Winter 2022

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The Winter 2022 issue provides information on our approaching AMTE 2023 Annual Conference— we hope to see you February 2-4 in New Orleans, LA! Read about the pre-conference opportunity emphasizing recruitment and equity within secondary mathematics teacher preparation. Be sure to check out the President’s message focused on our inspiring AMTE community, the Board of Directors' update, and information on applying to the organization’s Executive Director position. This issue also includes updates related to: the journals MTE and Cite-Math, election results, award recipients, podcasts, Affiliates, and the Tech Talk Blog.      

Susan Swars Auslander, Connections Editor 

The Many Notes of AMTE


See you soon at the Annual Conference in New Orleans, LA, February 2-4, 2023!

Additional information about the upcoming Annual Conference 


Specific information is provided on this pre-conference opportunity. 

Awardees will be recognized at the upcoming Annual Conference. 

Congratulations to the newly elected board members

Perspectives on Practice: A new way to engage in a Mathematics Teacher Educator conversation

Check out the latest articles and information on submitting your manuscript.   

Find information on the latest Teaching Math Teaching and MTE podcasts. 

Read the new blog Preservice Teachers’ Perceptions of How Virtual Manipulatives Promote Equity.

Read about recent happenings for AMTE's affiliates in Maryland, Nevada, New York, and Wisconsin.  

Review of applications begins February 28, 2023

Executive Director, Shari Stockero, shares organization highlights and opportunities from AMTE's Board of Directors. 

Grant Opportunities from CPM Educational Program

Outstanding Dissertation in Mathematics Education Award ($30,000)

Exploratory Research in Mathematics Education Award ($50,000)

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