CAMMP Directors

Dr. Michael Green is Associate Professor of Elementary Education at UNC Charlotte, where he teaches courses in child development, theories of development, and elementary mathematics education. A graduate of Harvard, Dr. Green co-directs the children’s math programs at UNC Charlotte and area schools during the summer. The CAMMP program makes extensive use of the wireless computers at Providence Day School and was highlighted in a presentation to the 1999 International Conference on Technology and Education, Edinburgh, Scotland.   mggreen@uncc.edu

Dr. Jack Piel is Professor Emeritus of Elementary Education at UNC Charlotte.  Jack taught courses in child development, theories of development, and elementary mathematics education. A graduate of Florida State, Dr. Piel co-directs the children’s math programs at UNC Charlotte and area schools during the summer. The CAMMP program makes extensive use of the wireless computers at Providence Day School and was highlighted in a presentation to the 1999 International Conference on Technology and Education, Edinburgh, Scotland.  japiel@uncc.edu

CAMMP Teachers

ALL CAMMP teachers have completed an intensive, three-week, graduate course and supervised internship in the CAMMP approach to teaching mathematics.

Karen Abraham, M.Ed. – middle grades, math teacher

Richard Belcourt, M. Ed. – elementary teacher

Leah Crews, M. A. T. – elementary teacher

Crystal Pompee, M. A. T. – elementary teacher

 Erik Stitt, M. A. T. – elementary teacher

 Heather Stowe, M. Ed. – elementary teacher


Kristen Williams, M. Ed. - elementary Teacher