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Interested in learning more about CMP3? Join these FREE informational webinars for all the details!
|Webinar Date||Time||Registration Link|
|October 9th, 2014||3:30 PM EST||Register|
|October 25th, 2014||3:30 PM EST||Register|
|November 6th, 2014||1:00 PM EST||Register|
|November 20th, 2014||1:00 PM EST||Register|
|December 4th, 2014||1:00 PM EST||Register|
|December 11th, 2014||1:00 PM EST||Register|
LAUNCH your experience with a guided tour of our exciting new technology for CMP3! Pearson highly recommends completing the guided tour before exploring the LIVE technology!
SUMMARIZE your CMP3 technology experience by watching these informative videos!
|3/7/2014||Connected Mathematics Project 3 (CMP3) honored as edtech Cool Tool Awards finalist in two categories: Digital Textbooks and Mobile App Solution (middle, high school and beyond)|
Pearson's Inquiry-Based Middle School Math Program Offers New Common Core Coherent Online Learning Environment
Today at the 2013 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Conference, Pearson announced Connected Mathematics Project 3 (CMP3), the next generation of its inquiry-based middle grades math program, built to the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and the Eight Standards for Mathematical Practice.
Our fully digital programs and ebooks provide cutting-edge online instruction with a seamless transition from the textbook, allowing students to complete assignments, access videos and activities, and take online tests and remediation.
Pearson offers complete and cohesive support to help you implement the new Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Professional development opportunities, aligned content, assessment, and school services are available to familiarize you with the standards and help you learn about key changes and requirements. Pearson promises to be with you throughout the transition period—and beyond.
Your opinion is important! Do you want more or less ability to customize your Pearson instructional materials; and, should they be more or less digital?