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


Joint Statement on Anti-Asian Racism

In response to this week's events in Atlanta and the ongoing violence and threats of violence across our country, the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, in collaboration with its sister organizations National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Association of State Supervisors of Mathematics, Benjamin Banneker Association, NCSM: Leadership in Mathematics Education, School Science and Mathematics Association, and TODOS: Mathematics for ALL, has issued a joint statement on Anti-Asian Racism.

Read the statement here.

The statement also includes a list of PK-12 Community Resources curated by a group of educators in California.

AMTE Ad Hoc Marketing Committee Volunteer Form

AMTE is forming an Ad Hoc Marketing committee to organize a plan of action to reach out to professionals from groups who are currently underrepresented in AMTE, including clinical faculty, K-12 supervisors and math coaches, professional development providers, faculty at two-year and community colleges, and faculty from historically Black colleges and university, Hispanic-serving institutions, and more. The targeted outcome is to recruit new members and conference attendees as well as promote a diversified influence on policies and practices in mathematics teacher education. If you are interested in joining this effort, please complete the form below by Friday, April 16.

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Webinar: Writing for MTLT: Guiding Thoughts for Mathematics Teacher Educators

Tuesday, April 13, 2021, 7-8:00 pm Eastern time

Presenter: Angela T. Barlow, Editor-in-Chief, Mathematics Teacher: Learning & Teaching PK-12

Description: Bridging research to practice is often at the forefront of our work as mathematics teacher educators (MTEs). As a result, NCTM’s practitioner journal, Mathematics Teacher: Learning & Teaching PK-12 (MTLT), represents a potential journal for disseminating our work. But when our ideas are inspired by the learning of preservice/inservice teachers, how do we write a manuscript that supports the learning of PK-12 students? In this webinar, I will provide insights into writing for MTLT, specifically giving attention to ideas drawn from MTEs’ work with teachers as the learners.

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2022 Annual AMTE Conference

Las Vegas, NV,  February 10-12, 2022

Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort and Spa

The Annual Conference provides inclusive opportunities for a diverse community to engage with current research and practice, and to promote the improvement of mathematics teacher education.

The Call for Proposals to present at the conference is now available!


Press Release: AMTE Statement on Systemic Racism

The Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE) stands in solidarity with Black Americans in the face of racial injustice. We are dismayed by the inhuman and unjust treatment of Black Americans by law enforcement personnel in recent months with the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery.  We acknowledge the inequities that the pandemic has illuminated related to health care, economic standing, and education. As an organization, AMTE believes that racism must be interrogated in this country. We cannot look at what is happening to Black Americans and other oppressed groups as problems that they alone need to solve.

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A list of resources specifically related to our work as mathematics teacher educators is available on the AMTE Member Bulletin Board. We invite others to submit additional resources to this site to be shared with our mathematics education community. 

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 2021 issue includes an uplifting message from AMTE’s new President about the importance of deep listening and learning in community. It features an article from Connections’ special call that focuses on perspectives of those navigating a virtual field placement. Also shared are upcoming opportunities for leadership in AMTE, along with an interesting and insightful collection of articles and videos from current and past leaders describing their experiences and providing tips. You will find highlights from the recent AMTE Annual Conference as well as the Call for Proposals for the 2022 Annual Conference. This issue also provides updates from the CITE-Math and Mathematics Teacher Educator journals and from several Affiliates, along with information on how to join the Mathematics Teacher Education Partnership program.  

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