Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators - NC

Welcome to the new website for the North Carolina affiliate of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators. The goals of AMTE-NC are to:

  • Facilitate communication and collaboration among mathematics teacher educators between and within all educational levels;
  • Coordinate activities and work collaboratively with other associations, organizations, and governmental (national, state, and local) units to strengthen the mathematical, pedagogical, and clinical preparation of mathematics teachers at all levels (P-college);
  • Facilitate collaboration among mathematics teacher educators who are members of different academic units, such as departments of mathematics and departments of education;
  • Promote leadership among mathematics teacher educators in the broader mathematics education community;
  • Encourage research related to mathematics teacher education, especially which identifies factors that contribute to improving the preparation and professional development of mathematics teachers at all levels;
  • Encourage and organize programs and meetings focusing in issues related to the preparation and professional development of mathematics teachers; and
  • Foster the incorporation of appropriate technology into teacher education programs and professional development opportunities in mathematics at all levels (P - college).

Current Officers:

President - Dr. Temple Walkowiak, NC State University, tawalkow@ncsu.edu
President Elect - Dr. Allison McCulloch, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, amccul11@uncc.edu
Past President - Dr. Michelle Stephan, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, mstepha1@uncc.edu
Secretary - Dr. Lisa Poling, Appalachian State University, polingll@appstate.edu
Treasurer - Dr. Ginger Rhodes, University of North Carolina Wilmington, rhodesg@uncw.edu


Current Executive Board Members:

Dr. Kwaku Adu-Gyamfi, East Carolina University 
Stefanie Buckner, Buncombe County School District
Dr. Peter Eley, Fayetteville State University
Denise Schulz (ex-officio), North Carolina Department of Public Instruction