The AMTE Handbook of Mathematics Teacher Education

Reflection on Past, Present and Future – Paving the Way for the Future of Mathematics Teacher Education, Volume 5

Edited by:
Babette M. Benken, California State University, Long Beach

A volume in the series: The Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE) Professional Book Series. Editor(s): Babette M. Benken, California State University, Long Beach.

Published 2024

This new volume of The Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE) Professional Book Series is a critical and timely resource that paves the way and guides the future of mathematics teacher education. The collection of work in this AMTE Handbook of Mathematics Teacher Education reflects on research and what we know about how best to prepare and support both mathematics teachers and mathematics teacher educators and presents what is happening in the field. Examples included in the 22 chapters highlight how we are preparing teachers across multiple contexts (e.g., within district, in content courses for the major) and grade ranges (K-20+) and all chapters highlight relevant connections to the AMTE Standards for Preparing Teachers of Mathematics. Most importantly, this volume explores what we do not yet fully understand and where we are going. In essence, it considers how we can move the field forward. The 95 contributing authors range from graduate students to those who have served as leaders in the field in multiple ways for many years. Authors include K-12 teachers, school administrators, district leaders, graduate students, higher education faculty, and professional development facilitators.

Foreword, Megan Burton and Enrique Galindo. Preface, Babette M. Benken. SECTION I: PROFESSIONAL LEARNING FOR MATHEMATICS TEACHER EDUCATORS. Justice and the Mathematics Classroom: Realizing the Goals of the AMTE Standards for Preparing Teachers of Mathematics, Shandy Hauk, Marilyn E. Strutchens, Dorothy Y. White, Jennifer Bay-Williams, Jenq Jong Tsay, and Billy Jackson. Justice-Oriented Mathematics Teacher Education: A Conversation Among Early Childhood and Elementary Mathematics Teacher Educators, Courtney Koestler, Crystal Kalinec-Craig, Eva Thanheiser, Cathery Yeh, Naomi Jessup, and Anita Wager. Growing and Modeling Culturally Responsive Pedagogies: A CRP Self-Study Framework for Mathematics Teacher Educators, Lindsay Keazer and Kathleen Nolan. Centering Equity in Mathematics Graduate Student Teaching Professional Development, Emily Braley, Mary E. Pilgrim, and Erica R. Miller. Relational Practices in Mathematics Teacher Education: Theorizing a Construct to Inform Our Practice, Signe Kastberg and Richard Kitchen. Doctoral Preparation in Mathematics Teacher Education, Starlie Chinen and Saba Din. SECTION II: PREPARING TEACHERS TO TEACH SPECIFIC AREAS OF MATHEMATICS AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS. Engaging and Preparing Educators to Teach Statistics and Data Science, Susan A. Peters, Anna Bargagliotti, and Christine Franklin. Preparing Teachers of Statistics: A Critical Read of Standards, Review of Past Research, and Future Directions, Travis Weiland, Christopher Engledowl, and Susan O. Cannon. (Toward) Essential Student Learning Objectives for Teaching Geometry to Secondary Pre-Service Teachers, Tuyin An, Steven Boyce, Amanda Brown, Orly Buchbinder, Steve Cohen, Dorin Dumitrascu, Henry Escuadro, Patricio Herbst, Mike Ion, Erin Krupa, Nathaniel Miller, Laura J. Pyzdrowski, Ruthmae Sears, Julia St. Goar, Stephen Szydlik, and Sharon Vestal. Making Advanced Mathematics Work in Secondary Teacher Education, Yvonne Lai, Nicholas Wasserman, Jeremy F. Strayer, Stephanie Casey, Keith Weber, Timothy Fukawa-Connelly, and Alyson E. Lischka. SECTION III: UTILIZING TECHNOLOGY TO SUPPORT THE LEARNING OF MATHEMATICS. Preparing Secondary Prospective Teachers to Teach Mathematics With Technology, Jennifer N. Lovett, Allison W. McCulloch, Lara K. Dick, Charity Cayton, Hollylynne S. Lee, and Karen F. Hollebrands. Using a Video-Tagging Tool to Support Facilitators of Video-Based Professional Development, Margaret Walton and Janet Walkoe. Using Manipulatives in Face-To-Face, Hybrid, and Virtual Early Childhood and Elementary Mathematics Methods Courses, Aidong Zhang and Carrie Cutler. SECTION IV: RECONCEPTUALIZING TEACHER PREPARATION PROGRAMS. Incorporating Learning-to-Teach Trajectories and Identity Development in a Model Undergraduate Teacher Preparation Program, Alice F. Artzt, Frances R. Curcio, and Alan Sultan. Working with Mathematics Teacher Candidates to Dismantle Typical Patterns of Power, Privilege, and Oppression in Mathematics Classrooms, Teresa K. Dunleavy and Elizabeth A. Self. Rethinking “the Basics”: Toward Mathematics Teacher Preparation for Anti-Racist Classrooms, Evra Marie Baldinger and Maria del Rosario Zavala. Diversifying Teacher Preparation Pathways, Kristin E. Harbour, George J. Roy, Thomas E. Hodges, and Carolina Teaching Collaborative. Opportunities for Co-Learning Equity-Oriented Mathematics Instruction in the Field Experience, Torrey Kulow, Imani Goffney, Taylor Stafford, Mary Alice Carlson, Ruth Heaton, Kara Jackson, Melinda Knapp, and Heather Fink. Cultivating Rural Mathematics Teachers Through Place-Attentive Preparation, Jennifer Luebeck and Jayne Downey. Prospective Elementary Teacher Education Program Design: What We Still Do Not Know About Balancing Content and Pedagogy, Daniel L. Clark and Tuyin An. Making as a Window Into the Process of Becoming a Teacher: The Case of Moira, Steven Greenstein, Doris Jeannotte, and Erin Pomponio. Leveraging Longitudinal and Annual Analyses to Improve Program Design: Considering Teacher Education Standards and Professional Recommendations, Jeremy Zelkowski, Martha Makowski, Tye G Campbell, Jim Gleason, Casedy A. Thomas, Allison Mudd, Anna Keefe Lewis, Chalandra Gooden, and Felicia A. Smith. Editor Biography.