Phillips, E. (June 2019). *Mathematical Reasoning and Problem Posing- The Case of Connected Mathematics Project*. Proceedings of International Research Forum on Mathematics Curriculum and Teaching Materials in Secondary School (p. 21). Beijing, China: People’s Education Press and Beijing Normal University.

Edson, A.J. (June 2019). *Transitioning from print to digital environment: The case of the Connected Mathematics Project*. Presentation at the International Research Forum on Mathematics Curriculum and Teaching Materials in Secondary Schools. Beijing, China.

Project: Digital Inscriptions

Bowers, D.M., Sharma, A., Going, T., Kursav, M.N., Phillips, E.D., Edson, A.J., Bieda, K., Slanger-Grant, Y., & Krajcik, J. (May 2019).* Social meaning-making: Making sense of inscriptional construction practices.* Poster presentation at the CREATE for STEM Institute. East Lansing, MI.

Projects: Digital Inscriptions

Bieda, K., Edson, A.J., & Phillips, E.D. (March 2019). *Fostering productive disciplinary engagement in digital collaborative environments*. Workshop for Beijing Normal University at the CREATE for STEM Institute. East Lansing, MI.

Project: Digital Inscriptions | Open Problems

Going, K., Appenzeller, K., & Kursav, M. (March 2019). *Teachers’ support for students’ productive disciplinary engagement*. Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Michigan Chapter of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educations: Conversation Among Colleagues. Holland, MI.

Project: Open Problems

Edson, A. J., & Slanger-Grant, Y. (February 2019). *Promoting student engagement in mathematics: A focus on problematizing, authority, accountability, and resources*. Presentation at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Connected Mathematics Project Users’ Conference. East Lansing, MI.

Project: Open Problems

Edson, A.J., Phillips, E.D., & Bieda, K. (2018). Transitioning a problem-based curriculum from print to digital: New considerations for task design. In H-G Weigand, A. Clark-Wilson, A. Donevska-Todorova, E. Faggiano, N. Gronbaek & A. Trgalova (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth ERME Topic Study on Mathematics in the Digital Age (p. 59-67). Copenhagen, Denmark: University of Copenhagen.

Pelchat, M. (February 2019). *New ideas to promote collaboration: CMP NSF grant preview*. Presentation at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Connected Mathematics Project Users’ Conference. East Lansing, MI.

Projects: Digital Inscriptions | Open Problems

Phillips, E.D. (February 2019). *The summary: More than just frosting on the cake*. Presentation at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Connected Mathematics Project Users’ Conference. East Lansing, MI.

Project: Open Problems

Phillips, E.D., Slanger-Grant, & Edson, A.J. (February 2019). *Teaching with open problem activities: Dilemmas and successes over 25 years*. Presentation at the 51^{st} Annual Meeting of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators. Orlando, FL.

Project: Open Problems

Schmitt, M.B. (February 2019). *On the horizon: NSF research of a new problem format*. Presentation at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Connected Mathematics Project Users’ Conference. East Lansing, MI.

Project: Open Problems

Bowers, D. M., Sharma, A., & Fessler, C. (2019). *Developing student and teacher inscriptional practices: Implications for teacher education*. Shared session at 2019 meeting of the Michigan chapter of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators: Conversations Among Colleagues. Holland, MI.

Project: Digital Inscriptions

Dorsey, C., Bondaryk, L, & Lyons, L. (2019). Real-time WYSIWIS system for shared artifact construction in student groups collaborating on mathematical inscriptional learning. Poster Presentation at the National Science Foundation Synthesis and Design Workshop on Digitally-Mediated Team Learning. Orlando, FL.

Project: Digital Inscriptions

### 2018

Phillips, E., Edson, A. J., Bieda, K., Dorsey, C., & Krajcik, J. (June 2018). *Collaborative research: Enhancing middle grades students’ capacity to develop and communicate their mathematical understanding of big ideas using digital inscriptional resources*. Poster presentation at the National Science Foundation DRK-12 PI Meeting, Washington, DC.

Project: Digital Inscriptions

Slanger-Grant, Y. (June 2018). *An open problem approach: The case of integers.* Presentation at Annual Meeting of the Connected Mathematics Project Leadership, Coaching, and Mentoring Workshop, East Lansing, MI.

Project: Open Problems

Slanger-Grant, Y. (June 2018). *Using factor string inscriptions to teach prime factorization*. Presentation at the 23rd annual meeting of the Getting to Know CMP Grade 7 Workshop, East Lansing, MI.

Project: Digital Inscriptions

Slanger-Grant, Y. (June 2018). *Inscriptions and understanding*. Presentation at the 10th annual meeting of the CMP Leadership, Coaching, and Mentoring Workshop, East Lansing, MI.

Project: Digital Inscriptions

Edson, A. J., & Phillips, E. (May 2018). *Task design considerations: Transitioning from print to digital curriculum materials*. Presentation at the 14th annual meeting of the International Society for Design and Development in Education, Galway, Ireland.

Projects: Digital Inscriptions | Open Problems

Edson, A. J., Phillips, E., & Slanger-Grant, Y. (April 2018). *Inscriptions: Developing and communicating deep learning of mathematics*. Presentation at the 50th annual meeting of the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics, Washington, DC.

Project: Digital Inscriptions

Phillips, E., & Slanger-Grant, Y. (April 2018). *Updates on CMP activities: Inscriptions and productive disciplinary engagement*. Professional development for CMP leaders, East Lansing, MI.

Project: Digital Inscriptions

Edson, A. J., Phillips, E., & Slanger-Grant, Y. (February 2018). *Inscriptions: Developing, recording, and communicating mathematical understandings*. Presentation at the 22nd annual meeting for the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, Houston, TX.

Project: Digital Inscriptions

Slanger-Grant, Y. (February 2018). *Productive struggle: What are the benefits?* Presentation at the 21st annual meeting of the CMP Users’ conference, East Lansing, MI.

Projects: Digital Inscriptions | Open Problems

### 2017

Bowers, D. M., Going, T., Sharma, A., Ray, A., & Edson, A. J. (November 2017). *Developing digital inscriptional resources: Connecting design, classroom enactment, and student thinking**.* Poster presentation at the 39^{th} annual meeting of the North American chapter of the international group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Indianapolis, IN.

Project: Digital Inscriptions

Edson, A. J., & Phillips, E. (November 2017). *Designing digital environments for productive disciplinary engagement in middle school mathematics*. Presentation at the 13th annual meeting of the International Society for the Design and Development in Education, Berkeley, CA.

Projects: Digital Inscriptions | Open Problems

Phillips, E., Edson, A. J., Bieda, K, Dorsey, C., & Krajcik, J. (September 2017). Promoting productive disciplinary engagement and learning with open problem sand “just-in-time” supports in middle school mathematics. Poster presentation at the PI Meeting for the Education and Human Resources Core Research Program of the National Science Foundation, Washington, DC.

Project: Open Problems

Bowers, D. M., Sharma, A., Going, T., Kursav, M., Slanger-Grant, Y., Phillips, E. D., Edson, A. J., Bieda, K., & Krajcik, J. (Accepted, 2018). Productive disciplinary engagement: Digital affordances for open problems in middle school mathematics. Poster presentation at the 17th Annual CREATE for STEM Mini-Conference, East Lansing, MI.

Project: Open Problems

Grant, Y., & Treviño, E. (June 2017). *Inscriptions and understanding*. Presentation at the 2017 Leadership, Coaching, and Mentoring Workshop, East Lansing, MI.

Project: Digital Inscriptions

Phillips, E., Edson, A., & Grant, Y. (April 2017). *Inscriptions*. Professional development for CMP leaders, East Lansing, MI.

Project: Digital Inscriptions

Phillips, E., Edson, A. J., Krajcik, J., Bieda, K., Grant, Y., Sharma, A., Going, T., Bowers, D. M., Ray, A., & Dorsey, C. (February 2017). *Collaborative research: Enhancing middle grade students’ capacity to develop and communicate their mathematical understanding of big ideas using digital inscriptional resources.* Poster presentation at sixth annual CREATE for STEM mini-conference, East Lansing, MI.

Project: Digital Inscriptions

## Publications

### 2020

Bieda, K., Going, T., Kursav, M., & Edson, A. (2020). Entailments of productive disciplinary engagement in technology-enhanced classrooms. *Preceedings of the* *Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association,* San Francisco, CA.

Project: Open Problems

Bondaryk, L. (2020). Under the hood: Sharing real-time collaborative documents. @Concord, 24(1), 14.

Project: Digital Inscriptions

### 2019

Lyons, L., Phillips, E.D., & Dorsey, C. (2019). Designing a digital collaborative mathematics classroom using a problem-based curriculum. *@Concord*, *23*(1), 4-6.

Project: Digital Inscriptions

Edson, A.J., Phillips, E.D., & Bieda, K. (2019). Transitioning from print to digital curriculum materials: Promoting mathematical engagement and learning. In S. Rezat, L. Fan, M. Hattermann, J. Schumacher, & H. Wuschke (Eds.) *Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Mathematics Textbook Research and Development (pp. 167-172)*. Paderborn, Germany: Paderborn University.

Project: Open Problems

### 2018

Edson, A. J., Kursav, M. N., & Sharma, A. (2018). Promoting collaboration and mathematical engagement in a digital learning environment. In T.E. Hodges, G.J. Roy, & A.M. Tyminski (Eds.) *Proceedings of the 40th Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (pp. 1243-1246)*. Greenville, SC: University of South Carolina & Clemson University.

Projects: Digital Inscriptions | Open Problems

Going, T., Kursav, M., Slanger-Grant, Y., Bieda, K., & Edson, A. J. (2018). Understanding the nature of uncertainty in problem solving situations. In T.E. Hodges, G.J. Roy, & A.M. Tyminski (Eds.) *Proceedings of the 40th Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (pp. 1335-1338)*. Greenville, SC: University of South Carolina & Clemson University.

Project: Open Problems

Edson, A.J., Phillips, E.D., & Bieda, K. (2018). Transitioning a problem-based curriculum from print to digital: New considerations for task design. In H-G Weigand, A. Clark-Wilson, A. Donevska-Todorova, E. Faggiano, N. Gronbaek & A. Trgalova (Eds.), *Proceedings of the Fifth ERME Topic Study on Mathematics in the Digital Age *(p. 59-67). Copenhagen, Denmark: University of Copenhagen.

Project: Open Problems