Call for Proposals 

MI-AMTE 2019 Conversation Among Colleagues

 March 16, 2019

Hope College Holland Michigan


Theme: A Solid Foundation: Developing a Shared Vision for Professional Growth

  • We invite you to submit a proposal for our 2019 Conversation Among Colleagues to be held at Hope College on March 16, 2019.

Session Formats:

  • Individual Sessions: A 50-minute session to share your work. Presentations should not consume the majority of the session’s time but rather serve as a stimulus for conversation and participant interaction.

  • Shared Sessions: A shared 50-minute session to discuss teaching or research ideas in progress and engage in a group discussion sharing feedback, providing suggestions, considering related ideas, and exploring possible collaborations.

  • Poster Gallery: Posters are welcome. Conversations with the poster authors are encouraged during lunch and afternoon break

Online Proposal Submission Form

Due date extended through January 21, 2019 for proposal submissions


Plenary Speakers 

Dr. Mike Steele, Professor & Department Chair - Mathematics Education University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, President-Elect, AMTE.

Dr. Steele’s work focuses on supporting secondary math teachers in developing mathematical knowledge for teaching, integrating content and pedagogy through teacher preparation and professional development. He is the co-PI of the NSF-funded Mathematics Discourse in Secondary Classrooms (MDISC) project; co-PI of the Mathematical Practices Implementation (MPI) study, and co-PI of the Learning About New Demands in Schools: Considering Algebra Policy Environments (LANDSCAPE) project.

Dr. Ziv Feldman, Clinical Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Wheelock College of Education & Human Development, Boston University.

Dr. Feldman's research focuses on the preparation of mathematics teachers and mathematics teacher educators and is driven by three projects: the NSF-funded Elementary Preservice Teachers Mathematics Project (EMP), Mathematical Task Design, and Elementary Number Theory.