Join Jennifer Lovett, Lara Dick, Allison McCulloch, and Milan Sherman as they share a module designed for methods courses to deepen PSTs’ understanding of the concept of function through examining authentic middle school students’ technological work.
As a benefit to members, AMTE sponsors professional webinars for mathematics teacher educators. The program features interactive presentations chosen by the AMTE Professional Development Committee.
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[Member Benefit] A video recording of the recent webinar by Orly Buchbinder, University of New Hampshire, Bill Zahner, San Diego State University, and Emina Alibegovic, Rowland Hall-St. Marks School, is now available for viewing.
AMTE’s Standards for Preparing Teachers of Mathematics remind us of the need to attract, nurture, retain, and graduate high-quality teacher of mathematics who represent the racial and ethnic demographics of the communities they will serve yet this goal remains elusive for many programs. This webinar took place on February 20, 2018 at 4:00-5:00 pm EST.
This third session of the four part webinar series focused on AMTE Indicator P.4.2: Sequence School-Based Experiences. Wendy Aaron (Oregon State University) presented her work which asks teachers to create anticipated depictions of a classroom lesson and then follow-up with a depiction of what actually occurs. Similarly, Joel Amidon (University of Mississippi) asked PSTs to create a prediction depiction of a one-on-one student interview on a mathematical task. Rob Wieman (Rowan University) has PSTs focus on launching a complex task with depictions in preparation for the enactment of the task in field placements. This webinar was on January 16, 2018 at 4:00-5:00pm EST
AMTE’s Affiliate Connections Committee is pleased to announce and invite all AMTE affiliate leaders to its Fall 2017 Affiliate Leaders Webinar, with the theme Building and Broadening Communities. The webinar will be held on Wednesday, November 15 from 1:00 – 2:00 PM EST.
Affiliate leaders are asked to register in advance of the November 15 webinar.
Presenters Marilyn Strutchens, Auburn University, and Dorothy White, University of Georgia present this webinar as part of a series of presentations on the AMTE Standards.
Many thanks to presenters Karl Kosko of Kent State University, Janet Walkoe of University of Maryland, Woong Lim of University of New Mexico, and Kristen Bieda of Michigan State University for their AMTE Webinar on October 25, 2017.
Daniel Chazan, University of Maryland; Overview of LR+D project ( DChazan@umd.edu) Lawrence Clark, University of Maryland; Supporting Students' Development of Productive Perceptions of their Mathematical Ability, https://sites.google.com/site/lessonsketchmodulelc/home Sandra Crespo, Michigan State University; Noticing Students’ Mathematical Strengths
The LessonSketch Research + Development Fellows Project: Developing Rich Media-based Materials for Practice-based Teacher Education (NSF Grant DRL–1316241), a joint project of the University of Maryland Center for Mathematics Education and the University of Michigan, explores how web-based resources and tools can be used to support the work of teacher educators. This first session will provide an overview of the the LR+D project and the 12 fellows who have recruited inquiry groups and created and piloted mathematics teacher education materials for use in a variety of courses in pre-service mathematics teacher education programs. This first webinar will focus on the social context of mathematics and learning (AMTE standard C.4). Sandra Crespo (Michigan State University) will present a module which focuses PSTs on noticing students mathematical strengths (C.4.3) and Lawrence Clark (University of Maryland) will present a scenario that forces PSTs to think about power, privilege and the history of mathematics education (C.4.4).
Archived video is now available for AMTE members to view a recent presentation by Mike Steele, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and Nicole Rigelman, Portland State University.