Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators of North Carolina (AMTE-NC)

Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators of North Carolina (AMTE-NC)

Last modified: 
02/08/2018 - 6:34am
Year Established as AMTE Affiliate: 
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As we continue to move forward in building an active AMTE affiliate in North Carolina, we extend an invitation to you to join AMTE-NC if you are not a current member.  Affiliate dues are $15.00 for faculty members and $5.00 for student members annually and help to offset operating expenses that are incurred.  Please send affiliate dues to Ginger Rhodes, 227 Bear Hall UNC Wilmington, Wilmington NC  28403.

Past President 

Michelle Stephan, UNC Charlotte (2017-2018

Temple Walkowiak, North Carolina State  (2017-2018)

President Elect
Allison McCulloch,  University of North Carolina Charlotte (2017-2018)

Ginger Rhodes, UNC Wilmington (2016-2018)

Lisa Poling, Appalachian State University (2016-2018)

Members - at - Large

Peter Eley – Fayetteville University (2 years; 2016-2018)

Kwaku Adu-Gyamfi  - East Carolina University  (1 year; 2017-2018)

Stefanie Buckner – Math Coach (2 years; 2016-2018)

Denise Schulz – North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (ex-officio)

Number of Affiliate Members: 
Affiliate President: 
Temple Walkowiak
President Email: 
Affiliate Treasurer: 
Ginger Rhodes
Treasurer Email: 
Affiliate President-Elect: 
Allison McCulloch
President-Elect Term Expires: 
Wednesday, May 31, 2017
President-Elect Email: 
Affiliate Secretary: 
Lisa Poling
Secretary Term Expires: 
Thursday, May 31, 2018
Secretary Email: 
More Information
Summary of Recent Affiliate Accomplishments and Upcoming Activities: 

On Novemer 2, 2017 we held our Business Meeting during the North Carolina National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Conference.  As we move forward, if you have any recommendations to further our mission as a voice for mathematics educators in North Carolina, please contact Temple Walkowiak  (, AMTE-NC President.

The first part of the meeting was devoted to a panel discussion with four members of the educational community. The panel focused on the vision for mathematics teacher preparation in North Carolina. Panel members included Mark Jewell, North Carolina Association of Educators President; Dr. Michael Maher, Assistant Dean for Professional Education and Accreditation at North Carolina State University; Dr. Ellen McIntyre, Dean for the College of Education at University of North Carolina, Charlotte; and North Carolina
House of Representative Amos Quick. The information shared during this part of the session was insightful and helped members better understand the direction of teacher preparation in the state of North Carolina.

Lastly, it was decided that we will hold our first annual Spring Retreat during
2018. Once a day and time are finalized, we will share that information with
you. The focus of the Spring Retreat will be; networking, professional development, and discussion around how methods courses are implemented within each respective university.