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AAMT publishes three professional journals for those with an interest in mathematics education:

Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom 

APMC publishes papers considering the teaching and learning of mathematics applicable to early years (pre-F) and primary school students (Years F–6/7). Papers tend to have a very practical focus with reports and ideas for teaching activities, as well as reporting research which has a direct impact on classroom teaching. Papers will assist educators who may not have specific mathematics training to understand how children learn concepts which are built on in later years of schooling.

Main readership: primary school teachers, pre-service teachers

Recommended paper length: 2000–3000 words + references

40 pp. per issue

4 issues per annum

ISSN 1326-0286

 

The Australian Mathematics Teacher 

AMT considers the teaching and learning of mathematics generally appropriate for upper primary and junior secondary (Years 6–10). With the diversity of mathematical concepts taught in these years, papers still tend to have a strong classroom focus but there is often an emphasis on particular mathematical concepts or reporting research. A number of regular features provide readers with investigations that are also suitable for the classroom.

Main readership: secondary school teachers, pre-service teachers

Recommended paper length: 2000–3000 words + references

40 pp. per issue

4 issues per annum

ISSN 0045-0685

 

 

Australian Senior Mathematics Journal (ASMJ)

ASMJ is for readers with an interest in mathematics and mathematics education in the senior years (Years 11–12) and beyond. Papers tend to have a greater mathematics content and often focus specifically on interesting or advanced mathematical concepts and investigations for the reader’s own interest or which might be replicated in the classroom.

Main readership: senior secondary teachers, post-secondary educators

Recommended paper length: 2000–3000 words + references

64 pp. per issue

2 issues per annum

ISSN 0819-4564

 

 

 

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