Education of teachers for the teaching of mathematics in the 21st century
The International Journal for Research in Mathematics Education – RIPEM – invites papers for its thematic issue about Education of teachers for the teaching of mathematics in the 21st century, to be published in late 2017. RIPEM is a peer-reviewed electronic journal published by SBEM.
The RIPEM 2017 special issue is a joint edition of SBEM – Brazilian Society for Mathematics Education – and SPIEM – Portuguese Society of Research in Mathematics Education.
This special issue targets research addressing mathematics teacher education for those who teach mathematics at any students’ levels, from kindergarten to higher education, taking into consideration the characteristics, possibilities and challenges of the 21st century.
There is a strong need for additional knowledge to inform our further understanding of the research being done nowadays in mathematics teacher education, considering initial education, in-service teacher education and professional development.
Manuscripts can report findings from empirical research but literature-based scholarly articles that advance proposals about teacher training and professional development for the 21st century are also welcome.
Submission and review timeline
- Manuscript submissions (from 6.000 to 9.000 words) are due may 31, 2017
- Author guidelines can be consulted in
http://www.sbembrasil.org.br/ripem/index.php/ripem/about/submissions - onlineSubmissions
- The result of the review process will be announced to authors by 31 july
- The revised papers are due 30 september, 2017
- The final determination about submissions will be announced by 31 october, 2017
- Proposed articles should be submitted to the journal
Thematic issue editors:
Ana Paula Canavarro
SPIEM – Portuguese Society for Research in Mathematics Education, Universidade de Évora, UIDEF/Instituto de Educação/Universidade de Lisboa
Márcia Cristina de Costa Trindade Cyrino
SBEM – Brazilian Society of Mathematics Education, Universidade Estadual de Londrina – UEL