Manuscript Submission Guidelines
The Mathematics Educator strives to provide a forum for collaboration of mathematics educators at varying levels of professional experience throughout the field. The work presented should be well conceptualized; should be theoretically grounded; and should promote the interchange of stimulating, exploratory, and innovative ideas among learners, teachers, and researchers. The Mathematics Educator encourages the submission of a variety of types of manuscripts from students and other professionals in mathematics education including:
The work must not be previously published except in the case of:
Manuscripts submitted to TME are put through blind review before they are accepted into the journal. The reviewer form and guidelines are availabel here. The blind review process typically takes six months.
Guidelines for Manuscript Specifications
- Manuscripts should be double-spaced with one-inch margins, 12-point Times New Roman font, and a maximum of 25 pages (including references and footnotes). An abstract should be included and references should be listed at the end of the manuscript. The manuscript, abstract, and references should conform to American Psychological Association Publication Manual, Sixth Edition (APA 6th).
- An electronic copy is required. The electronic copy must be in Word format. Manuscripts submitted in other formats will not be reviewed and will be returned to the author. The electronic copy should be submitted via an email attachment to email@example.com. Author name, work address, telephone number, and email address must appear on the cover sheet. The editors of TME use a blind review process therefore no author identification should appear on the manuscript after the cover sheet. Also note on the cover sheet if the manuscript is based on dissertation research, a funded project, or a paper presented at a professional meeting.
- Original figures, tables, and graphs should appear embedded in the document and conform to APA 6th.
Send all correspondence to the Editors:
Kevin LaForest & Amber G. Candela, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kevin LaForest & Amber G. Candela
The Mathematics Educator
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The University of Georgia
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