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Core-Plus Mathematics

Core-Plus Mathematics is a four-year integrated curriculum that replaces the traditional Algebra-Geometry-Algebra 2-Precalculus sequence. Each course features interwoven strands of algebra and functions, statistics and probability, geometry and trigonometry, and discrete mathematics. The curriculum emphasizes mathematical modeling and is designed to make mathematics accessible to more students, while challenging the most able students. The curriculum materials also include a suite of computer software called CPMP-Tools that provide powerful aids to learning mathematics and solving mathematical problems. This use of technology permits the curriculum and instruction to emphasize multiple representations and to focus on goals in which mathematical thinking and problem solving are central. The materials promote active learning and teaching centered around collaborative investigations of problem situations.

Core-Plus Mathematics was developed by the Core-Plus Mathematics Project (CPMP) at Western Michigan University. You can learn more here: http://www.wmich.edu/cpmp.

Registration Fee: $600 per course, includes lunch daily


  • Course 1 - July 6-10
  • Course 2 - July 13-17
  • Course 3 - July 20-24
  • Course 4 - July 6-10