Call for Manuscripts related to the 2022 AMTE Position Statement on Technology
The 2022 Position of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators on Technology (read here), describes five interconnected ways that MTEs should incorporate technology to align with research-based recommendations:
- Using technology to advance equity and equitable teaching practices
- Supporting teachers in using technology to develop their mathematical content knowledge
- Supporting teachers in using technology to help their students learn mathematics
- Supporting teachers with online, hybrid, and distance education
- Evaluating technology-supported teaching and learning
CITE-Math welcomes practitioner, empirical, and theoretical articles related to issues highlighted by these recommendations. Articles can be focused on either preservice or in-service teacher education.
CITE-Math is a fully online journal, which allows for the inclusion of digital media (e.g., video, hyperlinks, embedded applets), making it possible for readers to interact with your scholarship in creative ways.
If you have queries about potential articles or are interested in reviewing for the journal, feel free to contact the AMTE CITE-Math Editors.
CITE Journal Sponsors
The following professional societies are joint sponsors of the CITE journal. Each teacher educator association has responsibility for publication in its content area.
- Mathematics Education – Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators
- Science Education – Association for the Education of Teachers in Science
- English Education – NCTE Conference on English Education
- Social Studies Education – NCSS College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA)
- General Technology – Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE)
The Cite Journal is supported by a US Department of Education Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology Catalyst grant and by the sponsoring teacher educator associations.
If you have queries about potential articles or are interested in reviewing articles for the journal, feel free to contact the AMTE CITE-Mathematics' Editors.