CAMTE Template for Mathematics Instructional Leadership Specialist
CAMTE's first professional monograph, Secondary Mathematics Methods Courses in California, was edited by Michael Lutz and includes chapters written by members of CAMTE's Secondary Mathematics Methods Task Force. Download document here.
The newsletter of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE) often includes articles about AMTE affiliates. CAMTE was featured in this publication, AMTEConnections, in Spring 2007 and again in Fall 2009:
"Developing a Statewide Community of Mathematics Teacher Educators: The California Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (CAMTE)" by Carol Fry Bohlin
In the Spring 2007 issue of AMTE Connections (Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 10-11), CAMTE's founding president provides a brief historical account of the establishment of CAMTE, as well as a description of CAMTE's development and professional growth during its first two years. Download document here.
"California Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (CAMTE)" by Mike Lutz
In the Fall 2009 issue of AMTE Connections (Vol. 19, No. 1, p. 16), CAMTE's third president describes CAMTE's growing relationship and linkages with the state's teacher credentialing commission as well as with AMTE’s Elementary Mathematics Specialist task force. Download document here.
Letter to the Curriculum Development and Supplemental Materials Commission
(24 January 2006)
In January 2006, CAMTE teamed with the California Mathematics Council (CMC) to urge the Curriculum Commission to change its policy and permit a qualified person with a doctorate in mathematics education to be eligible for membership on the Content Review Panel (CRP) for the 2006 K-8 mathematics instructional materials adoption. That year, the Curriculum Commission did allow someone with a doctorate in mathematics education to serve on this panel. Download document here.
Cosponsorship of the CSU Mathematics and Science Teacher Recruitment and Preparation Summit (2 March 2006)
In March 2006, CAMTE cosponsored the California State University (CSU) Mathematics and Science Teacher Recruitment and Preparation Summit, which was held at the Pacific Palms Conference Resort in Industry Hills, CA. The Summit was an important gathering of key administrators as well as mathematics and science faculty from every CSU campus to address the CSU system's strong commitment to addressing the growing shortage of mathematics and science teachers. Download document here.
Statement Delivered to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (14 April 2011)
CAMTE President Joanne Rossi Becker delivered a statement prepared by the CAMTE Advocacy Committee to the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing during the Commission's 14 April 2011 meeting. The statement provided CAMTE's views regarding a Commission agenda item pertaining to the Single Subject Credential in Foundational-Level Mathematics. Download document here.