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

55 mins 22 secs

Season 5

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About this Episode

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.

Links from the episode

AMTE Volunteer Form

2025 Annual AMTE Conference in Reno, NV, Proposals due May 15th, 2024

AMTE Professional Book Series, Vol 6: Building Community to Center Equity and Justice in Mathematics Teacher Education

NCTE-NCTM Joint Conference on K-5/Elementary Literacy and Mathematics
Creating Welcoming and Inclusive Spaces: How To Make Our Elementary Mathematics and Language Arts Classrooms Safer for LGBTQ+ Children, Families, and Colleagues by Courtney Koestler and Kyle Whipple

Promoting Equity in Approximations of Practice for Preservice Mathematics Teachers due out July 2024.

MAA MathFest 2024 in Indianapolis, Indiana on August 9. Early-bird registration ends April 15th

International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME) July 7-14 in Sydney, Australia.

Sines of Disability

Mathematics Teacher Educator Podcast