The mission of the online journal Mathematics Teacher Educator (MTE)
is to contribute to building a professional knowledge base for
mathematics teacher educators that stems from, develops, and strengthens
practitioner knowledge. The journal provides a forum for sharing
practitioner knowledge related to the preparation and support of
teachers of mathematics as well as for verifying and improving that
knowledge over time. The journal is thus a tool that uses the personal
knowledge that mathematics educators gain from their practice to build a
trustworthy knowledge base that can be shared with the profession.
Therefore, all manuscripts should be crafted in a manner that makes the scholarly
nature of the work apparent. Toward that end, manuscripts should
contain a description of the problem or issue of mathematics teacher
education that is addressed, the methods/interventions/tools that were
used, the means by which these methods/interventions/tools and their
results were studied and documented, and the application of the results
to practice (both the authors’ practice and the larger community).