EMS Scholarship 2012 Recipient - Gay Lynn Erb

EMS Scholarship 2012 Recipient

Gay Lynn Erb
Meridian, Idaho

Gay Lynn Erb is a Federal Programs Mathematics Coach for the Meridian School District in Meridian, Idaho. She has a B.S. in Elementary Education and a M. Ed in Multicultural Education. She has taught in elementary and middle school classrooms for 21 years and has worked as a math coach for the last 3 years. Gay Lynn was awarded the Presidential Award for Mathematics and Science Teaching in 2008.

Ms. Erb is actively involved with the Idaho statewide math initiative known as Mathematics Teaching for Instruction (MTI). She is an instructor for the K-3 and K-6 courses and provides support to teachers. She has been very fortunate to witness many teachers improve their effective use of questioning strategies, help students overcome misconceptions, and encourage students to communicate their thinking processes. She really enjoys going into classrooms where students are developing a love for mathematics.

Gay Lynn is currently working on obtaining Mathematics Consulting Teacher Endorsement through a state of Idaho initiative. She is enrolled as a doctoral student at Boise State University and she has completed 5 of the 7 courses required for the endorsement. She hopes to complete the endorsement after the 2013 spring semester. She feels very fortunate to be chosen to receive AMTE's Elementary Mathematics Specialist Scholarship and wants to thank AMTE for this wonderful opportunity!

 

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Timely, important updates for mathematics teacher educators.

This issue includes a call from AMTE's President, Michael Steele, to serve both AMTE and the wider mathematics education community. There is an announcement of the 2020 AMTE Awards recipients, information on our affiliates, great news from the STaR program, results of the MTE Journal survey, and the Equity Committee is seeking our help to respond to a their survey. In addition, there is important information about the 2020 Annual Conference.

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