Our final dynamic discussion of the academic year will be on Tuesday, May 21st from 7 to 8 PM. During this discussion, we will celebrate a productive year by having participants share their favorite task, math problem, lesson they have used during the course of year. We will talk about how it promoted student learning, how it might be used in different contexts, and how it might be modified/adjusted for future use. We hope you can join us at: https://uwmsoe.zoom.us/j/477347832
On Thursday, May 2nd, 15 students from UW Milwaukee and UW La Crosse presented their work on formative assessment, work with elementary students, and other topics at the Wisconsin Math Council Annual Conference in Greenlake. Here are some pictures of this awesome work.
Preservice Teacher Poster Session – This Thursday 3:30 to 4:30 at the WMC Annual Conference in Greenlake
This Thursday (5-2) 15 students from UW-Milwaukee and UW-La Crosse will be presenting their research at the 3rd Annual WI-AMTE Poster Session. Please come to see if their awesome work if you are available!
All the materials for our fourth dynamic discussion are now posted on the webpage. We hope to have a final dynamic discussion on May 14th to celebrate the end of another exciting and productive school year.
All of the materials discussed in Dynamic Discussion 3 (Formative Assessment) are now posted on the Dynamic Discussion Page. Our next discussion will be on April 16 at 7 PM with a focus on running a discourse filled classroom. The zoom link is: https://uwmsoe.zoom.us/j/149269805
We are excited to offer a new page that discusses issues of college career readiness including position videos and sample resources. Click here to use the resources: https://wiamte.org/?page_id=198
We will be hosting our second dynamic discussion on Tuesday (2-19) at 7 PM at https://uwmsoe.zoom.us/j/333883060.
We are going to be joined by a couple of educational leader in the area of differentiation, intervention, and remediation.
We invite participants to consider and bring answers to the questions: What have you tried in terms of differentiation/remediation/intervention that has been successful? What has failed? (If you have examples you would like to share, you can email them to me in advance if you wish.)
We look forward to an exciting and informative discussion on Tuesday.
We will be offering a second iteration of our Catalyzing Change Book Study. It will be on Wednesday in March from 4-5. Registration is $20 which includes an e-book ($5 to register with no e-book) and free to undergraduates. To register visit: http://wismath.org/WMC-Book-Study
WI-AMTE will be holding our first Dynamic Discussion of Teaching Mathematics at 8 PM CST on January 15th, 2019. This will be a fast paced-sixty minutes of sharing research-based teaching practices – give us an hour and we’ll give you something exciting to try in your classroom the next day!
The session will focus on problem solving strategies and provide educators with a platform to share ideas and instructional strategies. The idea is to have open forum for people to network from across the state. We encourage people to bring their own resources to share with the group.
We will be meeting via Zoom (https://uwmsoe.zoom.us/j/923820465) to discuss problem solving strategies used in the classroom.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. If you know of any fellow educators who would be interested in joining, please let them know about this meeting.
You can find the resources for our Dynamic Discussions on this page.
On November 6th, WI-AMTE held its first new teacher gathering. Dr. Nathan Warnberg (UWL) led early career teachers in the “Exploding Dots Problems” over drinks and appetizers. Look for future events in La Crosse, Milwaukee, and Green Bay!