Mathematics Teacher Educator: Looking Back and Looking Forward

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In this editorial, I look back at what the Mathematics Teacher Educator journal has accomplished during its short existence. In particular, I examine how past editors and panelists have worked to clearly establish the unique identity of the journal. This clearly articulated vision has assisted in attracting well-aligned, high-quality manuscript submissions. It also provides educative scaffolds for authors, reviewers, and editors that have led to the publication of articles relevant to mathematics teacher educators. I then look forward to consider how we can harness the power of the internet to enrich readers' experiences with the journal. Many ways exist for an online journal to capitalize on technology to communicate, interact, and connect.

Contributor Notes

Karen Hollebrands, Graduate Program Coordinator for Mathematics and Statistics Education, North Carolina State University, 502F Poe Hall, Campus Box 7801, Raleigh, NC 27695;

(Corresponding author is Hollebrands
Mathematics Teacher Educator


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