ZDM is one of the oldest mathematics education research journals in publication. The journal surveys, discusses, and builds upon current research and theoretical-based perspectives in mathematics education. In addition, it serves as a forum for critical analysis of issues within the field.
All the papers published in the journal's seven annual themed issues are strictly by invitation. These papers are subject to an internal peer review by selected members from the editorial board as well as an external review by invited experts. The journal targets readers from around the world in mathematics education research who are interested in current developments in the field.
Issues in 2017
49(1) Mathematical Creativity and Giftedness in Mathematics Education
Eds.: Florence Mihaela Singer, Linda Jensen Sheffield, Roza Leikin
49(2) Impact of University Teacher Education Programs on Teacher Change and Mathematics Teaching Practice
Eds.: Shuhua An, Olive Chapman
49(3) Emotions and Motivation in Mathematics Education
Eds.: Stanislaw Schukajlow, Katrin Rakoczy, Reinhard Pekrun
49(4) Applying (cognitive) theory-based instructional design principles in mathematics teaching and learning
Eds.: Lieven Verschaffel, Wim van Dooren, Jon Star
49(5) Mathematical Tasks and the Student
Eds.: David Clarke, Alf Coles, Heather Johnson
49(6) Digital curricula in mathematics education
Eds.: Birgit Pepin, Jeffrey Choppin
49(7) Mathematical Creativity and Psychology: Back to the Future?
Ed.: Bharath Sriraman
Issues in 2018
50(1-2) Empirical research on the teaching and learning of mathematical modelling
Eds.: Gabriele Kaiser, Marcelo Borba, Stanislaw Schukajlow, Gloria Stillman
50(3) Studying Instructional Quality in Mathematics through Different Lenses: In Search of Common Ground
Eds.: Charalambos Y. Charalambous, Anna-Katharina Praetorius
Inés M. Gómez-Chacón (March 2017)
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