Summer 2022

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Our Summer 2022 issue provides a collection of thematic articles focused on integration across disciplines and areas in mathematics teacher education. There are also articles on bridging the gap between coursework and fieldwork and on the CBMS forum on mathematics pathways, as well as a featured piece from 2022 Early Career Award Winner Cathery Yeh. You will find information on current opportunities in AMTE: serving and leading in the organization, publishing in the Professional Book Series and CITE-Math, and recognizing others through awards. Read the latest message from our President, as well as information about two recently approved joint statements, the AMTE 2023 Conference, TMT podcasts, and Affiliates.    

Susan Swars Auslander, Connections Editor

Learning from Elementary Math Routines


This collection of articles focuses on integrating across disciplines and areas in mathematics teacher education.     

Cathery Yeh, University of Texas at Austin

Learning in Community 

Lara Jasien, CPM Educational Program & Lisa Amick, Univ. of Kentucky

Five suggestions are offered for bridging this gap in mathematics methods courses.  

Get ready for the Annual Conference in New Orleans, LA in February 2023!

Mike Steele, Past President, AMTE

A report from the CBMS forum on mathematics pathways

Consider applying to be Vice President for Professional Learning or Vice President for Membership. Application deadline is very soon: July 27.  

Consider nominating yourself or another member for Secretary or Board Member-at-Large. Nomination deadline is very soon: June 15.

Nominations for AMTE’s 2022-2023 Awards are due very soon! 

Learn about submitting to CITE-Math!  

Check out the call for proposals for AMTE Professional Book Series, Vol. 6 (due Sept. 15).

Find information on the latest Teaching Math Teaching podcasts. 

Read about recent happenings for AMTE's affiliates. 

Executive Director, Shari Stockero, shares two joint statements recently approved by the Board.  


Connections is a quarterly online publication of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators. The newsletter offers a peer-reviewed opportunity for members to disseminate information to the mathematics teacher education community.


Editorial Panel