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 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
    serve, volunteer

    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.

  • Episode 62: Enrique Galindo: Collaborating and Leadership in Mathematics Education

    April 20th, 2022  |  Season 3  |  34 mins 24 secs
    lesson study, problem based learning, professional development, project based learning

    Learning to teach math teachers better with Dr. Enrique Galindo, president elect of AMTE, as he shares his advice and expertise in being a mathematics teacher educator, both in co-creating research projects, co-creating professional development with teachers, and assuming leadership roles in mathematics education.

  • Episode 61: Sandra Crespo: What does it mean and what will it take to be an anti-racist mathematics teacher educator?

    April 5th, 2022  |  Season 3  |  41 mins 3 secs
    anti-racist, antiracist, mathematics teacher educators

    Learning to teach math teachers better as we extend the conversation around Sandra Crespo's Judith Jacobs Lecture, "What does it mean and what will it take to be an anti-racist mathematics teacher educator?" at the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators' Annual Conference in February of 2022.

  • Episode 60: Ann Wheeler and Babette Benken: Sharing Good Teaching through Publications

    March 23rd, 2022  |  Season 3  |  48 mins 40 secs
    publications, writing

    Learning to teach math teachers better by learning how to share good teaching of mathematics teachers through publications with Babette Benken, AMTE Vice President of Publications, and Ann Wheeler, AMTE Associate Vice President for the Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education (CITE-Math) Journal.

  • Episode 59: Marilyn Strutchens: Providing a Vision for Quality Clinical Experiences

    March 8th, 2022  |  Season 3  |  47 mins 39 secs
    clinical experience, field experience, student teaching

    Learning to teaching math teachers better with Dr. Marilyn Strutchens, former president of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, as she shares her path from the fashion world to being a mathematics teacher educator. She shares advice, experiences, and her work with the Mathematics Teacher Education Partnership specifically in the area of clinical experiences.

  • Episode 58: Tim Hendrix: Leadership and Service - Who is going to be the next you?

    February 22nd, 2022  |  Season 3  |  55 mins 3 secs
    service

    Learning to teach math teachers better as we 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 February.

  • Episode 57: Colleen Eddy and Travis Olson - Maximizing your AMTE 2022 Conference Experience

    January 26th, 2022  |  Season 3  |  38 mins 51 secs
    amte conference

    The Association of Mathematics Teacher Education's 26th Annual Conference is just around the corner. Join us as we talk with Colleen Eddy and Travis Olson, about the upcoming event.

  • Episode 56: The Transition Years: Supporting the Work

    December 15th, 2021  |  Season 2  |  53 mins 29 secs
    dana center, launch years, transition years

    Learning to teach math teachers better through an episode of The Transition Years.

    The Transition Years 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, Dr. John Staley, and mathematics education leaders share and interact around how their respective organizations are supporting the work around the transition years that has been coordinated by the Launch Years Initiative/Launch Years Mathematics Organizations Leadership Network.