MSU Math Ed at 2018 AMTE Conference

  • Feb 5, 2018

Several mathematics education faculty and graduate students will be traveling this week to Houston, Texas to present at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE).

Those presenting include Tonya Bartell, Gail Burrill, Sunghwan Byun, Corey Drake, Christopher Dubbs, AJ Edson, Beth Herbel-Eisenmann, Betty Phillips, and Yvonne Grant from the Connected Mathematics Project. The conference will be held Thursday, February 8 through Saturday, February 10 at the Westin Galleria.

The Annual AMTE Conference provides inclusive opportunities for a diverse community of mathematics educators to share current research and practice findings. AMTE engages with other organizations, provides an active webinar series, administers the STaR program for early-career faculty, produces books, monographs, standards documents, two journals, and a quarterly newsletter, and recognizes and honors those who make special contributions to the field.

MSU presentations are listed below. See more details in the conference program.

 

MSU Presentations:

Thursday, February 8

2:45-3:45 pm

PREPARING MATHEMATICS TEACHER EDUCATORS TO ADVOCATE AND RESPOND TO EMERGING ISSUES

Session 29 (Plaza I)

Corey Drake, Michigan State University

M.Kathleen Heid, Pennsylvania State University

Kevin McLeod, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Christopher Jett, University of West Georgia

 

2:45-3:45 pm

MATHEMATICS TEACHER EDUCATORS’ RESPONSIBILITIES AND ROLES IN ADVOCATING FOR LGBTQQ+ STUDENTS, TEACHERS, AND UNIVERSITY COLLEAGUES

Session 33 (Galleria I)

Courtney Koestler, OHIO Center for Equity

Kyle Stephen Whipple, University of Minnesota

Christopher Dubbs, Michigan State University

Judith E. Jacobs, JEJMath

 

2:45-3:45 pm

AMTE EQUITY COMMITTEE EXPLORATION: TO WHAT EXTENT ARE AMTE MEMBERS ADDRESSING/MEETING INDICATORS TOWARD EQUITY?

Session 34 (Galleria II and III)

Marta Civil, University of Arizona

Tonya Bartell, Michigan State University

Erika Bullock, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Anthony Fernandes, University of North Carolina Charlotte

 

 

Friday, February 9

9:15-10:15 am

SEEING POWER AND WHITENESS: A CRITICAL SELF-EXAMINATION ON THE DESIGN OF EQUITY-ORIENTED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Session 74 (Galleria I)

Beth Herbel-Eisenmann, Michigan State University

Sunghwan Byun, Michigan State University

Courtney Koestler, OHIO Center for Equity

Tonya Bartell, Michigan State University

 

10:30-11:45 am

BUILDING CONCEPT IMAGES OF CORE ALGEBRAIC IDEAS:

IMPLICATIONS FOR TEACHER PREPARATION

Session 95 (Westchester)

Thomas Dick, Oregon State University

Gail Burrill, Michigan State University

Rose Mary Zbiek, Pennsylvania State University

 

1-2 pm

Poster Session, Monarch Room (24th Floor)

C27. SUPPORTING TEACHER REFLECTION ON UNCONSCIOUS BIAS THROUGH CLASSROOM

OBSERVATIONS

Daniel Lee Reinholz, San Diego State University

Beth Herbel-Eisenmann, Michigan State University

 

2-3 pm

INSCRIPTIONS: DEVELOPING, RECORDING, AND COMMUNICATING MATHEMATICAL UNDERSTANDINGS

Alden Jack Edson, Michigan State University

Elizabeth Phillips, Michigan State University

Yvonne Grant, Connected Mathematics Project