The Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators - North Carolina affiliate is the professional organization of mathematics teacher educators at the district and university level across the state of North Carolina.
The goals of AMTE-NC are to:
Facilitate communication and collaboration among mathematics teacher educators within all educational levels;
Coordinate activities and work collaboratively with other associations, organizations, and governmental (national, state, and local) units to strengthen the mathematical, pedagogical, and clinical preparation of mathematics teachers at all levels (P-college);
Facilitate collaboration among mathematics teacher educators who are members of different academic units, such as departments of mathematics and departments of education;
Promote leadership among mathematics teacher educators in the broader mathematics education community;
Encourage research related to mathematics teacher education, especially which identifies factors that contribute to improving the preparation and professional development of mathematics teachers at all levels;
Encourage and organize programs and meetings focusing in issues related to the preparation and professional development of mathematics teachers; and
Foster the incorporation of appropriate technology into teacher education programs and professional development opportunities in mathematics at all levels (PK - College).
AMTE-NC Business Meeting @ NCCTM 2023 and Up Next: AMTE National Conference 2024
Thanks for those who attended our business meeting at NCCTM 2023 at the Benton Convention in Winston-Salem in November. Stay tuned here for updates about AMTE-NC members meeting up and supporting one another at the AMTE 2024 conference.
Pre-Service Teacher Poster Session was BACK @ NCCTM 2023!
We were excited to host the Pre-Service Teacher Poster session at NCCTM 2023. See the Fall 2023 member newsletter for a recap on the event.
Science of Math
Is the Science of Math being recommended in your context? AMTE-NC collaborated with colleagues across the state to understand the research behind this movement and develop responses to some of the Science of Math Claims. Responses include articles and resources that support high-quality, equitable mathematics instruction and can help educators and instructional leaders respond appropriately. Please complete the following form to request more information about our collaboration: https://forms.gle/94uUvrkxffpy7BXr7