HAMTE

Upcoming events

    • 1 Mar 2019
    • 8:45 AM - 5:30 PM
    • Second Floor of the IUPUI School of Education, 902 W. New York St., Indianapolis, IN

    The Hoosier Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (HAMTE), including mathematics education faculty and graduate students from across the state of Indiana, will be hosting the eighth annual Indiana Mathematics Education Research Symposium (IMERS). The symposium was designed to provide graduate students and new faculty with opportunities to share their research ideas, including research at the design phase, research in progress, and completed research, and to network with colleagues.  

    If you are looking for a conference to hear and share fresh ideas and network with colleagues within the state and regional mathematics education communities, come join us at IMERS! 

    Keynote Speakers:

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    Dr. Greg Larnell,                                     Dr. Sarah Lubienski,

    University of Illinois at Chicago               Indiana University--Bloomington


    Proposal Guidelines:

    We invite proposals for research studies at various stages - completed work, work-in-progress and studies currently under design. 


    Completed Studies

    Proposals should be no more than 1000 words (excluding references) including a description of the purpose of the study, theoretical framework, research design, findings and relevance of the study to mathematics education.

     

    Work-In-Progress

    Proposals should be no more than 500 words (excluding references) including descriptions of the purpose of the study, brief literature review, research questions, methodology (i.e. participants, data sources, methods of analysis) and preliminary findings (if applicable).


    Work Under Design

    Proposals should be no more than 300 words (excluding references) including rationale for the study, brief literature review, research questions, and proposed methods. 


    Contact Us: Please send all inquiries about IMERS to imers.proposals@gmail.com 

    • 22 Mar 2019
    • 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM (EDT)
    • Schwitzer Student Center - University of Indianapolis 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46227
    • 150
    Register

    INVITEES: Leaders in Elementary and Middle School Mathematics Education including—

    • Elementary & Middle School Mathematics Coaches
    • Elementary & Middle School Mathematics Specialists
    • Elementary & Middle School Mathematics Curriculum Directors
    • Middle School Mathematics Department Chairs
    • Elementary & Middle School Principals
    • Elementary & Middle School Mathematics Teacher Educators

    CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS:

    • Keynote speaker John SanGiovanni, Coordinator of Elementary Mathematics in Howard County, Maryland, will offer his insights about the development of mathematical fluency. 
    • Morning and afternoon breakout sessions will focus on specific issues related to mathematics teacher leadership in elementary and middle schools.
    • Lunch will be provided.

    ONLINE REGISTRATION DEADLINES AND FEES:

    • $50 per participant if registration is received BY March 8th.
    • $60 per participant if registration is received AFTER March 8th.
    FULL CONFERENCE SCHEDULE COMING SOON.

    If you have questions, please contact Sheryl Stump, sstump@bsu.edu


    MEET THE KEYNOTE SPEAKER ...

    John SanGiovanni is the Coordinator of Elementary Mathematics in Howard County, Maryland. There he leads mathematics curriculum, digital learning, assessment, and professional development for more than 40 elementary schools. John also works as a graduate program coordinator for mathematics leadership at McDaniel College in Maryland. He is an author of more than a dozen books featuring a range of topics including effective basic fact instruction, mathematics content and pedagogy, school-based leadership actions, evidence of student thinking, and developing number sense. John is a national consultant for curriculum development and professional learning. As a former Maryland Mathematics Teacher of the Year, he continues to be active in professional organizations. He recently served on the Board of Directors for the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and currently serves as the President of the Maryland Council of Supervisors of Mathematics. 


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