August 27th, 2021 | Season 2 | 38 mins 53 secs
Learning to teach math teachers better through an episode of The Transition Years.
The Transition Years podcast focuses on the complexity and importance of the transition years, the last two years of high school and the first two years of postsecondary education, on the mathematics experiences of students. Listen in as Joel Amidon and Dr. John Staley provide an overview of the transition years, key topics and issues to consider around the transition years, and to preview upcoming programming aimed to equip mathematics education leaders to be local change agents to improve the mathematics experiences and outcomes for all students.
The Transition Years is brought to you by the Launch Years Mathematics Organizations Leadership Network, which is part of the Launch Years Initiative at The University of Texas at Austin – Charles A. Dana Center and is an Amidon Planet Production.
Episode 49: No Guilt Book Club - Teaching Math at a Distance: A Practical Guide to Rich Remote Instruction with Dr. Theresa Wills
June 30th, 2021 | Season 2 | 48 mins 59 secs
Wrapping up the Teaching Math Teaching Podcast No Guilt Book Club - May 2021 Edition with a conversation about the book, Teaching Math at a Distance: A Practical Guide to Rich Remote Instruction with, the book's author, Dr. Theresa Wills.
June 17th, 2021 | Season 2 | 38 mins 18 secs
Paola Sztajn and Dan Heck discuss their book titled Activating Math Talk, 11 Purposeful Techniques for Your Elementary Students
June 3rd, 2021 | Season 2 | 31 mins 15 secs
Farshid Safi shares how learning experiences and life experiences should be connected. We are all influenced by our life experiences where we are engaged in sense-making, exploration, adjusting, and working with other people towards a goal. These life experiences can inform, and be the setting for, learning experiences in mathematics.
May 20th, 2021 | Season 2 | 42 mins 58 secs
Learning to teach math teachers better with Dr. Dorothy Y. White we extend the conversation around Dorothy's talk she gave in receiving the Karen D. King Excellence in Advocacy Award at the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Annual Conference in February.
May 6th, 2021 | Season 2 | 31 mins 14 secs
journals, mathematics teachers, writing
Angela Barlow shares her insights about how we can use writing to share our ideas about teaching math teachers. We talk about the importance of being persistent, knowing your audience, and including laughter in your days.
April 28th, 2021 | Season 2 | 25 mins 30 secs
Kyle discusses various forms of LGTBQ+ inclusion in mathematics education.
April 15th, 2021 | Season 2 | 39 mins 6 secs
Learning to teach math teachers better as we extend the conversation around Marta's Judith Jacobs Lecture at the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Annual Conference in February.
March 18th, 2021 | Season 2 | 31 mins 44 secs
Megan Burton has good advice for those wishing to influence the future of mathematics teacher education. She shares her story of how she came to be a mathematics teacher educator, and later the president of AMTE.
March 10th, 2021 | Season 2 | 47 mins 25 secs
Wrapping up the AMTE Annual Conference Opening Panel Discussion, titled "2020. Perfect Vision? Perfect Hindsight? Are We Ready to Reimagine Mathematics Teacher Education?" with Dr. Naomi Jessup, Dr. Sandra Crespo, and Dr. Joel Amidon.
March 3rd, 2021 | Season 2 | 31 mins 45 secs
Theresa shares ideas and resources for online synchronous teaching. https://www.theresawills.com/
Episode 39: No Guilt Book Club - Reimagining the Mathematics Classroom Creating and Sustaining Productive Learning Environments with Cathery Yeh, Mark W. Ellis, and Carolee Koehn Hurtado
February 10th, 2021 | Season 2 | 35 mins 37 secs
Wrapping up the Teaching Math Teaching Podcast No Guilt Book Club with a conversation about the book Reimagining the Mathematics Classroom Creating and Sustaining Productive Learning Environments with the book's authors, Cathery Yeh, Mark W. Ellis, and Carolee Koehn Hurtado.
January 27th, 2021 | Season 2 | 38 mins 26 secs
Learning how to teach math teachers better by discussing how to attend a (virtual) conference. The co-hosts of the podcast Eva Thanheiser, Dusty Jones, and Joel Amidon share their ideas about how to attend the 25th Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators.
December 10th, 2020 | Season 1 | 35 mins 35 secs
mathematics teacher education, preservice teachers, teachers of color
Marrielle Myers shares her story of becoming a mathematics teacher educator, and how she has worked to support preservice teachers of color. She offers advice that can help individuals in many roles as they work toward more equitable practices.
December 3rd, 2020 | Season 1 | 57 mins 54 secs
Learning how to teach math teachers better by discussing the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE), getting a picture of what this year's AMTE annual conference (Thursday - Saturday, Feb 11-13, 2021 and Thursday - Saturday, February 18-20, 2021 ) will look like this year as a virtual event, and sharing why listeners to this podcast should attend.
November 19th, 2020 | Season 1 | 40 mins 27 secs
Crystal Kalinec-Craig shares her experiences with teaching math teachers, and how she has benefitted from resources shared by colleagues. She recommends that mathematics teacher educators stay humble. Teaching during the pandemic is not normal, and she works to set the conditions for her class to let students be successful.