2011 AMTE Award Winner: Kathryn Chval

Early Career Award

Kathryn Chval
University of Missouri

Kathryn Chval is this year’s winner of the AMTE Early Career Award. Kathryn will be recognized at the upcoming AMTE Conference in Irvine, CA, in January 2011. In addition, she is leading a mentoring session for other early-career mathematics teacher educators at the 2011 annual AMTE meeting next week (Insert day and time). Kathryn is an Associate Professor at the of the University of Missouri in the College of Education. Kathryn is involved with a current research project Re-SMAR2T that examines science and mathematics teacher learning in the context of an alternative certification program designed for individuals with baccalaureate degrees in science or mathematics. She also was recognized by the College of Education at Missouri as the Outstanding Graduate Student Mentor/Advisor of the Year in 2010.




Timely, important updates for mathematics teacher educators.

This issue includes a feature article from the Early Career Recipient, Christopher Jett, who offers good advice on "...thriving as an early career mathematics teacher educator." Also, there is an announcement of the appointment of the new Executive Director for AMTE and updates from the Leadership Team. In addition, there is important information about current calls for nominations, articles, and  important dates for the 2020 Annual Conference.

James Telese, Editor