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.
November 12th, 2020 | Season 1 | 25 mins 48 secs
Yolanda Parker shares how she helps her students, including prospective mathematics teachers, get more comfortable with their mathematical identity and develop a relationship with mathematics.
November 5th, 2020 | Season 1 | 41 mins 6 secs
Carlos Nicolas (Nico) Gomez shares some thoughts and questions from his work on mathematical identity to help teachers (including mathematics teacher educators) be more purposeful in their teaching. Nico also shares about his role as a member of TODOS: Mathematics for ALL, and the importance of groups within professional organizations that are based on particular expressions of identity (e.g., race) to help members navigate places of belonging within the profession.
October 28th, 2020 | Season 1 | 41 mins 45 secs
Learning to teach math teachers better with Niral Shah and Daniel Reinholz as we discuss their background in mathematics teacher education and their work with EQUIP, a customizable observation tool for tracking patterns in student participation, with the intent being to empower teachers in building more equitable classrooms.
October 22nd, 2020 | Season 1 | 27 mins 43 secs
leadership, mathematics teacher education, volunteering, writing
Babette Benken shares advice about serving in an organization, and also about how to prepare oneself to lead others. She also shares tips about writing for various AMTE publications.
October 15th, 2020 | Season 1 | 22 mins 24 secs
Stephanie Casey talks about teaching statistics to prospective and inservice mathematics teachers. She is involved in multiple projects with the goal of improving the statistical understanding of teachers and their students.
October 8th, 2020 | Season 1 | 29 mins 52 secs
Keith Nabb shares his experiences in preparing teachers and teaching mathematics in two-year colleges. He is interested in expanding the construct of Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching to early college mathematics, particularly in remedial and developmental mathematics settings.
September 30th, 2020 | Season 1 | 35 mins 2 secs
Learning how to teach mathematics teachers better in this discussion with Aris Winger, Assistant Professor of Mathematics from Georgia Gwinnett College.
September 17th, 2020 | Season 1 | 28 mins 16 secs
clinical faculty, elementary methods, parenting
Carrie talks about how being a parent of eight children has helped her become a better teacher of math teachers. She describes her journey to today, and offers good advice about being humble, creating routines, and maintaining connections with students.
September 10th, 2020 | Season 1 | 31 mins 16 secs
Cathery talks about family activism, her family co-created their own nonprofit, a community-based Org, Los Alamitos Community United, and they in partnership with ACLU sued their own city. They won a lawsuit against the city's anti-sanctuary policies. In addition, they won the inclusion of ethnic studies curriculum implementation through K-12, as well as a High School graduation requirement. Cathery states that activism has transformed her view of mathematics education. Cathery also co-authored the book re-imagining the mathematics classroom and talks about that.
September 3rd, 2020 | Season 1 | 35 mins 8 secs
In our latest TMT podcast, we are talking with Lyndsi Hampton who is a 5th-grade math and science teacher and discusses various ways teachers can connect with students in their classroom, especially right now.