Where we’ve been and where we’re headed
An official AMTE publication for the mathematics teacher education community.
Our Winter 2020 issue features an inspiring final message from the President and an update from the Board sharing long-term goals for AMTE. You will find articles on equity, anti-racist practice, and a teacher learning cycle, along with a special collection of articles on field experiences during this challenging time of COVID-19. This issue provides important information on the upcoming Annual Conference, including session announcements on publishing in AMTE’s journals and the Karen King Advocacy Award. Also highlighted are the 2021 Award Recipients, the Teaching Math Teaching podcast, and research questions for us to consider related to the 2018 NSSM+ findings.
Susan Swars Auslander, Connections Editor
AMTE Connections Intro Q4 2020 from AMTE Video on Vimeo.
Important announcements and highlights for the 25th Annual Conference held virtually in February 2021
This collection of articles focuses on field experiences of mathematics teacher education during the COVID-19 health pandemic, including challenges, responses, and lessons learned.
Elizabeth Suazo-Flores, Purdue U., Kathleen Stoehr, Santa Clara U., & Anthony Fernandes, UNC Charlotte
Equity Committee Conversation Corner includes the first of several articles on the the findings of the equity-focused AMTE Member Survey.
Robin Keturah Anderson, NCSU, Courtney Katharine Baker, George Mason U., Sara Donaldson, Wheaton Col.- Mass., & Melissa Louise Troudt, U. of Wis.- Eau Claire
Mathematics teacher educators share their experiences reflecting on AMTE's Statement on Systemic Racism.
Learning through the Cycle of Enactment and Investigation: Preparing Mathematics Teachers for Leading Whole-class Discussions
Rajeev Virmani, Sonoma State University
Described are course experiences focusing on a learning cycle with connections for mathematics teacher educators.
Recipients will be recognized at the upcoming Annual Conference
Special AMTE Publications Session for the 2021 Annual Conference
Podcasts feature mathematics teacher educators in a variety of roles and their stories and advice for success
The Research Committee proposes research questions related to professional development, induction, and teacher preparation
Information on how to submit your emerging issue and also the Karen King Advocacy Award session at the upcoming Annual Conference
Congratulations to the newly elected board member-at-large
Information about and recent happenings for AMTE's affiliates
Executive Director, Shari Stockero, provides updates from AMTE's Board of Directors, including information on long-term goals for the organization
AMTE 2021 Annual Conference
The 25th Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators will be held virtually February 11-13 and 18-20, 2021.
Call for Chapter Proposals: Professional Book Series, Volume 5
AMTE seeks chapter proposals for its new book, Reflection on Past, Present and Future: Paving the Way for the Future of Mathematics Teacher Education, that will serve as a resource to guide the future of mathematics teacher education and move the field forward. We seek proposals from a wide audience of individuals who grapple with how best to prepare and support teachers to teach mathematics.
Deadline for chapter proposals: January 18, 2021
The Mathematics Teacher Educator Journal
Check out MTE's September 2020 issue and recent podcasts.
The CITE-Math Journal welcomes new Editorial Panel member Jason Silverman. His term begins immediately and concludes February 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.
- Susan Swars Auslander, Georgia State University, firstname.lastname@example.org (2020-2022)
- Rebecca Dibbs, Texas A & M Commerce, email@example.com (2019-2022)
- Ann Wallace, James Madison University, firstname.lastname@example.org (2019-2022)
- Sheryl Stump, Ball State University, email@example.com (2020-2023)
- Christine Trinter, University of Notre Dame, firstname.lastname@example.org (2020-2023)