Aims & Scope
Submissions appropriate for FAMTE Journal: A Journal for Mathematics Teacher Educators, include research and expository articles, essays and thought pieces, and professional observations and discussions which focus specifically on issues of content, pedagogy, philosophical and practical theory, research, best practices, teaching ideas, all which are in keeping with the theme of the journal; hence, related to mathematics teaching and learning.
The Refereeing Process
Manuscript submissions will be reviewed based on a blind referee format by professional educators and mathematicians which will be chosen by the editors according to their areas of specialization for appropriateness of the topic, validity of the research results or conclusions, general interest in a topic, and adherence to generally accepted standards of good writing. Manuscripts sent to FAMTE Journal: A Journal for Mathematics Teacher Educators should be in keeping with the theme of the journal; hence, related to best practices of mathematics teaching and learning.