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

Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom (APMC)

The 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.

Editor: Lorraine Day

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 Educational Journal (AMEJ)

In 2019, AAMT is launching a new journal, The Australian Mathematics Education Journal (AMEJ). There will be two defined sections; Section 1 is suitable for an audience of upper-primary and middle-school teachers, and Section 2 is directed toward mathematics educators of senior high school and tertiary levels. We envisage a crossover of relevance to readers of both sections. The AMEJ will be 48 page, A4 journal, and published quarterly. Readers can expect the same high quality of content as found in our previous journals, the Australian Mathematics Teacher (AMT), and the Australian Senior Mathematics Journal (ASMJ). We encourage authors to submit articles for this exciting new publication.

Editors: Margaret Marshman, Rob Lewis, Timothy Bond

Main readership: Upper-primary, middle-school and high-school teachers; tertiary mathematics educators; pre-service teachers.

Recommended paper length: 2000–3000 words + references

48 pp. per issue, 4 issues per annum

 

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