Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators 2017 Annual AMTE Conference; Orlando, FL

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DR K-12 Presenters:

  • Tutita Casa and Madelyn Colonnese, University of Connecticut (Project: A Task Force on Conceptualizing Elementary Mathematical Writing: Implications for Mathematics Education Stakeholders)
  • Ashley Scroggins, University of Colorado; Frances Harper, Michigan State University; Courtney Koestler, Ohio University; Joel Amidon, University of Mississippi; Anita Wager, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Mary Foote, Queens College, CUNY (Project: Access, Agency, and Allies in Mathematical Systems (A3IMS))
  • AnnaMarie Conner, Hyejin Park, Bolanle Salaam, Yuling Zhuang, and Jonathan Foster, University of Georgia; Carlos Nicolas Gomez, Clemson University (Project: CAREER: Learning to Support Productive Collective Argumentation in Secondary Mathematics Classes)
  • Laura Bofferding, Mahtob Aqazade, and Sherri Farmer, Purdue University (Project: CAREER: Leveraging Contrasting Cases to Investigate Integer Understanding)
  • Lisa Skultety and Gloriana Gonzalez, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Project: CAREER: Noticing and Using Students' Prior Knowledge in Problem-Based Instruction)
  • Michelle Cirillo and Jenifer Hummer, University of Delaware; Dana Cox, Miami University (Project: CAREER: Proof in Secondary Classrooms: Decomposing a Central Mathematical Practice)
  • Kimberly Conner, Christina Sheffel, and Corey Webel, University of Missouri (Project: From Elementary Generalist to Mathematics Specialist: Examining Teacher Practice and Student Outcomes in Departmental and Self-Contained Models)
  • Shari Stockero, Michigan Technological University; Laura R. Van Zoest, Western Michigan University; Annick Rougee, University of Michigan; Keith Leatham and Blake Peterson, Brigham Young University (Project: Leveraging MIPOs: Developing a Theory of Productive Use of Student Mathematical Thinking (Collaborative Research))
  • Timothy Boerst, Meghan Shaughnessy, and Deborah Loewenberg Ball, University of Michigan (Project: Strengthening the Quality, Design and Usability of Simulations as Assessments of Teaching Practice)
  • Ian Whitacre and Kelly Findley, Florida State University; Karina Hensberry, University of South Florida Saint Petersburg (Project: Teaching and Learning Algebraic Thinking Across the Middle Grades: A Research-based Approach Using PhET Interactive Simulations)
  • Amy Hewitt, Naomi Jessup, and Vicki Jacobs, University of North Carolina at Greensboro (Project: Theorizing and Advancing Teachers' Responsive Decision Making in the Domain of Rational Numbers)