AMTE's Winter & Spring 2018 Webinars

January 16, 2018

Materials for Practice-based Teacher Education (4 part Series)

Session 3: Addressing Opportunities to Learn in Clinical Settings (AMTE Standard P.4)


This third session of the four part webinar series focuses on AMTE Indicator P.4.2: Sequence School-Based Experiences. Wendy Aaron (Oregon State University) presents 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) asks 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.


Wendy Aaron, Oregon State University; Anticipating, Enacting, and Reflecting on High Leverage Instructional Practices

Rob Wieman, Rowan University; Launching Rich Tasks: A LessonSketch Module for Teachers and Teacher Educators

Joel Amidon, University of Mississippi; Predicting and Representing a Problem Solving Interview

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February 2018 (tentative)

AMTE Standards: Recruitment and Retention


March 27, 2018

Materials for Practice-based Teacher Education (4 part Series)

Session 4: Addressing Opportunities to Learn to Teach Mathematics (AMTE Standard P.3)


This fourth and final part of the LR+D webinar series focuses on AMTE Indicator P.3.1 (Address Deep and Meaningful Mathematics Content Knowledge) and Elaboration HS.7 (Mathematical Content Preparation of Teachers of Mathematics at the High School Level). Orly Buchbinder (University of New Hampshire) presents two modules that focus on the roles of examples in proving. Bill Zahner (San Diego State University) focuses on PSTs’ understanding of exponents and “rules that expire.” Emina Alibegovic (Rowland Hall-St. Marks) shares an undergraduate-level geometry course designed around three modules: axiomatic development, transformational geometry, and similarity and area.


Orly Buchbinder, University of New Hampshire; Argumentation

Bill Zahner, San Diego State University; Defining Exponents

Emina Alibegovic, Rowland Hall-St. Marks School; Geometry for Teachers