AMTE Webinars

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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Monday, May 10, 3-4:00 pm Eastern time

Presenters: Nina Bailey, University of North Carolina at Charlotte and Demet Yalman Ozen, Middle Tennessee State University

Description: We will introduce a framework for noticing students’ mathematical thinking in a technology-mediated environment. We will share preliminary results from prospective secondary mathematics teachers’ pre- and post-noticing assessment on a technological task in which secondary students explore vertical asymptotes.


Tuesday, April 13, 2021, 7-8:00 pm Eastern time

Presenter: Angela T. Barlow, Editor-in-Chief, Mathematics Teacher: Learning & Teaching PK-12

Description: Bridging research to practice is often at the forefront of our work as mathematics teacher educators (MTEs). As a result, NCTM’s practitioner journal, Mathematics Teacher: Learning & Teaching PK-12 (MTLT), represents a potential journal for disseminating our work. But when our ideas are inspired by the learning of preservice/inservice teachers, how do we write a manuscript that supports the learning of PK-12 students? In this webinar, I will provide insights into writing for MTLT, specifically giving attention to ideas drawn from MTEs’ work with teachers as the learners.


Thursday, April 8, 2021, 3-4:00 pm Eastern time

Presenters: Jean Lee, University of Indianapolis; Tim Hendrix, Meredith College; Gary Martin, Auburn University; Amy Roth McDuffie, Washington State University; and Glenn Waddell, University of Nevada, Reno

Description: Are you interested in improving recruitment into mathematics teacher education? Join AMTE’s Get the Facts Out (GFO) task force to learn about teacher recruitment resources that have been developed as part of an NSF-funded partnership between the Colorado School of Mines and four national societies: Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, American Physical Society, American Chemical Society, and American Association of Physics Teachers. The GFO project is focused on addressing teacher shortages in high-need STEM disciplines. The GFO materials are free to use and have undergone extensive user-testing. The task force is creating mathematics-focused versions of the GFO materials.

Please register for the event using this form. A Zoom link will be sent to registered participants prior to the event.


July 29, 2020, 3-4:00 pm Eastern time

Presenters: Erin Altier, University of South Florida and Wharton High School; Jaeden Ayala, University of South Florida; Dr. Michelle Cirillo, University of Delaware; Dr. Cara Haines, Vanderbilt University; Dr. Farshid Safi, University of Central Florida; Dr. John Staley, Baltimore Public Schools; Jonathan Wray, Howard County Public School System

Description: We hope you will join us for a webinar featuring a panel around Learning to Teach in the Midst of a Pandemic: Voices of Stakeholders. In the webinar we will hear the experiences and reflections of pre-service teachers, and those in the field supporting the learning of pre-service teachers, about the shifts that teacher preparation programs will need to make to continue to provide quality teacher preparation given the pandemic conditions that are pushing learning online. We anticipate the AMTE community will be able to use insights gained from these perspectives to improve how teacher preparation programs respond to the needs that pre-service teachers have in this unprecedented time.


Wednesday, April 22, 2020, 1-2:00 pm EDT

Presenters: Frances K. Harper, Zachary Stumbo, and Nicholas Kim, University of Tennessee, Knoxville;

Description: Join AMTE's National Technology Leadership Initiative (NTLI) Fellowship recipients as they share and discuss a project designed for methods courses to support PSTs to plan and teach mathematics lessons that leverage both transdisciplinary STEAM connections and students’ community funds of knowledge. Participants will follow a group of PSTs through the project and then brief results from research on the relationship between STEAM and community connections in PSTs’ mathematics lessons will be shared.



Wednesday, Mar 18, 2020 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT

Part 1: Online Content Delivery: Lessons Learned from Studying Flipped Instruction (2-2:30 pm EDT)

Presenter: Zandra De Araujo, University of Missouri
Description: We’ll share what we’ve learned about using videos to deliver math content and propose some novel ways to use video to engage students.


Part 2: Asynchronous online instruction: Triage in the era of COVID19 (2:30-3:00 pm EDT)

Presenters: Jennifer Chauvot, University of Houston; Chrystal Dean, Appalachian State University; Stephen Pape, John Hopkins University; Jason Silverman, Drexel University
Description: This webinar will provide overview material for faculty moving their instruction online. Please see the AMTE Online Mathematics Education Taskforce materials for more in-depth information.





Tuesday, Mar 17, 2020 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT

Part 1: Engaging Students Online with Zoom (2-2:30 pm EDT)


Kathleen Pitvorec, University of Illinois at Chicago & Mary Jo Tavormina, University of Illinois at Chicago
Description: We will share our content management and community engagement strategies using the Zoom platform, as well as some of the online tools that have worked well.

  Part 2: Synchronous Online Teaching Strategies (2:30-3:00 pm EDT)

Presenter: Theresa Elvira Wills, George Mason University
Description: Learn how to turn your F2F classroom into an engaging, interactive, and student led online classroom.  Use the same pedagogy such as turn and talk, small groups, summarizing ideas on a poster, math talk, connecting and debating math strategies and representations through a synchronous class.  I have also responded to the Rapid Response Videos.  Many are on my youtube channel and twitter @theresawills


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Wednesday, Mar 25, 2020 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM PDT

Equitable K-14 pathways provide each and every student access and support that mathematically prepares them for their future. Recent reports call for changes in the mathematics students need to be college, career and citizenry ready, with greater emphasis on statistics and modeling. In this webinar, we examine course pathway design and implementation, and related policies and practices for K-12 and the first two years of college that effectively support each and every student to be mathematically prepared for their future, along with common pitfalls to avoid. We draw on recently released research and recommendations, including those from the current Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences (CBMS) High School to College Pathways Project and the recently released 2018 National Survey on Science and Mathematics Education (NSSME+) report.  


This webinar will look at the current status of novice mathematics teachers (those in their first five years of teaching) in the United States.  Using data from the 2018 NSSME+, findings about novice mathematics teachers’ characteristics, their preparation for teaching mathematics and ongoing learning opportunities, and the nature of the mathematics instruction they provide will be shared.  Participants will have an opportunity to consider these findings in relation to AMTE’s Standards for Preparing Teachers of Mathematics and reflect on implications for mathematics teacher education. 

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The increased importance of statistics in today's data-driven world is reflected in the increased level of statistics understanding expected of K-12 students according to the CCSS-M and state-level standards. Join us to learn about two projects focused on developing middle and secondary teachers' statistical knowledge for teaching, including free, research-based curriculum materials for use with preservice teachers. 

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