Special Interest Group: Mathematics Teacher Education
The Mathematics Teacher Educators SIG of the Association of Teacher Educators is a Special Interest Group of educators supporting each other in their common goal of studying those issues related to mathematics content, curriculum design and delivery, and research in the field.
The Mathematics Teacher Educators SIG will:
• Serve as a forum for sharing current research and experience with active on-going projects;
• Serve as a vehicle for disseminating information, research, and teaching experiences; and
• Serve as a networking support providing an opportunity for problem solving on classroom issues, teaching tips, and assessment techniques.
Created by Dr. David Arneson, Chairperson
Mathematics Teacher Educators SIG
Approved at ATE Chicago Feb 15, 2010
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A Special Interest Group (SIG) of the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE)
Call for Proposals for the ATE Annual Meeting, February 17-20, 2019, at the Hotel Sheraton Atlanta, in Atlanta, Georgia!
We would like to host three presentations at the SIG session as well as conduct a brief “organization” discussion. In order to have presenters listed in the program, it is imperative that proposals are submitted in a timely manner that meets the deadline.
The ATE conference theme for 2019 is Educators at the Forefront: New Dimensions for Clinical Preparation and Development of Educators; however, there are no restrictions on focus/theme for the SIG session. The focus of your presentation could be sharing research findings, describing an on-going mathematics project, best practices in your mathematics methods course, language and communication of mathematics, alignment with the new mathematics standards, or new ideas that you are exploring with your colleagues and students.
As there is no formal proposal form for SIGs, we ask for (1) title of presentation; (2) format/level of audience participation (3) brief description of content (no more than 50 words); and (4) names, titles and positions of presenters.
The proposals will be reviewed by a select committee of mathematics educator colleagues. The committee will give all proposals careful consideration and select promptly so that you may plan your professional development early for the 2018-19 academic year. We want to have the session and presenters listed in the ATE National Program, as there are “strict printing deadlines.”
We hope to continue building a networking group of mathematics educators who share ideas, issues, and practices that enrich the teaching/learning process for all. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact either one of us. The deadline for receipt of proposals is October 1, 2018.
|Dr. Regina Mistretta|
Dr. David Arneson
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