Can Educators be Neutral?
The Spring 2023 issue includes a first message from our new AMTE President, Enrique Galindo. Read about the current opportunities to serve in AMTE, including as President-Elect, Board Member-at-Large, and Editor of Connections. Be sure to check out the highlights and photos from our recent Annual Conference as well as the call for Awards. Also included are updates from: the journals MTE and CITE-Math, the Board of Directors, the STaR program, podcasts, and affiliates. Thank you to Sheryl Stump, Ball State University, and Christine Trinter, University of Notre Dame, who just concluded their service on the Connections Editorial Panel. The panel welcomes two new members: Jodi Frost, Indiana State University, and Eugenia Vomvoridi, University of South Florida Tampa.
Susan Swars Auslander, Connections Editor
Can Educators be Neutral?
Events and photos from the conference held in New Orleans, LA
Read the reflections of those who have served and consider nominating yourself or another AMTE member.
Consider submitting a letter of interest to serve as Associate Vice President (Editor) of Connections!
Claims, Evidence, and Implications: Crafting a Great Mathematics Teacher Educator Manuscript
You can write for CITE-Math!
Submit your award nomination, with deadlines beginning June 15.
Message from AMTE's leadership about the next annual conference
Read about STaR donors Marilyn Strutchens and Gary Martin.
Find information on the latest Teaching Math Teaching podcasts.
Read about recent happenings for AMTE's affiliates in Kentucky, North Carolina, New Jersey, and New York.
Executive Director, Shari Stockero, shares organization highlights and opportunities from AMTE's Board of Directors.
Trace your academic family tree.
The 28th Annual Conference of AMTE will be held February 8-10, 2024 in Orlando, FL. The call for proposals will be open April 1, 2023 with a deadline of May 15, 2023.
Wellness and Productivity
International Mathematics Educators
Early Childhood Mathematics Teacher Educators
Check out the full list of Community Circles on the AMTE website, and remember all AMTE members can attend any of the Circles. Thank you to the AMTE members who are serving as lead contacts of the Circles -- your service is appreciated! If you are interested in starting a Community Circle, please contact Temple Walkowiak at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Connections is a quarterly online publication of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators. The newsletter offers a peer-reviewed opportunity for members to disseminate information to the mathematics teacher education community.