Tennessee Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (TAMTE)

Tennessee Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (TAMTE)

Last modified: 
11/06/2021 - 2:38pm
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TAMTE members work with stakeholders at all levels of public and private mathematics education, including community leaders such as the Tennessee STEM Education Leadership Council.

TAMTE provides a forum for information and discussion of issues related to the continuing improvement of mathematics education in Tennessee.

  • Preservice teacher education
  • Graduate teacher education
  • Inservice professional development
  • Mathematics curriculum
  • Research
  • Teacher licensure and state policies on education




Affiliate President: 
Holly Anthony
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Affiliate Treasurer: 
Stephanie Kolitsch
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Affiliate Secretary: 
Jennifer Meadows
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Summary of Recent Affiliate Accomplishments and Upcoming Activities: 

TAMTE members work closely with the Tennessee Mathematics Teachers’ Association (TMTA) to provide support for current and preservice mathematics teachers. 

October 22, 2021:  Annual Conference (Business Meeting). 

The annual TAMTE meeting was held prior to the TMTA Fall 2021 Annual Conference. This was an in-person meeting with a virtual option at Memphis University School in Memphis, Tennessee.  See the TMTA site for information on that conference. 

The discussion centered on renewing and strengthening the work of TAMTE in the wake of the pandemic.  Plans were discussed for participation in the Middle Tennessee Mathematics Teachers Conference in 2022.

The following officers were elected.

President – Holly Anthony

Treasurer – Stephanie Kolitsch

 Secretary – Jennifer Meadows

School District Member at Large – Pam Stidham

Community College Member at Large - Julianna Gregory

Private School Member at Large – Ryan Fox 

May 11, 2021Tennessee Mathematics for Elementary Education and Tennessee Science for Elementary Education Annual Joint Conference  

This event was hosted by Austin Peay State University (APSU) in Clarksville, TN,  Support was provided by the College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.  TAMTE President Rebecca Darrough (APSU) presided. Speakers were Holly Anthony (Tennessee Technological University), Jordon Kirby (Middle Tennessee State University), and Stephanie Kolitsch (University of Tennessee at Martin).  Topics are described on the attached conference program.


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