I have written a lot about new articles that have been published in the major journals lately, but not so much about updates on new issues of these journals. Here is an overview of some of the latest news from the major journals:

Educational Studies in Mathematics has released the October issue of this year, with a special focus on "The role and use of examples in mathematics education". The articles in the issue include:

Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education has released the September issue with the following highlights:

International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education has released the September issue of this year with the following articles:

Otherwise, For the learning of mathematics has released issue 2 of this year.

Educational Studies in Mathematics has released the October issue of this year, with a special focus on "The role and use of examples in mathematics education". The articles in the issue include:

- Intuitive nonexamples: the case of triangles, by Pessia Tsamir, Dina Tirosh and Esther Levenson
- Using learner generated examples to introduce new concepts, by Anne Watson and Steve Shipman
- Doctoral students’ use of examples in evaluating and proving conjectures, by Lara Alcock and Matthew Inglis
- Exemplifying definitions: a case of a square, by Rina Zazkis and Roza Leikin
- The purpose, design and use of examples in the teaching of elementary mathematics, by Tim Rowland
- Characteristics of teachers’ choice of examples in and for the mathematics classroom, by Iris Zodik and Orit Zaslavsky
- Shedding light on and with example spaces, by Paul Goldenberg and John Mason

Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education has released the September issue with the following highlights:

- How can research be used to inform and improve mathematics teaching practice? by Anne D. Cockburn
- Promoting student collaboration in a detracked, heterogeneous secondary mathematics classroom, by Megan E. Staples
- Using a video-based curriculum to develop a reflective stance in prospective mathematics teachers, by Shari L. Stockero
- What makes a problem mathematically interesting? Inviting prospective teachers to pose better problems, by Sandra Crespo and Nathalie Sinclair
- Mathematical preparation of elementary teachers in China: changes and issues, by Yeping Li, Dongchen Zhao, Rongjin Huang and Yunpeng Ma

International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education has released the September issue of this year with the following articles:

- Effects of advance organiser strategy during instruction on secondary school students’ mathematics achievement in Kenya’s Nakuru district, by Bernard N. Githua and Rachel Angela Nyabwa
- Examining Reflective Thinking: A Study of Changes in Methods Students’ Conceptions and Understandings of Inquiry Teaching, by Jing-Ru Wang and Sheau-Wen Lin
- Following Young Students’ Understanding of Three Phenomena in which Transformations of Matter Occur, by Lena Löfgren and Gustav Helldén
- Secondary School Students’ Construction and Use of Mathematical Models in Solving Word Problems, by Salvador Llinares and Ana Isabel Roig
- Cognitive Incoherence of Students Regarding the Establishment of Universality of Propositions through Experimentation/Measurement, by Mikio Miyazaki
- Differentials in Mathematics Achievement among Eighth-Grade Students in Malaysia, by Noor Azina Ismail and Halimah Awang
- THAI GRADE 10 AND 11 STUDENTS’ UNDERSTANDING OF STOICHIOMETRY AND RELATED CONCEPTS, by Chanyah Dahsah and Richard Kevin Coll
- The Inquiry Laboratory as a Source for Development of Metacognitive Skills, by Mira Kipnis and Avi Hofstein

Otherwise, For the learning of mathematics has released issue 2 of this year.

## 1 comments:

I find the one about the lack of research informing professional practice amusing, given that for most actual teachers reading that single article will cost $32.

We are not located at universities with well-endowed libraries, nor do we have the money to purchase journals ourselves.

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