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GAMTE'S SEVENTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE PROGRAM
October 16, 2013
Rock Eagle 4-H Center

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10:30 – 10:55
Speaker:           Angel Rowe Abney and Doris Santarone – Georgia College and State University
Title:                 Learning Children’s Mathematics
Room:              Gas Building #1

Speakers:         Patty Wagner. Ryan Smith and Richard Francisco
Title:                 Developing Prospective Teachers’ Conceptions of Collective Argumentation
Room:              Gas Building #2

11:10 – 11:35
Speaker:           Joy Darley, Ha Nguyen, and Sharon Taylor – Georgia Southern University
Title:                 Are Word Problems “Problems” for Pre-service K-8 Teachers?
Room:              Gas Building #1

Speaker:           Amanda Sawyer – University of Georgia
Title:                 “It is fun, but it’s math too”:  Elementary Mathematics Teachers’ Interpretation of FUN
Room:              Gas Building #2

11:45 – 1:15
Business Meeting and Lunch
For those who reserved by October 1st, lunch will be served in the Gas Building

1:30 – 1:55
Speaker:           William Lacefield – Mercer University and Beverly Maxwell – Georgia Learning Resources System
Title:                 Professional Learning for Collaborative Teachers                      
Room:              Gas Building #1

Speaker:           Woong Lim – Kennesaw State University
Title:                 A Mathematics Teacher’s Reflection in edTPA
Room:              Gas Building #2

2:10 – 2:35
Speaker:           Jeffrey Hall and William Lacefield – Mercer University
Title:                 Educating Teacher Candidates about the Common Core
Room:              Gas Building #1

Speakers:         Gregory Chamblee – Georgia Southern University
Title:                 Secondary Mathematics Teacher Education Project:  Year 2
Room:              Gas Building #2

3:00
Pre-Conference Activities for the Georgia Mathematics Conference

GAMTE'S SIXTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE, October 17, 2012

We had another successful GAMTE Conference at Rock Eagle on October 17th, 2012.

The program included eight sessions from mathematics teacher educators from five different universities. Click here for the 2012 Annual Conference Program.

At lunch, we had a business meeting and installed new officers:

  • President Greg Chamblee
  • Secretary Teresa Banker
  • Member at large Joy Darley

Thank you to the outgoing officers for their service:

  • Sharon Taylor, President
  • Lettie Watford, Treasurer
  • Wendy Sanchez, Member at large
  • Ellice Martin, Member at large

Here are the minutes of the 2012 GAMTE Business Meeting.

 

 

 

Alignment of GACE Content Tests to NCTM Indicators:

Those of you who are involved with the NCATE/NCTM Program Review process will find this alignment of GACE Mathematics Tests to NCTM Indicators useful. We can thank Judy O'Neal (retired, NGCSU) and Anne Marie Fenton (PSC). A group of college mathematics/mathematics education faculty and two high school teachers  reviewed the GACE - Mathematics test descriptors sent to us by NES and then determined whether or not it was highly likely that the NCTM indicators were met. The decision was made via a conference call with Anne Marie Fenton (PSC), three representatives from NES, and the five GA mathematics folks. It took almost a year to get the alignment finished but should accurately reflect an appropriate alignment.

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