Artzt is Director of Mathematics Education at the secondary level at Queens College, is director of the TIME 2000: A Math-Teaching Program and was co-director of the previous NSF-funded TIME 2000 Project and earlier TIME Project (for in-service teachers). She was also director of the project, Investigation of the Interactive Decision Making of Experienced (Expert) and Beginning (Novice) Teachers of Secondary School Mathematics funded by the City University of New York. She recently co-authored the book, Becoming a Reflective Mathematics Teacher, published by Erlbaum. She is the recipient of the prestigious Queens College President's Award for Excellence in Teaching. She holds a joint appointment in the Urban Studies Doctoral Program at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.
Professor Artzt has taught mathematics at the high school and college levels and has been involved in the preparation of secondary school mathematics teachers for twenty years. She has been active in the mathematics reform movement and in the use of technology, cooperative learning, and other innovative teaching strategies. She has written extensively for various journals, was a member of the Educational Materials Committee of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) and has been a reviewer for the NCTM and American Educational Research Association research journals.
Artzt, A. F., Armour-Thomas, E., & Curcio, F. R. (2008). Becoming a Reflective Mathematics Teacher (2nd ed.). NY: Taylor & Francis Group.
Artzt, A. F., & Armour-Thomas, E. (2002). Becoming a Reflective Mathematics Teacher: A Guide for Observations and Self-Assessment. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.