AMTE Virtual Institute

AMTE Virtual Institute

October 19, 2022

The 2022 AMTE Virtual Institute: Unpacking the Hidden Curriculum of Being a Mathematics Teacher Educator occurred on October 19th.  During this event participates engaged in a diverse group of mathematics teacher educators and explored the following topics:

  • Navigating the Job Market

  • Teaching and the Scholarship of Teaching

  • Establishing a Research Trajectory

  • Productivity and Wellness

  • Advocacy, DEI, & Equity-Centered Mathematics Education Research

  • Service to the Profession

Link to video recordings of the Virtual Institute presentations (Member login required): LINK

Institute Schedule and Presenters


Time (Eastern)

Session Topics



10:30 - 10:50


Megan Burton, AMTE President

Professional Development Committee

Job Search

11:00 - 11:50

Navigating the Job Market

Eric Cordero-Siy, Boston University

Ruby L. Ellis, North Carolina State University

Johnna Bolyard, West Virginia University

Lynsey Gibbons, University of Delaware

Christopher Parrish, University of South Alabama

Jessica Ivy, Bellarmine University

Erin Baldinger, University of Minnesota


12:00 - 12:50

MTE Teaching & Scholarship in Teaching

Jennifer Wolfe, The University of Arizona


1:00 - 1:50

Developing a Research Trajectory

Mathew Felton-Koestler, Ohio University





Productivity & Wellness

2:10 - 3:00

Productivity & Wellness

Eugenia Vomvoridi-Ivanovic, University of South Florida

Advocacy & DEI

3:10 - 4:00

Advocacy, DEI, Equity-centered Math Education Research

Toya Jones-Frank, George Mason University


4:10 - 5:00

Service to the Profession

Dorothy Y. White, University of Georgia


5:10 - 5:40

AMTE Committee Showcase

VPs from each Division:

  • Membership (Lisa Poling)
  • Professional Learning (Jennifer Suh)
  • Publications (Babette Benken)
  • Advocacy, Equity, & Research (Crystal Kalinec-Craig)
  • Communications & Outreach (Joel Amidon)
  • AMTE Headquarters (Shari Stockero)


5:50 - 6:20

Continuing the Conversation

Breakout room for each strand and Division

(2 rotations- 15 minutes each)


6:20 - 6:30

Closing Remarks