2018 MI-AMTE Conference
Conversations Among Colleagues
March 17, 2018
Conference is located at the EMU Student Center, 900 Oakwood St, Ypsilanti. MI. 48197
The 2018 MI-AMTE Conversations among Colleagues meeting continues a commitment to utilize the full range of experts available in K-16 education within the state of Michigan to share ideas about improving teaching and learning mathematics. The conference includes invited plenary sessions, participant working groups, and solicited talks related to the conference theme.
This year's conference theme is The Teacher Development Continuum: Preservice through Early Career
The AMTE Standards for Preparing Teachers of Mathematics start from the assumption that the development of teachers' content and teaching knowledge, skills, and dispositions occurs over a career-long trajectory, known as the Teacher Development Continuum. In this conference, we will examine and discuss this continuum, with a focus on the time frame from Preservice through Early Career. Presentations and discussion will address this from both research and practice perspectives.
Stephanie Casey (Co-chair), Carla Tayeh (Co-chair), Kristen Bieda, AJ Edson, Adam Eide, Eric Mann, Laura McLeman, and Valerie Mills.
About Conversations among Colleagues
Conversations among Colleagues was designed in 2003-2004 to facilitate conversations between and among mathematicians, mathematics educators and leaders in mathematics education. The day-long meeting consists of talks and conversations related to mathematics education and the preparation and continuing professional development of teachers of mathematics Pre K-College . In 2015, the Conversations Among Colleagues became the official conference of the Michigan Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (MI-AMTE).
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