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Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School (MTMS)

for Grades 5-9 

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Published 9 times a year: August, September, October, November, December/January, February, March, April, and May

The only journal of its kind, Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School (MTMS) is specifically addressed to the middle school math teacher. Excellent for advertising math textbooks, computers, calculators, software, and services for enhancing learning in the middle grades.

Your ad in MTMS will reach:

  • 31,500 prime users and buyers of math equipment and services—a specialized, concentrated audience
  • math supervisors—the people responsible for curriculum design, textbook adoption, and equipment purchase
  • college and university personnel—pre-service teachers and teacher educators

For details, see Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School.

   

MTMS 2014/2015 PRINT DEADLINES 

Effective May 1, 2014 to April 30, 2015 

Issue Month   

Space   

Artwork  

August 2014 

May 29

June 4

September 2014 

July 2  

July 10

October 2014 

August 1   

August 7

November 2014   

August 28

September 4

Dec 2014/Jan 2015   

October 1

October 7

February 2015*   

November 24

December 2

March 2015  

December 29

January 7

April 2015 

February 2

February 6

May 2015 

March 5

March 6

(see cancellation and revision policy)   

*MTMS FOCUS ISSUE - February 2015 

Focus issues are special editions of the NCTM Journals that carry one theme throughout the journal, usually a "hot topic" in math education. These issues are eagerly anticipated by our readers as comprehensive guides and therefore have a long shelf-life.

Mathematical Modeling  
The Common Core State Standards for Mathematics make paramount the ability for students to construct, interpret, and use mathematical models. Modeling spans various middle-grades subjects—in science, students might use graphs and tables to model water quality over time; in social studies, students might address social justice issues by analyzing map projections for distortions of national boundaries. This issue will focus on mathematical modeling that engages students in writing, using multiple representations, making conjectures, assessing error, and applying mathematics to real-world contexts.


 

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