The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) and the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE) are excited to announce their collaborative venture - a joint online journal: Mathematics Teacher Educator.
Mission and Goals of MTE
Mathematics Teacher Educator contributes to building a professional knowledge base for mathematics teacher educators that stems from, develops, and strengthens practitioner knowledge. The journal provides a means for practitioner knowledge related to the preparation and support of teachers of mathematics to be not only public, shared, and stored, but also verified and improved over time (Hiebert, Gallimore, and Stigler 2002).
Mathematics Teacher Educator is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal for practitioners. Two issues of the journal are published each year (for members only) and the cost is an additional $20 for Full Individual members, and $10 for Student and Emeritus members.
Audience of MTE
The primary audience of Mathematics Teacher Educator is practitioners in mathematics teacher education, with practitioner broadly defined as anyone who contributes to the preparation and professional development of pre-K–12 pre-service and in-service teachers of mathematics. Mathematics teacher educators include mathematics educators, mathematicians, teacher leaders, school district mathematics experts, and others.
Writing and Reviewing for Mathematics Teacher Educator Session Powerpoint
Download Powerpoint from 2013 Mathematics Teacher Educator session at Research Presession which shares information about the scope and purpose of the journal, criteria for manuscripts, and statistics on the journal to date including manuscripts received, acceptance rate, and turnaround time. Learn more about writing and reviewing.
Call for Next MTE Editor
Call for Editor of Mathematics Teacher Educator to start May 2014
Margaret (Peg) Smith, Editor
Melissa D. Boston, Associate Editor
Christine A. Browning, AMTE Board Liaison
Anthony M. A. Fernandes
Gladis Kersaint, NCTM Board Liaison
Diana V. Lambdin
Rheta N. Rubenstein
Denise A. Spangler, Panel Chair
Laura R. Van Zoest
Michael C. Fish, NCTM Staff Liaison
The journal acceptance rate is 21% for the period October 1, 2011 through December 31, 2012. The mean time for a decision is 72 days from submission.