AMTE Member Bulletin Board

An Informal Space for AMTE Members

The AMTE Bulletin board is a place for AMTE members to share information about professional development opportunities or mathematics education projects (e.g., events, calls for participation in other professional organizations, resources). Posts are ordered by submission date (most recent first).

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Submitted by: LaniKinzel
Posted: Sep 18, 2017


Submitted by: RHudson
Posted: Aug 18, 2017

Enhancing Statistics Teacher Education with E-Modules [ESTEEM] Workshop for Mathematics Teacher Educators
Houston, Texas
Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Are secondary teachers from your institution prepared to meet the curricular demands of teaching content in data analysis and statistics?

Submitted by: joechampion
Posted: May 26, 2017

Sponsored by the American Statistical Association and based on the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Statistics Education (GAISE): A Pre-K–12 Curriculum Framework, MWM is for middle- and high-school mathe

Submitted by: thendrix
Posted: Apr 17, 2017

From Rebecca Nichols, Director of Education at ASA:

I am pleased to invite you to participate in the next ASA K-12 Statistics Education Webinar scheduled for Wednesday, April 19 at 5:30 pm Eastern Time (2:30 pm Pacific).  

Submitted by: HLee
Posted: Dec 2, 2016

In Spring 2017 (Jan 9-April 26), the following graduate course will be taught by Dr. Hollylynne Lee at NC State completely online.  The course is cross listed as a statistics and mathematics education course. 

EMS/ST 519 Teaching and Learning Statistical Thinking    3 graduate credits

Submitted by: joechampion
Posted: Nov 21, 2016

A thoughtful and timely message about the role of mathematics educators in the present political environment:

Submitted by: lkcallis
Posted: Oct 15, 2016

Do you teach math classes for elementary teachers? Your participation in a nationwide survey on instructional practices and curriculum used in these courses is needed.

To access the survey, please click here:

Submitted by: Richard_Rasiej
Posted: Mar 29, 2016

Recently, I began creating and developing the infrastructure for a new type of math contest called The SumThingsUp Challenge (inspired by The Flame Challenge of the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at the State University of New York at Stony Brook).  In this contest, mathematicians will compete to answer questions that might typically be asked by curious 3rd, 4th

Submitted by: HLee
Posted: Mar 8, 2016

Teaching Statistics Through Data Investigations is a free online course with many resources for preparing middle and secondary teachers to teach statistics. Registration is free.

Submitted by: JLee
Posted: Mar 3, 2016

NCTM Affiliates Services Committee (ASC) will present a webinar on Tuesday, March 29th, 2016 at 4pm Eastern Time. Learn how to create an NCTM Student Affiliate from several student affiliate advisors and the resources to help support your student affiliate.  There will opportunity for Q&A.

Submitted by: michelecarney
Posted: Dec 26, 2015

We are forming a group of individuals interested in synthesizing the literature on quantitative tools in mathematics education that can be used at-scale to examine student- and teacher-related outcomes. If you are interested in participating please complete this very short survey:

Submitted by: JHiebert
Posted: Dec 8, 2015

The School of Education at the University of Delaware will host a working conference for U.S. faculty on mathematics preparation for K-8 teachers, June 6-8, 2016. All expenses (except two dinners) will be paid by a grant from the National Science Foundation.

Submitted by: ekrupa
Posted: Nov 20, 2015

The Department of Mathematical Sciences at Montclair State University will be hosting a webinar for its Ph.D. Program in Mathematics Education. It will be held on Tuesday, December 8th from 8:30—9:30pm.

Submitted by: FFennell
Posted: Nov 17, 2015

The House will formally vote to go to conference on an NCLB overhaul. Sen. Lamar Alexander is hopeful that lawmakers can get a compromise bill to President Obama by December. (The Hill)