CPMP

CPMP-Tools® Software. The Core-Plus Mathematics curriculum, by design, incorporates the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) Mathematical Practices into each lesson. In particular, for students to develop the disposition toward and proficiency with the CCSS Mathematical Practice of using appropriate tools strategically, they will need to have access to technological tools both in school and outside of school. CPMP-Tools public-domain software provides that access. Scroll down to see more information about and sample screens from CPMP-Tools. CPMP-Tools is a suite of both general purpose tools and custom apps designed to support student investigation and problem solving in the CCSS edition Core-Plus Mathematics texts. Check back periodically for software updates and helpful tutorial videos.

References in zbMATH (referenced in 23 articles )

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  1. Kessler, Aaron M.; Stein, Mary Kay; Schunn, Christian D.: Cognitive demand of model tracing tutor tasks: conceptualizing and predicting how deeply students engage (2015)
  2. Pedersen, Ida Friestad: What characterizes the algebraic competence of Norwegian upper secondary school students? Evidence from TIMSS Advanced (2015)
  3. Hong, Dae S.; Choi, Kyong Mi: A comparison of Korean and American secondary school textbooks: the case of quadratic equations (2014)
  4. Huntley, Mary Ann; Terrell, Maria S.: One-step and multi-step linear equations: a content analysis of five textbook series (2014)
  5. Bouck, Emily C.; Joshi, Gauri S.; Johnson, Linley: Examining calculator use among students with and without disabilities educated with different mathematical curricula (2013)
  6. Geiger, Vince; Faragher, Rhonda; Goos, Merrilyn: CAS-enabled technologies as ”agents provocateurs” in teaching and learning mathematical modelling in secondary school classrooms (2010)
  7. Schoen, Harold L. (ed.); Ziebarth, Steven W. (ed.); Hirsch, Christian R. (ed.); BrckaLorenz, Allison (ed.): A five-year study of the first edition of the core-plus mathematics curriculum (2010)
  8. Davis, Jon D.: Understanding the influence of two mathematics textbooks on prospective secondary teachers’ knowledge (2009)
  9. Chazan, Daniel; Yerushalmy, Michal; Leikin, Roza: An analytic conception of equation and teachers’ views of school algebra (2008)
  10. Davis, Jon D.; Shih, Jeffrey C.: Secondary options and post-secondary expectations: Standards-based mathematics programs and student achievement on college mathematics placement exams (2007)
  11. Huntley, Mary Ann; Marcus, Robin; Kahan, Jeremy; Lincoln Miller, Jane: Investigating high-school students’ reasoning strategies when they solve linear equations (2007)
  12. Stacey, Kaye: The place of problem solving in contemporary mathematics curriculum documents (2005)
  13. Schoen, Harold L.; Hirsch, Christian R.: Responding to calls for change in high school mathematics: Implications for collegiate mathematics (2003)
  14. Schoen, Harold L.; Hirsch, Christian R.: The Core-Plus Mathematics Project: Perspectives and student achievement (2003)
  15. Lobato, Joanne; Ellis, Amy Burns: The teacher’s role in supporting students’ connections between realistic situations and conventional symbol systems (2002)
  16. Van Zoest, Laura R.; Bohl, Jeffrey V.: The role of reform curricular materials in an internship: The case of Alice and Gregory (2002)
  17. Kang, Ok-Ki: Practical use of technology for mathematics education (2001)
  18. Huntley, Mary Ann; Rasmussen, Chris L.; Villarubi, Roberto S.; Sangtong, Jaruwan; Fey, James T.: Effects of standards-based mathematics education: A study of the Core-Plus Mathematics Project Algebra and Functions Strand (2000)
  19. Hart, Eric W.: Algorithmic problem solving in discrete mathematics (1998)
  20. Slavit, David: Three women’s understandings of algebra in a precalculus course integrated with the graphing calculator (1998)

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