Numeracy (ISSN 1936-4660) is the open-access, peer-reviewed, electronic journal of the National Numeracy Network (NNN). Numeracy supports education at all levels that integrates quantitative skills across disciplines. This journal is supported by the University of South Florida Libraries.
The Science Teacher is an award-winning, peer-reviewed, practitioners' journal with an audience made up of high school science educators who provide support for teachers, instructors of teachers, and preservice secondary education students. TST is published nine times a year and is available in both hard copy and as an e-journal. TST subscribers are members of the National Science Teachers Association who select it as their preferred journal. We seek manuscripts that are inspirational and provide ideas for enhancing high school science teaching and learning.
The Mathematics Enthusiast (TME) is an eclectic internationally circulated peer reviewed journal which focuses on mathematics content, mathematics education research, innovation, interdisciplinary issues and pedagogy. The journal exists as an independent entity. It is published on a print-on-demand basis by Information Age Publishing and the electronic version is hosted by the Department of Mathematical Sciences- University of Montana.
Prior to Spring 2008, Focus on Learning Problems in Mathematics was published jointly by the Research Council on Mathematics Learning (RCML) and the Center for Teaching/Learning of Mathematics (CT/LM).
Investigations in Mathematics Learning is published four times per year and seeks to stimulate, generate, coordinate, and disseminate research efforts designed to understand and/or influence factors that affect mathematics learning. Manuscripts from an inter-disciplinary perspective are also valued.
A professional journal of the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers Inc. This journal is written for anyone interested in primary mathematics education, but mainly for classroom teachers; it considers current issues, encouraging reflection of practice, and promotes innovation.
The Australian Mathematics Teacher is a professional journal of the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers Inc. The purpose of the journal is to serve as a medium both for the exchange of ideas and experiences in the teaching of elementary mathematics and for the provision of information to teachers about trends and developments in mathematics education in Australia and abroad. The main focus is on the teaching of mathematics to students in the age range 11 to 16 years.
The mission of this journal is to explore constructive connections between science education and civic engagement that will enhance both experiences for our students. In the 21st century, mathematical and scientific reasoning is an essential element for full participation in a democratic society.