2023 Annual AMTE Conference

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

2023 AMTE Annual Conference  New Orleans, LA   February 2-4, 2023

Astor Crowne Plaza - French Quarter



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

The Proposal Submission window closed on May 15, 2022.

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At a Glance

  1. The conference begins at 8:00 AM on Thursday, February 2, 2023.
  2. Sessions run all day Thursday and Friday, and during the morning on Saturday.
  3. The conference ends at 1:30 PM on Saturday.

Program Changes


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      Conference registration fees differ by date and membership status, with the opportunity to join or renew during registration.


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      (by Sept 30, 2022)

      (by Nov 30, 2022)

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      Featured Sessions

      Opening Session (Thursday Morning, 8:15-10:00 am): Uniting to Advocate for Teachers and the Teaching Profession


      In this session leaders from professional organizations in several content areas address the following topics: What are some efforts to deprofessionalize education in their content areas? What are some implications and consequences to students, teacher candidates, educators, and communities in areas where these efforts to deprofessionalize and dehumanize education are taking place? What are some ways to value and support teachers (preservice and in classrooms) and teacher educators? How can we work together through intentional and strategic cross-disciplinary collaborations to advocate for teachers and teacher educators? 

      Malcolm B. Butler

      Univ of North Carolina, Charlotte

      Sara Demoiny

      Auburn University


      Enrique Galindo

      Indiana University, Bloomington

      Betina Hsieh

      Cal State University, Long Beach (Joining Virtually)

      Luz Maldonado Rodriguez

      Texas State Univ, San Marcos

      Judith Jacobs Lecture (Friday Afternoon, 5:15-6:45 pm)

      Grappling with the Tensions Between Building Foundations and Encouraging Change: What Does it Mean to Belong to X? (Where X might be Research Orientation, a Thought Group or AMTE.)

      Description: How do we understand and learn from the past while continuing to evolve?  Drawing upon commitments and examples from my career, I will address the challenges we experience as we seek to grow while simultaneously building upon the scholarly traditions, ideas, and organizations that serve as the foundations on which we find traction to move forward.  

      Randy Philipp is professor emeritus of mathematics education and the interim director of the School of Teacher Education at San Diego State University, where he is also a member and former director of SDSU’s Center for Research in Mathematics and Science Education (CRMSE). His research interests have included studying teachers’ beliefs and mathematical content knowledge, the effects on prospective and practicing teachers of integrating mathematics content and students’ mathematical thinking, mapping a trajectory for the evolution of elementary school teachers engaged in sustained professional development, and studying students’ integer sense. His service activities include co-chair of the AERA SIG-RME, co-chair of AERA’s Division C Section 2 Annual Meeting, and more recently, president of AMTE. He began his professional career as a teacher in Fissebu, Liberia (West Africa) for the U.S. Peace Corps and in the Los Angeles area.


      Hotel Reservations

      AMTE's Conference Room Block is FULL.

      Astor Crowne Plaza - French Quarter

      Questions about the conference can be directed to conferencecommittee@amte.net. To inquire about an existing hotel reservation, please contact the hotel directly.