“Mathematics + Self-Care = Being the Best You!”—Read the Editorial by MTLT Associate Editors Christa Jackson and Tomika Altman, as they provide thoughtful commentary on the challenges of 2021, reflect on mathematics teachers’ and educators’ innate resilience, and look forward to 2022. Read the December issue here!

 
 

Be sure to check out the Call for Papers for the 2022 MTLT Special Issue on Social-Emotional Learning and Mathematics.

 
 

Activity Gems for the 9–12 Classroom contains a set of lessons from NCTM’s Navigations series, with particular emphasis on the Mathematics Teaching Practices found in NCTM’s Principles to Actions: Ensuring Mathematical Success for All. Teachers in the 9–12 classroom can use these lessons to help their students build on the foundation of their earlier education, expand their mathematical thinking into new areas, and advance in understanding and confidence.

 
 

The editors of Disrupting Injustices: Mathematics Educators in Critical Moments invite you to complete an “Intent to Submit a Chapter” form for this book that highlights critical moments individual teachers have faced by describing instances when mathematics teachers (un)intentionally create more just and equitable classrooms or schools. Read about it here.

 
 

In their Editorial in the November issue of JRME, the editors discuss bridging the gap between research practice and teaching practice. Read the announcement here!
 

 

 
 

The latest issue of MTE focuses on supporting prospective and preservice teachers as well as using case studies and one-on-one work with students.

 

Journals

 
Mathematics Teacher: Learning and Teaching PK-12

Mathematics Teacher: Learning and Teaching PK-12

 
Mathematics Teacher Educator

Mathematics Teacher Educator

 
Journal for Research in Mathematics Education

Journal for Research in Mathematics Education

Books

 
Project-Based Learning

Project-Based Learning in Elementary Classrooms: Making Mathematics Come Alive

 
Unpacking Fractions

Principles to Actions: Ensuring Mathematical Success for All

 
 
100 Problems

One-Hundred Problems Involving the Number 100

 

News & Announcements