STEM for All Video Showcase: A sneak peek at CMP and Concord Consortium's digital curriculum platform
During a week-long National Science Foundation event, thousands of researchers, K-12 educators, higher ed faculty, administrators, policy makers, graduate students, and parents will view NSF project videos, comment on them, and vote for their favorites.
View the CMP and Concord Consortium Digital Inscriptions Project video. It will be available during the NSF STEM for All Video Showcase from May 13-20.
The goal of the Digital Inscriptions project is to design and test a digital curriculum platform to help middle school students deepen and make visible their understanding of mathematics through collaboration.
The project uses the Connected Mathematics3 curriculum to investigate big mathematical ideas through inquiry-oriented program situations. The learning environment is designed to support students in making sense of mathematics with each other as they construct, manipulate, and interpret shared representations of mathematics in real time, in all phases of a lesson.
For more information regarding the project, visit Digital Inscriptions.