Join us! The two conferences will be held on the Allendale campus of Grand Valley State University. The overlapping programs and joint keynotes are designed to support cross-over attendance. Participants may attend in person or join us remotely to access select hybrid sessions throughout the day. We have separate speaker proposal forms for the two conferences -- please see below for more information. And check back again in December 2022 for registration details and more information about attending!
About Math In Action
Math in Action presents lively and informative discussions of current issues in mathematics education while providing an opportunity for practicing PreK – 12 teachers, prospective teachers, curriculum directors, and college and university faculty to share ideas, concerns, and resources. SCECH credits are available for most sessions. The conference consists of four hour long sessions. Each session has multiple interactive presentations on specific mathematical topics, with something for every grade level in each session.
Questions: For further information about the Math In Action conference, please email conference co-chairs Taylor Short and Paul Yu at [email protected].
About Conversations Among Colleagues
Conversations among Colleagues was designed in 2003-2004 to facilitate conversations between and among mathematicians, mathematics educators and leaders in mathematics education. In 2015, the Conversations Among Colleagues became the official conference of the Michigan Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (MI-AMTE). This year's conference is being held in conjunction with the GVSU Math In Action Conference. The two programs will include joint keynotes and other crossover events available to registrants of either conference.
Questions: For further information about the MI-AMTE CAC conference, please email conference steering committee chair Jon Hasenbank at [email protected].
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We are a group of professionals dedicated to promoting all aspects of quality mathematics teacher education in Michigan. Membership is open to all people professionally involved in the preparation and professional development of teachers of mathematics, including researchers, professors, graduate students, teacher-leaders, and school or area-wide mathematics coordinators.
The goal of MI-AMTE is to promote all aspects of quality mathematics teacher education in Michigan.
Learn more at www.miamte.org