International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology
Mathematics pervades every area of our modern world, bringing ever more sharply into focus the responsibilities placed on those who to teach it. Prominent among these is the challenge of developing an interdisciplinary approach, so that each professional group benefits from the expertise of others. The International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology provides a forum in which a wide range of peer-reviewed research in mathematics education can be presented, assimilated and eventually adapted to everyday needs in schools, colleges, universities, industry and commerce. The journal is especially interested in facilitating communication between researchers and practitioners, and contributions are welcome from researchers, lecturers, teachers and users of mathematics at all levels regarding the contents of courses and pedagogical approaches across all areas of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) education. We are always delighted to receive submissions from as diverse and international a range of contributors as possible, including teachers and early-career academics. Increasing use of technology is being made in the teaching, learning, assessment and presentation of mathematics today, and original and interesting contributions in this rapidly developing area are especially welcome. Mathematical models arising from real situations, the use of computers, digital assistants and software, new teaching aids and techniques are also an important feature. Discussion is encouraged on methods of widening applications throughout science and technology and supporting students in problem solving. We particularly welcome contributions addressing pedagogy in Biology, Chemistry, Computer science, Business, Economics and Finance, Data science, Engineering, and Physics, in addition to Mathematics itself. Please note that the link to education/pedagogy is critical for IJMEST, and we do not publish articles which merely discuss mathematics. A distinctive feature of the journal is the Classroom Notes section. This section is for shorter, peer-reviewed articles which are not research articles, and are often new ideas for the mathematics teacher to use in teaching. We would be glad to receive proposals at any time for special issues in relevant areas.