Spring 2024

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Welcome to the Spring 2024 issue! We are fresh off an amazing annual conference where there were so many great ideas shared and so many projects started. Be sure to check out the highlights below, and we can't wait to see you in Reno next year! Also included in this issue is our special call for manuscripts focused on AI in mathematics teacher education. Be sure to submit your ideas by March 30th. And, Get the Facts Out has brand new information about their great resources for teacher recruitment. Enjoy this and updates from the CITE Math Journal, podcasts, affiliates, and the Membership Division. Finally, we would like to thank Susan Swars Auslander for her great leadership of AMTE Connections. We will miss her but are so excited about her new leadership role in the organization!

Matt Chedister, Connections Editor

Embracing Critical Reflection and Collaboration as a Path Towards a Positive Future for Our Organization and Our Students


Events and photos from the Conference

Read the reflections of those who have served and consider nominating yourself or another AMTE member.

Announcing the Elevating Teacher Voice special issue

Read recent articles, find information on submitting your work, and meet the new Editorial Board!

Jean S. Lee, Univ. of Indianapolis

Find updates and information on website resources that support recruitment and messaging efforts

Submit your award nominations, with a deadline of May 15.

Find important announcements focused on membership, including travel grants and Community Circles.     

Find the latest podcasts from Teaching Math Teaching

Read about recent happenings for AMTE's affiliates.

The 29th Annual Conference of AMTE will be held February 6-8, 2025 in Reno, NV.  Check out the flyer here.  The call for proposals will be open April 1, 2024, with a deadline of May 15, 2024.

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.


Editorial Panel