AMTE Member Bulletin Board

An Informal Space for AMTE Members

The AMTE Bulletin board is a place for AMTE members to share information about professional development opportunities or mathematics education projects (e.g., events, calls for participation in other professional organizations, resources). Posts are ordered by submission date and are displayed for 1 year.

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Submitted by: stockero
Posted: Mar 4, 2021

Teachers’ Perspectives of Strength-Based Mathematics Learning Before, and During the Pandemic

Part 7 in the webinar series, “Moving Forward in the Midst of a Pandemic: International Lessons for Math Teachers”

Hosted by the U.S. National Commission on Mathematics Instruction – National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

Submitted by: stockero
Posted: Feb 26, 2021

Drs. Orly Buchbinder and Nick Wasserman have initial acceptance for a Special Issue (SI) of Research in Mathematics Education (RME), for which they would serve as guest editors.

Submitted by: stockero
Posted: Feb 24, 2021

16th International Conference of The Mathematics Education for the Future Project: B

Submitted by: ericalitke
Posted: Feb 3, 2021

Opportunity for Mathematics Education Graduate Students attending AMTE 2021

Submitted by: stockero
Posted: Jan 20, 2021

Budapest Semesters in Mathematics Education (BSME) is a study abroad program in Budapest, Hungary, designed for undergraduates, recent graduates, and in-service teachers interested in the learning and teaching of secondary mathematics.

Submitted by: stockero
Posted: Jan 20, 2021

The National Science Foundation (NSF) is beginning the process of updating its Strategic Plan.

Submitted by: squebecfuentes
Posted: Dec 14, 2020

The International Consortium for Research in Science and Mathematics Education (ICRSME) is hosting a virtual conference on Saturday, March 20, 2020. Use the link ( for more information about the conference, registration, and presentation proposal submission.

Submitted by: kwkosko
Posted: Nov 9, 2020

Have you taught a mathematics or science methods course in the past two years?

Please consider taking our 5 minute survey on prevalence of using representations of practice (such as videos) in Mathematics & Science Methods.

Submitted by: stockero
Posted: Nov 6, 2020

The American Mathematical Society (AMS) has developed a collection of activities to help graduate program leaders connect with each other and to help foster diversity in the mathematical sciences at the graduate level. It’s called paraDIGMS (Diversity in Graduate Mathematical Sciences).

Submitted by: Richard_Rasiej
Posted: Sep 22, 2020

Back on July 27 I posted an announcement about a project funded by the Math Initiative at USC Rossier ( to design and build a prototype of an online video expert capable of answering a variety of conceptual and pedagogical questions arising from within the domain of fractions.

Submitted by: aknotts
Posted: Sep 3, 2020

Are you an Algebra 1 math teacher?  WestEd, a non-profit educational research agency, would like to invite teachers of 8th grade Algebra 1 to access FREE distance learning online software resources that may be able to support your students’ in-class/at-home Algebra learning. The Graspable Mathematics (GM) software is a digital algebra notation tool that allows students to dynamically

Submitted by: Richard_Rasiej
Posted: Jul 27, 2020

The Math Initiative at USC Rossier ( has funded a project to design and build a prototype of an online video expert capable of answering a variety of conceptual and pedagogical questions arising from within the domain of fractions.

Submitted by: hhowell
Posted: Jul 13, 2020

ETS is currently recruiting teacher educators who will be teaching elementary mathematics or science methods courses in the fall 2020 semester to participate in a new NSF-funded study (#2032179). The study will provide simulated teaching practice through the Mursion® virtual environment to pre-service elementary teachers (PSETs) enrolled in your methods course.

Submitted by: elmann
Posted: Jul 6, 2020

I received the following from a colleague in Germany a few days ago.and was encouraged to share it with others. 


Dear friends and colleagues in Mathematics Education in Germany,