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Abstracts of research papers since Volume 4 can be found on the Editorial Team Home Page, University of Plymouth, UK.


Technology is pervading all levels of mathematics teaching and learning in our modern world, bringing ever more sharply into focus the change from traditional pencil and paper learning to a mixture of calculator, computer and pencil and paper learning environments.

The International Journal of Computer Algebra in Mathematics Education publishes articles about the use of computer algebra systems in teaching and learning mathematics. During recent years it was suggested that the journal should have a much broader emphasis and, to encourage discussion of the use of the range of new technologies. Many papers submitted to the journal did not fit the computer algebra remit, but did have very interesting contributions to make. In the light of this the journal has been re-launched as the International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education (IJTME). This new journal title exists to provide a medium by which a wide range of experiences in the use new technologies in mathematics education can be presented, discussed, criticized and best practice assimilated into the new curricula of schools, colleges and universities. The journal is pleased to publish contributions on any aspect of the use of technology in mathematics education which are likely to be of interest to readers. The main criterion of acceptance is that the material should make a contribution to knowledge in this field. The types of contribution considered are: research papers, teaching issues, problem solving applications, activities for class use, and opinions.


Editor

Ted GRAHAM
Centre for Teaching Mathematics
School of Mathematics and Statistics
The University of Plymouth
Drake Circus, Plymouth, Devon
PL4 8AA, England


International Editorial Board

John BERRY, University of Plymouth, England

Thierry DANA-PICARD, Jerusalem College of Technology, Israel

Paul DRIJVERS, Freudenthal Institute, The Netherlands

Michael Todd EDWARDS, Miami University, USA

Kathleen HEID, Pennsylvania State University, USA

Keith JONES, University of Southampton, England

Jean-Baptiste LAGRANGE, Institut Universitaire de Formation des Maîtres, France
Bob MAYES, West Virginia University, USA
John MONAGHAN, University of Leeds, England
Kaye STACEY, University of Melbourne, Australia

Hans-Georg WEIGAND, University of Würzburg, Germany


The assistant editors are supported by a panel of International Panel of Referees. If you would like to be a member of this panel, please contact the editor.

 

Editorial Assistants:

Taro FUJITA

Carrie HEADLAM

Suki HONEY

Nick PRATT

   

Editorial Administrator:

Julie TOMBS

 
 

The International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education (IJTME) exists to provide a medium through which a wide range of experiences in the use of technology in mathematics education can be shared. Contributions concerned with any form of technology are welcome, but the primary focus of the journal is on the use of computers and hand technology, including all types of calculator. The Journal aims to provide an environment in which ideas and research can be presented, discussed and criticised so that best practice can be assimilated into the new curricula of schools, colleges and universities.

The Journal is pleased to publish contributions on any aspect of the use of technology in education and training likely to be of interest to readers. The main criterion of acceptance is that the material should make a contribution to knowledge in this field. The types of contribution considered for publication in The International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education are:

  • Research reports, which should normally contain the theoretical framework and references to related literature, together with a justification and description of the methodology used and some analysis of the results of the study;
  • Ideas for Teaching and Learning, papers in this section report on classroom activities and good ideas for teaching with technology and include some evaluation of the experience of students who have used the activities;
  • Discussion papers, that raise important issues on the teaching and learning of mathematics with technology and which may be anticipated to promote a wide-ranging discussion.

Three reviewers, who will report on the quality and originality of the paper, will referee research reports. Papers submitted to the other two sections receive a lighter refereeing touch and will normally be reviewed by the Editorial Board.

Research papers

Articles describing significant research should identify clearly the significance and outcomes of the work together with the research method and how the research relates to existing work. Areas for publication of research are likely to include:

  • the influence of technology on the teaching and learning of mathematics at all levels
  • theoretical reflections on the role of technology in education
  • experiments in the use of technology in teaching and learning
  • teaching methodology using technology
  • comparisons of different forms of technology
  • Ideas for teaching and learning

The communication between users of all forms of technology in mathematics education will be encouraged and reports of significant innovations will be welcome. Readers are invited to submit articles on the following:

  • different and innovative ways in which technology can be used in teaching/learning mathematics
  • integration of technology into the teaching of mathematics
  • visualisation of mathematics concepts through the use of technology
  • discussion of the philosophy of using technological tools in mathematics education
  • reports on new learning resources and workshop materials
Problem Solving Applications

Some forms of technology provide powerful tools for solving problems in commerce, industry and research. Readers are invited to submit articles, which illustrate the use of technology in modelling, problem solving, investigations and case studies. Referees should ensure that the problem situation and underlying theory is adequately explained for the general audience.

Discussion Papers

Discussion Papers are possibly shorter, hopefully contentious, contributions providing the opportunity for debate, through the Journal, on issues relating to the use of technology in teaching and learning mathematics.


The International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education is published four times a year.

(Formerly the International Journal of
Computer Algebra in Mathematics Education)

ISSN 1744 2710 (Print) -- 2045-2519 (Online)


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