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DESCRIPTION:Event Type: Seminar/SymposiumSpeaker Information: Tim HendrixOn
e of the delights of mathematics teacher preparation is the opportunity to
work with and learn alongside pre-service teachers of mathematics\, to de
velop relationships\, and to follow the trajectory of their journeys as ma
thematics educators. We live in a robust epoch of mathematics teacher educ
ation\, with much research about both teaching and learning mathematics an
d a growing community of resources and scholars to inform our practice fro
m multiple perspectives. In this “brave new world”\, we continue to learn
and increase our mathematical knowledge for teaching. In this talk\, Tim H
endrix will explore some mathematical ideas that continue to reappear over
time and how those ideas translate into challenges and opportunities in t
eaching mathematics and methods courses.\nTim Hendrix is an alumnus of UIU
C (M.S. in Mathematics\, M.S. in Music Education\, Ph.D in Curriculum &
\; Instruction) and a former staff member of MSTE. Currently\, Tim is an A
ssociate Professor of Mathematics at Meredith College\, a private liberal
arts college for women in Raleigh\, NC. Actively involved in the Associati
on of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE)\, Tim has served as Executive D
irector of AMTE since 2014.Cost: Free and open to the publicSponsor: Offic
e for Mathematics\, Science\, &\; Technology Education (MSTE)RSVP!
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LOCATION:IL\,USA\,Champaign\,Classroom 201\, 505 E. Green Street\, Champaig
n\, IL 61820
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SUMMARY:Spring 2019 MSTE Friday Lunch Series - Mathematics Knowledge for Te
aching: What do familiar challenges look like in a brave\, new world?
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Speaker Information: Tim
Hendrix

One of the delights of mathematics teacher preparation is th
e opportunity to work with and learn alongside pre-service teachers of mat
hematics\, to develop relationships\, and to follow the trajectory of thei
r journeys as mathematics educators. We live in a robust epoch of mathemat
ics teacher education\, with much research about both teaching and learnin
g mathematics and a growing community of resources and scholars to inform
our practice from multiple perspectives. In this “brave new world”\, we co
ntinue to learn and increase our *mathematical knowledge for teaching. In this talk\, Tim Hendrix will explore some mathematical ideas that
continue to reappear over time and how those ideas translate into challeng
es and opportunities in teaching mathematics and methods courses.*

*\n*
*Tim Hendrix is an alumnus of UIUC (M.S. in Mathematics\, M.S. in Music
Education\, Ph.D in Curriculum &\; Instruction) and a former staff mem
ber of MSTE. Currently\, Tim is an Associate Professor of Mathematics at M
eredith College\, a private liberal arts college for women in Raleigh\, NC
. Actively involved in the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (A
MTE)\, Tim has served as Executive Director of AMTE since 2014.*

Cost: Free and open
to the public

RSVP!

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