Journal of Mathematical Behavior, The
J Math Behav
The Journal of Mathematical Behavior exists for two reasons: to assist in efforts to improve the learning and teaching of mathematics, and to help develop a deeper understanding of how people learn and use mathematics. The editor is particularly eager to receive manuscripts on the following topics: Observational studies that show how students think about mathematics, observational studies showing possibilities for student achievement that are not commonly recognized, observational studies that show potential obstacles to student understanding of mathematics, intervention programs to improve curriculum or pedagogy in mathematics, at any level from early childhood through university study, analyses of appropriate goals for mathematics curricula for various groups of students, analyses of what needs to be changed in curricula or in learning experiences, or what should not be changed, analyses of alternative curricula, questions of how best to describe or analyze what people do when they "do mathematics", reviews of relevant books or programs. Because the editors believe in the value of dialog and discussion, they are particularly interested in articles that continue, extend, modify or challenge other reports previously published in JMB.
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