Supplementary Materials for AMTE Standards

This set of materials provide activities and tasks for mathematics teacher educators and programs to make direct connections to the AMTE Standards, and can be implemented in mathematics content or methods courses.  The materials have been reviewed by the AMTE Publications Review and Professional Development committees to ensure strong alignment with the AMTE Standards.

Mathematics Identity

Resource materials to support mathematics teacher educators in helping mathematics teacher candidates’ to explore their mathematics identity and how to support students in developing a positive mathematics identity.

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Supporting Elementary Teacher Candidates’ Ability to Design and Apply Problem-Solving Tasks

These materials are designed for elementary mathematics teacher candidates’ understanding of how to design, apply, and refine problem-solving  tasks that are grounded in asset-oriented ways and begin with what children already know. 

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Preparing Teachers of Addition and Subtraction

For developing elementary mathematics teacher candidates’ content and pedagogical knowledge relating to operations and algebraic thinking, specifically structures of addition and subtraction.

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Preparing Teachers to Notice Student Thinking Through a Task-based Interview Module

For developing mathematics teacher candidates’ knowledge and skills for attending to, interpreting, and responding to student thinking in a way that uses students’ current understandings and methods as a basis for instruction.

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Preparing Teachers of Mathematics with Digital Instructional Materials

For developing mathematics teacher candidates’ knowledge and skills for selecting, planning, and enacting a variety of technology to support and facilitate effective mathematics teaching.

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Preparing Teachers of Mathematics with a Math Work Station Project

For developing mathematics teacher candidates’ knowledge and skills for planning and creating a math work station, observing how students engage with mathematics at the station, and reflecting on students’ mathematical thinking.

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