2021 Annual AMTE Conference

Twenty-Fifth Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators

Virtual Conference: Thursday - Saturday, Feb 11-13, 2021 and Thursday - Saturday, February 18-20, 2021 

The Annual AMTE Conference provides inclusive opportunities for a diverse community of mathematics educators to share current research and practice findings.

Registration

Late registration closes on January 31. Register today!

Get the Free Conference App

The conference will use the Guidebook app. A passphrase to access the AMTE 2021 Conference Guide will be emailed soon to those who are registered for the conference.

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  • Plan your schedule
  • Find session rooms, speakers, and attendees
  • Share documents, participate in Q&A sessions
  • Engage through social media
 

During the Conference

  • Official Conference Program
  • Program Changes (cancellations, etc)
  • All sessions will be held via Zoom. Links to the sessions are available in the conference app and the Guidebook website. If you have difficulty accessing the links, please contact amte-support@amte.net for assistance.
  • Posters will be available via Flipgrid. The link is available in the conference app.
 

Featured Sessions

Opening Session (Thursday, February 11)

L2020. Perfect Vision? Perfect Hindsight? Are We Ready to Reimagine Mathematics Teacher Education?

The opening plenary session is designed to engage conference attendees in collective reflection.

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Naomi Jessup

Joel Amidon

Sandra Crespo

Judith Jacobs Lecture (Thursday, February 18)

What Does it Mean to be a Mathematics Teacher Educator

Marta Civil is a Professor of Mathematics Education and the Roy F. Graesser Chair in the Department of Mathematics at The University of Arizona. Her research looks at cultural, social, and language aspects in the teaching and learning of mathematics; participation in the mathematics classroom; connections between in-school and out-of-school mathematics; and parental engagement in mathematics. She has led multiple funded projects working with children, parents, and teachers, primarily in Mexican American communities. Her research is grounded on the concept of Funds of Knowledge with a focus on developing culturally sustaining learning environments in mathematics education. Her most recent work includes a K-3 parental engagement mathematics project aimed at developing a two-way dialogue between home and school and a new collaboration with two other universities focused on the development of a mathematical partnership that engages teachers, parents, and multilingual children in grades 3-5 in underserved communities. She is also exploring how to apply lessons learned from her work in equity in K-12 settings to undergraduate / entry level mathematics teaching and learning.

With respect to AMTE, she has served as the Associate Vice President for Equity and is currently one of the Associate Co-Vice-Presidents for the STaR Fellows Program. She was one of the co-editors for Cases for Mathematics Teacher Educators: Facilitating Conversations about Inequities in Mathematics Classrooms in the AMTE professional book series.

Marta Civil