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: Jun 3, 2020

The following list of resources was provided by Marilyn Strutchens, Auburn University.

Aguirre, J.M., Mayfield-Ingram, & Martin, D.B. (2013) The impact of identity in K-8 mathematics: rethinking equity-based practices. Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Submitted by: bbenken
Posted: May 6, 2020

Hello everyone! Wanted to let you know about an online resource for your methods and/or content courses (any level, K-20). The NROC Project has ready to go developmental math and algebra courses ready to use for remediation and/or placement and other web-based tools (e.g., personalized learning paths, videos) that cover numerous levels of math content.

Submitted by: MSteele
Posted: Apr 28, 2020

Hi folks,

The Mathematical Association of America (MAA) has put forward a statement on COVID-19 response that provides recommendations for course expectations, virtual teaching, grades, course evaluations, and tenure and promotion.  This may be useful to folks in institutions of higher education as you advocate for equitable policies for both your colleagues and your students.

Submitted by: KHollebrands
Posted: Apr 16, 2020

Dear Mathematics Teacher Educators, 

Are you teaching a course for middle or high school mathematics teachers? 

Come learn about our free, online, technology-based activities for teachers that focus on functions and  geometric transformations. They are easy to use in an online class.

Submitted by: stockero
Posted: Mar 20, 2020

The University of Kentucky shares some strategies for how they are dealing with Field Experiences and Student Teaching.

Submitted by: HLee
Posted: Mar 18, 2020

As a rapid response to COVID-19, and to assist faculty in supporting online instruction in undergraduate and graduate mathematics education courses, Hollylynne Lee, professor of mathematics and statistics education at NC State, will be opening and facilita

Submitted by: haallmon
Posted: Mar 16, 2020

For those of you having to make the transition to online classes this semester, consider using the materials developed by the ESTEEM project.

Submitted by: stockero
Posted: Mar 13, 2020
Submitted by: HLee
Posted: Mar 12, 2020

Over a decade's worth of materials developed by the Preparing to Teach Mathematics with Technology project are available in the FREE PTMT portal. Both instructors and college students can enroll to access materials. The PTMT materials include several units that help teachers consider math ideas, good pedagogy, and learn skills with different technology.

Submitted by: haallmon
Posted: Mar 12, 2020

For those of you having to make the transition to online classes this semester, consider using the materials developed by the ESTEEM project.

Submitted by: marycandaceraygoza
Posted: Mar 12, 2020

Our research and teaching praxis centers around striving to humanize education -- in the Saint Mary’s Single Subject Teacher Education program, we teach a class called Humanizing Education Methods. We offer this resource based on scholarship on teaching practices for equity and social justice and our collective experiences of online and hybrid teaching.

Submitted by: mzavala
Posted: Mar 12, 2020

Are you a student of mathematics education at the graduate, undergraduate, or teacher credential level, and are you graduating at the end of this school year? Do you know someone who fits the description? We'd like to hear from you, our up and coming leaders in mathematics education.

Submitted by: kwkosko
Posted: Mar 11, 2020

As many of you are aware, several institutions spanning multiple states in the U.S. are transitioning to all of their courses moving to online due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Submitted by: thendrix
Posted: Mar 11, 2020

As many institutions are making decisions about how to proceed with the semester during the concerns about coronavirus, many of us are faced with having to teach classes asynchronously and online. This is a new environment for many of us as well, and our courses were not designed for these environments.