Spotlight on Collaborative Digital Classrooms

As digital technologies and platforms become more and more integrated in the day-to-day way people communicate, collaborate and make decisions, teachers in K-12 and middle schools are looking for new ways to develop collaborative environments in the classroom. 

To contribute to this effort, the Connected Mathematics Project, or CMP, at Michigan State University, in partnership with The Concord Consortium—a nonprofit research and development organization dedicated to transforming education through technology— is using two National Science Foundation grants totaling $4.5 million to explore new possibilities for CMP classrooms in a digital environment using the Connected Mathematics middle school curriculum.

Read the article here (originally published in MSU Today, July 25, 2019)