Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators in Texas (AMTE-Tx)

Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators in Texas (AMTE-Tx)

Last modified: 
01/10/2022 - 7:43am
Year Established as AMTE Affiliate: 
Affiliate Website: 

Our Mission

AMTE-TX's mission is to promote the improvement of mathematics teacher education in all its aspects in the State of Texas.

Our Goals

  • Provide for the professional development of mathematics teacher educators at all levels;
  • Facilitate communication and networking among mathematics teacher educators at the PK-12, technical and community college, Regional Service Centers, college and university levels, and other associated teacher education organizations; and
  • Encourage, promote and support research related to mathematics teacher education.


  • Hosting an annual state conference each fall
  • Hosting a dedicated strand of sessions at the Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching (CAMT)
  • Publication of a peer-reviewed journal - Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education in Texas (JMTET), 3 issues per year
Affiliate President: 
Sarah Pratt
President Email: 
Affiliate Treasurer: 
Priya Prasad
Treasurer Email: 
Affiliate President-Elect: 
Jennifer Chauvot
President-Elect Email: 
Affiliate Secretary: 
Ryann Shelton
Secretary Email: 
Newsletter Editor: 
Cody Patterson
Editor Email: 
More Information
Summary of Recent Affiliate Accomplishments and Upcoming Activities: 

We have have two annual gatherings: a special session at the Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching (this conference is in July and alternates between Ft. Worth, Houston, or San Antonio) and an AMTE-TX Fall conference.  Our Fall 2019 conference was held in September at Baylor University in Waco.  The theme was "Coming Together to Collaborate and Support Mathematics Teacher instructor in Texas," and our keynote speaker was AMTE President Michael Steele.

Our Fall 2020 was cancelled and we were happy to have Texas San Antonio host a very successful virtual conference in the Fall of 2021! The theme this past fall was "Rebuilding and Reframing: Building Towards a More Equitable Future for PK-12 Teacher Preparation". We are looking forward to the 2022 Fall Conference scheduled for September hosted by Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi.

Despite the challenges of the Pandemic we continue to publish our JMTET Journal. All issues can be found here including our most recent publication in summer 2021.

Number of Affiliate Members: 
Affiliate Constitution: