Teaching Math Teaching Podcast

Conversations with math teacher educators stepping into the role of teaching math teachers

About the show

Learning to teach math teachers better by sharing advice and expertise from mathematics teacher educators in various roles.

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Episodes

  • Episode 91: Kyle Whipple, Enrique Ortiz, Alexa Lee-Hassan, and Liza Bondurant: Engaging in Advocacy, Previewing Advocacy Around Disability, and Shoulder Tapping

    April 10th, 2024  |  Season 5  |  55 mins 22 secs
    activism, advocacy, disability, leadership

    Learning to teach math teachers better with Dr. Kyle Whipple, Associate Professor of Education for Equity and Justice at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Dr. Enrique Ortiz, Professor of Mathematics Education at the University of Central Florida, Alexa Lee-Hassan, Learning Sciences Graduate Student and Mathematics Education Lecturer at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and Dr. Liza Bondurant, Associate Professor at Mississippi State University. They share their experience as mathematics teacher educators and their work on the AMTE Advocacy Committee and their plans for the upcoming AMTE conference in February of 2025 in Reno, NV as well as the importance of getting involved and helping others get involved in advocacy and organizational leadership.

  • Episode 90: Christa Jackson: Helping Students See Themselves in Powerful Mathematicians

    March 27th, 2024  |  Season 5  |  30 mins 1 sec

    Learning to teach math teachers better with Christa Jackson, who shares her infectious joy about learning and mathematics. She is editing a book series, Powerful Mathematicians Who Changed the World, that is aimed at students of all ages.

  • Episode 89: Jessica Ivy and Cat Maiorca: Judicious Use of AI in Math Teacher Education

    March 13th, 2024  |  Season 5  |  37 mins 55 secs

    Learning to teach mathematics teachers better with Cat Maiorca and Jessica Ivy, as they share findings from their award-winning presentation at the AMTE 2024 conference. They describe considerations for judiciously selecting and using Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools in mathematics teacher education.

  • Episode 88: Christopher Jett: Being Excellent in Mathematics Teacher Education

    February 28th, 2024  |  Season 5  |  36 mins 39 secs
    education, mathematics, teacher

    Learning to teach mathematics teachers better with Dr. Christopher Jett, as we discuss efforts to be an advocate for others within mathematics teacher education, and also his book, Black Male Success in Higher Education.

  • Episode 87: Roundtable Discussion: Opening Session of the AMTE Annual Conference, "Critical Conversations: AMTE Standards for Preparing Teachers of Mathematics In Social and Political Contexts" featuring Jenny Bay Williams, Liza Bondurant, Yvonne Lai, Richard Velasco, and Eva Thanheiser

    February 14th, 2024  |  Season 5  |  52 mins 6 secs
    keynote, panel, standards

    Learning to teach math teachers better by engaging in a roundtable discussion around the Opening Session of the Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, featuring Jenny Bay Williams, Liza Bondurant, Yvonne Lai, Richard Velasco, and Eva Thanheiser, titled "Critical Conversations: AMTE Standards for Preparing Teachers of Mathematics In Social and Political Contexts".

  • Episode 86: Matthew Campbell: Supporting Collaborative Teacher-Led Improvement of Mathematics Teaching

    December 6th, 2023  |  Season 4  |  56 mins 53 secs
    fellowship, higher education, networked improvement community, professional development

    Learning to teach math teachers better with Dr. Matthew Campbell, Associate Professor of Mathematics Education and Associate Director & Coordinator of Teacher Education at West Virginia University, as he shares his experiences and advice on being a mathematics teacher educator as well as sharing his work with the Moutaineer Mathematics Master Teacher (M3T) Project. Matt also shares his experiences with the STaR (Service Teaching and Research) Fellowship program and how listeners can apply to be a STaR fellow or help fund the program.

  • Episode 85: Sarah Bush: Feeling Valued Matters for Teachers and Students

    November 22nd, 2023  |  Season 4  |  48 mins 53 secs
    grant, leadership, noyce, writing

    Learning to teach math teachers better with Dr. Sarah Bush from the University of Central Florida, who shares about her roles within NCTM, and about the Master Teacher Fellows and their work in a Noyce Track 3 grant.

  • Episode 84: Sam Otten: Listening to Teachers to Incrementally Improve Mathematics Instruction

    November 8th, 2023  |  Season 4  |  50 mins 25 secs
    flipped instruction, podcast

    Learning to teach math teachers better with Dr. Sam Otten from the University of Missouri, as he shares advice and insight on the importance of listening to teachers when working to improve instructional practice in mathematics classrooms. He also discusses his research on flipped mathematics instruction, and the Math Ed Podcast that he started in 2012.

  • Episode 83: Katie Rupe and Dawn Woods: Working Alongside First Year Teachers

    October 25th, 2023  |  Season 4  |  38 mins 30 secs
    first year teachers, grants, professional development, teacher training

    Learning to teach math teachers better with Katie Rupe, Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education at Western Washington University, and Dr. Dawn Woods, Assistant Professor of Elementary Mathematics Education at Oakland University, as they share their experiences and advice on being mathematics teacher educators, their work supporting first year teachers, and their experience being awarded the first ever Mathematics Education Trust Early Career Research Grant, which is cosponsored by Eugene P. & Clara M. Smith Mathematics Education Research Fund, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and AMTE.

  • Episode 82: Melissa Adams Corral: Teaching as Community Organizing

    October 11th, 2023  |  Season 4  |  47 mins
    community, community organizing

    Learning to teach math teachers better with Melissa Adams Corral, Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education at the
    University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley, as she shares her experiences and advice on being a mathematics teacher educator, shares her work in considering teaching as community organizing, and her experience being awarded the AMTE Dissertation Award.

  • Episode 81: Frances Harper: Community Engaged Scholarship

    September 27th, 2023  |  Season 4  |  42 mins 13 secs
    community, community engagement, equity, robotics, social justice, stem

    Learning to teach math teachers with Frances Harper, Theory & Practice in Teacher Education Director of Diversity and Inclusion and Associate Professor of STEM Education/Mathematics at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, as she shares her experiences and advice on being a mathematics teacher educator and shares her projects around community engaged scholarship.

  • Episode 80: Courtney Baker and Melinda Knapp: Proactive Mathematics Coaching

    September 13th, 2023  |  Season 4  |  51 mins 56 secs
    mathematics coach, mathematics coaching, mathematics leader, mathematics leadership, mathematics specialist

    Learning to teach math teachers with Courtney Baker, Associate Professor in the Mathematics Education Leadership program at George Mason University, and Melinda Knapp, Assistant Professor of Education at Oregon State University-Cascades, as they share their experiences and advice on being mathematics teacher educators. Melinda and Courtney also share their book from NCTM, Proactive Mathematics Coaching: Bridging Content, Context, and Practice.

  • Episode 79: [REBROADCAST] Tim Hendrix: Leadership and Service - Who is going to be the next you?

    July 26th, 2023  |  Season 4  |  57 mins 39 secs
    leadership, servant leadership, service

    In honor of the life and work of Tim Hendrix, this is a rebroadcast of the episode that was originally published February 22, 2022. In this episode. we share some words of appreciation and remembrance of Tim Hendrix from colleagues and friends and we also extend the conversation around Tim's talk he gave in receiving the Nadine Bezuk Excellence in Leadership and Service Award at the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Annual Conference in 2022.

  • Episode 78: Carlos L√≥pezLeiva: Responsive and Inclusive Math Teacher Education to Foster Responsive and Inclusive Math Teachers

    May 17th, 2023  |  Season 4  |  46 mins 10 secs
    bilingual, bilingual education, identity, multilingual, teacher educator

    Learning to teach math teachers with Carlos LópezLeiva, Associate Professor of Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Studies at The University of New Mexico, as he shares his experiences and advice on being a mathematics teacher educator, as well as his experiences in school settings in the US and in Guatemala. Carlos also shares his work on considering the identity development of Latinas/os and/or Hispanics as bilingual speakers and as doers of mathematics and the social dimension of teaching, learning, and doing mathematics in different environments.

  • Episode 77: Jonee Wilson: Aligning beliefs around teaching mathematics with the preparation of teachers of mathematics.

    May 3rd, 2023  |  Season 4  |  40 mins 19 secs
    equitable instruction, equitable mathematics instruction, equity

    Learning to teach math teachers with Jonee Wilson, Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia, as she shares her experiences and advice on being a mathematics teacher educator. Jonee also shares her work on creating and disseminating rubrics to identify and promote equitable mathematics instruction and a new project on leadership practices.

  • Episode 76: Pat Nash & Brittany Rollins: Treating Prospective Teachers as Equals in the Classroom

    March 29th, 2023  |  Season 4  |  25 mins 38 secs

    Pat Nash and Brittany Rollins are both 8th grade mathematics teachers. They share their experiences and advice for working with prospective teachers during field placements and internships.