Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators

AMTE is the largest professional organization devoted to the improvement of mathematics teacher education — it includes over 1,000 members supporting the preservice education and professional development of preK-16 teachers of mathematics. Members include professors, researchers, teacher-leaders, school mathematics coordinators, policy experts, graduate students, and others. »Learn More


Call for Proposals - 2024 AMTE Conference

The Twenty-Eighth Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators will be held February 8-10, 2024 in Orlando, Florida. The Call for Proposals is now available! Proposals for the 2024 Annual Conference are due May 15, 2023. The online submission site will open in early April.


Mathematics Teacher Educator

Special Call for Invited Manuscripts:
Elevating Teacher Voice

Positioning preservice and practicing mathematics teachers as collaborators in professional learning has long been cited as an important consideration in developing meaningful teacher learning opportunities that positively influence teaching practice. Yet, teacher voice in mathematics teacher educator scholarship continues to be underrepresented. MTE is seeking invited manuscripts for early 2024 publication that describe preservice or practicing teacher professional learning opportunities and elevate teacher voice.

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AMTE Annual Report


The 2022 AMTE Annual Report is now available. 

2022 AMTE Annual Report

AMTE Election 2023

The AMTE Nominations and Elections Committee is asking for nominees for President and Board Member-at-Large for the 2023 elections. All AMTE members are welcome to nominate themselves or another member. Please submit names by June 15, 2023.

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Press Release: Statement on The Role of Elementary Mathematics Specialists in the Learning and Teaching of Mathematics

This updated joint position of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE), the Association of State Supervisors of Mathematics (ASSM), NCSM: Leadership in Mathematics Education (NCSM) and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) calls for elementary mathematics specialists to help ensure equitable and effective mathematics learning for each and every student.

Read the statement here.

Press Release: AMTE Statement on Technology

One goal of AMTE is to improve mathematics teacher education and K-12 education by recognizing the ever-increasing impact of technology on our field. Our organization is thus committed to critically examining how technology intersects our work as Mathematics Teacher Educators (MTEs) and supporting research-based incorporation of technology in our work.

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Press Release: AMTE Statement on Equitable and Inclusive Mathematics Teaching and Learning

AMTE advocates for teachers’ freedom to use their expertise and professional judgement to meet the individual needs of all learners in their complex classrooms as they work to teach mathematics in equitable and anti-racist ways. We recognize that mathematics curriculum is multifaceted and needs to represent the diverse experiences, histories, and identities that make up our world. For too long, mathematics curriculum has been presented from one point of view and has ignored contributions from mathematicians of color and from diverse backgrounds, opportunities to use mathematics for liberation, and connections between mathematics and the lived experiences of historically marginalized and minoritized students. It is important that there is diversity in representation and opportunities for learners to engage, explore, connect with, and question the curriculum and to see how mathematics extends beyond their experiences. As an organization, we support mathematics teacher educators and teachers across the nation who are working to bring this authenticity into the classroom to enhance the learning of mathematics for all.

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Standards for Preparing Teachers of Mathematics

Comprehensive, aspirational standards describing a national vision for the initial preparation of all teachers PreK-12 who teach mathematics.

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Timely, important updates for mathematics teacher educators.

The Spring 2023 issue includes a first message from our new AMTE President, Enrique Galindo. Read about the current opportunities to serve in AMTE, including as President-Elect, Board Member-at-Large, and Editor of Connections. Be sure to check out the highlights and photos from our recent Annual Conference as well as the call for Awards. Also included are updates from: the journals MTE and CITE-Math, the Board of Directors, the STaR program, podcasts, and affiliates. Thank you to Sheryl Stump, Ball State University, and Christine Trinter, University of Notre Dame, who just concluded their service on the Connections Editorial Panel. The panel welcomes two new members: Jodi Frost, Indiana State University, and Eugenia Vomvoridi, University of South Florida Tampa.   

Susan Swars Auslander, Connections Editor 


Mathematics Teacher Educator Journal

Read the latest issue of Mathematics Teacher Educator, a scholarly journal co-published by AMTE and NCTM.

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MTE Podcast

The Mathematics Teacher Educator Podcast accompanies the Mathematics Teacher Educator Journal and is co-sponsored by the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education (CITE Journal)

CITE-M, a peer-reviewed journal sponsored jointly by AMTE and other organizations, features Just What Online Resources Are Elementary Mathematics Teachers Using?, by Emily J. Shapiro, Amanda G. Sawyer, Lara K. Dick & Tabitha Wismer.

Teaching Math Teaching Podcast

Conversations with math teacher educators stepping into the role of teaching math teachers