Focus and Scope
This journal is published only in electronic form. It focuses on mathematics teaching and learning for all ages up to university through relevant articles and reviews from around the world.
It is aimed at researchers, practitioners and teacher educators providing a medium for stimulating and challenging ideas, offering innovation and practice in all aspects of mathematics teaching and learning.
We will particularly welcome contributions that
- report relevant classroom research in mathematics, both quantitative and qualitative
- evaluate and report on intiatives and practice in teacher education in mathematics
- review topical problems and report successes in mathematics education
- report on international comparative research in maths teaching
- reproduce internal country articles that merit a wider audience (with permission)
Peer Review Process
IJMTL uses a double-blind (author blind, reviewer blind) review process. The manuscript is reviewed blind by one of the Editorial Board members and two other referees. Working from the referees’ reports the editors then jointly decide on a publication outcome. They may require the authors of accepted papers to make minor or major revisions. If major revisions are required the article will be reviewed a second time by a member of the Editorial Board. All authors receive copies of the referees’ reports.
The International Journal for Mathematics Teaching and Learning publishes four issues per year. These issues will be published in February, May, August, and November.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.