The TCM Editorial Panel is particularly
interested in submissions from classroom teachers. Teacher Educators and Researchers are
encouraged to seek out classroom practitioners as co-authors. Examples of
potential topics are included in the following manuscript calls, however we
would also be interested in other topics that address various aspects of
teaching children mathematics. Feature articles are about 2500 words.
The TCM Editorial Panel is interested in the next steps that are being taken in your school communities to address the expectations outlined in the CCSSM. In addition, we want to learn more about how classroom teachers are integrating the CCSSM into their classroom practice.
- Early Childhood - Where math learning begins
Young children learn best when they are interested and engaged. Tell us how you excite, support and celebrate young mathematicians.
How do you use technology to develop students’ understanding, stimulate their interest, and increase their proficiency in mathematics? Share your ideas about the effective use of technology in grades pre-K–6 mathematics classrooms.
- Supporting Teacher Learning
Do you plan, facilitate, or support preservice or in-service teacher learning? We want to hear about your experiences.
- Hot Topics
Hot topics include intervention strategies, assessment, connections, and professional learning collaborations.
- What Did You Do in School Today?
Teach others by sharing a classroom experience that taught you a lesson.
- From the Classroom
Lessons, strategies, communication, insights, games, manipulatives, assessment… if it affects your classroom, we want to hear about it.
- General information about writing for Teaching Children Mathematics
Integrating Science Technology Engineering in Mathematics is the venue for ideas and activities that stimulate student interest in the integrated fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) in grades K-6 classrooms. Submit manuscripts of up to 1200 words.
- News & Views
Readers share information, perspectives, and responses to previously published articles and current issues in elementary school mathematics education.
Items are designed as rich “grab and go” resources. Submit your quick game, puzzle, activity or instructional strategy along with suggestions for how this idea can be utilized by teachers of different grade bands (K-1, 2-3, 4-6). Submissions are limited to 250 words.
- Complete Department Guidelines
All calls are open unless otherwise noted.
If you have questions or topic ideas that are not addressed in the above calls, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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