Teaching Math Teaching Podcast
Conversations with math teacher educators stepping into the role of teaching math teachers
Episode 78: Carlos LópezLeiva: 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.
Episode 75: Paulo Tan: Humanizing Disabilities, Cultivating Resistance
March 15th, 2023 | Season 4 | 42 mins 22 secs
Dr. Paulo Tan shares about his work in humanizing disabilities in mathematics teacher education, and highlights how mathematics is for, with, and by folks with disabilities. In preparing mathematics teachers, he strives to help them cultivate their practices and thinking to enact resistance in their daily practice.
Episode 74: Cindy Jong: Considering Relational, Human, and Cultural Connections with the Teaching of Mathematics
March 1st, 2023 | Season 4 | 34 mins 24 secs
equity, humanizing mathematics, noticing
Learning to teach math teachers better with Cindy Jong, Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the University of Kentucky, as she shares her experiences and advice on being a mathematics teacher educator. Cindy also shares her collaborative project, MINE (Mathematical Intersections of Noticing and Equity), and describes some of the modules that have been developed through the work of the project.
Episode 73: Anthony Fernandes: Teaching Mathematics Methods for Social Justice through Statistical Investigations of Systemic Racism
February 1st, 2023 | Season 4 | 42 mins 24 secs
antiracism, statistics education, systemic racism, teaching mathematics for social justice
Learning to teach math teachers better with Anthony Fernandes, Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the University of North Carolina - Charlotte, as he shares his experiences and advice on being a mathematics teacher educator. Anthony also shares his experiences with languages/communication and how he and colleagues have considered how to use data to help preservice teachers investigate systemic racism within their mathematics methods courses.
Episode 72: Joshuah Thurbee: The Influence of a Mathematics Teacher Educator and Maintaining the Stance of a Learner
January 18th, 2023 | Season 4 | 40 mins 35 secs
mathematics, teacher preparation, teaching
Learning to teach math teachers better with Joshuah Thurbee, Senior Program Officer of Teacher Development & Academy Instructor at Knowles Teacher Initiative, as he shares his experiences and advice on being a mathematics teacher educator. Josh also shares the opportunities for professional development through Knowles Teacher Initiative.
Episode 71: Siddhi Desai: Ethnomodeling and collaborating around mathematical curiosities
November 30th, 2022 | Season 3 | 34 mins 43 secs
collaboration, ethnomathematics, ethnomodeling
Learning to teach math teachers better with Dr. Siddhi Desai, as she shares her experiences and advice on being a mathematics teacher educator. Siddhi also shares her research and practice on ethnomodeling and collaborating around mathematical curiosities.
Episode 70: Sean Nank: Coaching and Leading through Relationships
November 16th, 2022 | Season 3 | 35 mins 53 secs
Dr. Sean Nank shares about his diverse roles as mathematics teacher, mathematics coach, and journal editor for NCSM's Journal of Mathematics Education Leadership. He provides helpful advice to others interested in leading and coaching, including listening and lingering in the conversation with purpose and empathy.
Episode 69: Nicole Joseph: Making Black Girls Count in Math Education
November 2nd, 2022 | Season 3 | 51 mins 2 secs
black girls, black women, identity, identity development
Learning to teach math teachers better with Dr. Nicole Joseph, as she shares her experiences and advice on being a mathematics teacher educator. Nicole also shares her research on Black women and girls, their identity development, and their experiences in mathematics as well as sharing her work running the Joseph's Mathematics Education Lab.
Episode 68: Jeffrey Wanko: STaR Fellowship Program, Curriculum Development, and the Importance of Listening
October 19th, 2022 | Season 3 | 46 mins 42 secs
fellowship, higher education, professional development
Learning to teach math teachers better with Dr. Jeffrey Wanko, as he shares his experiences and advice on being a mathematics teacher educator. Jeff also shares his experiences with the STaR (Service Teaching and Research) Fellowship program and how listeners can apply to be a STaR or help fund the program.
Episode 67: J. Michael Shaughnessy: Mathematics Education Trust Grants, Getting Involved, and Getting Others Involved
October 5th, 2022 | Season 3 | 35 mins 51 secs
awards, grants, nctm, statistics, statistics education
Learning to teach math teachers better with Dr. J. Michael Shaughnessy, as he shares his experiences and advice on being a mathematics teacher educator, shares information about Mathematics Education Trust Grant Awards, and a new opportunity for mathematics teacher educators to fund their research efforts.
Episode 66: Jennifer Suh: Professional Learning, Technology, and an Asset-Based Perspective of Teachers
September 21st, 2022 | Season 3 | 39 mins 24 secs
lesson study, problem based learning, professional development, project based learning, technology
Learning to teach math teachers better with Jennifer Suh as she shares her experiences and advice on being a mathematics teacher educator, shares an upcoming experience for early career mathematics teacher educators coming up in October, and shares the work that got her and her colleagues awarded the National Technology Leadership Initiative Fellowship .
Episode 65: More Episodes, Volunteering to Serve, and Shoulder Tapping
August 25th, 2022 | Season 3 | 4 mins 46 secs
More episodes of the Teaching Math Teaching Podcast are coming! In the meantime consider volunteering to serve on a committee or shoulder tapping a colleague to serve.
Episode 64: Temple Walkowiak and AMTE Community Circles
May 25th, 2022 | Season 3 | 35 mins 47 secs
Temple Walkowiak shares the origin story of AMTE Community Circles, and how and why AMTE members should get involved. She also talks about her role as an MTE, the importance of making goals explicit, and the importance of getting to know the people you are working with.
Episode 63: Courtney Koestler and Eva Thanheiser: Building Community to Center Equity and Justice in Mathematics Teacher Education
May 4th, 2022 | Season 3 | 35 mins 13 secs
community, equity, social justice
Learning to teach math teachers better with Courtney Koestler and Eva Thanheiser as they share their experiences and advice on being mathematics teacher educators and an opportunity to share how colleagues build community to center equity and justice in their teaching of math teachers.