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Michael Green is Associate Professor in the Department of Reading and Elementary Education at UNC Charlotte. His undergraduate training was in psychology at the University of California Berkeley. He received his Ed. D. in human development from Harvard. Today he teaches courses in child development, theories of development, and elementary mathematics education; directs children’s math-enrichment summer programs at UNC Charlotte and area schools; and is co-author of the Comprehensive Applied Manipulative Mathematics Program (CAMMP). Dr. Green has published in Child Development, Computers in the Schools, Focus on Learning Problems in Mathematics, Journal of Educational Computing Research, Journal of Research on Computing in Education, and Journal of Educational Research.
John A. Piel is an Associate Professor in the Department of Reading and Elementary Education at UNC Charlotte. His graduate training was in child cevelopment and mathematics education at The Florida State University. Today he teaches courses in child development and mathematics education, linking the two as a comprehensive theoretical endeavor. He is the co-author of the Comprehensive Applied Manipulative Mathematics Program (CAMMP) and with Dr. Green directs several summer enrichment camps for children using mathematics as the vehicle. Piel has published in journals representing technology, mathematics education, and child development.