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MAN EDUC 281: Conceptual Foundations of Elementary Mathematics I

Mathematics Education Journals

You can browse articles from the journals below by following the links provided.  From the "landing page" for the journals - in the JSTOR or EBSCOhost database - you can also search for certain topics within the specific journal.  For this class, use one of the two Professional Journals shown.

Professional Journals (use one of these two)

Teaching Children Mathematics (1994-2019, JSTOR)

Mathematics Teaching (2002-present, EBSCOhost)

Mathematics Education Scholarly Journals (for future reference)

Educational Studies in Mathematics (1968-present)

Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education (1998-present)

School Science and Mathematics (1901-present)

General Mathematics Scholarly Journals (for future reference)

American Mathematical Monthly (1894-2017)

The College Mathematics Journal (1984-2017)

Mathematics Magazine (1947-2017)

Teaching Statistics: A journal for teachers of students aged 9 to 19  (1996-2020)
 

To browse other journal titles

Two options:

1.  Search the UWGB Libraries' complete journal collections by title. 

     a.  Go the library homepage, select "Search and Find" then select "Journal Title List."

     b.   Type your title into the search box and select  

     d.  If the title appears,  just click   located immediately under the journal title (if available).

     e.  You should now be in Search@UW record page for that title.  To view specific volumes, click any of the database links that appear next to the phrase "Full text available at:"

2.  Go to a database of your choice, for example, EBSCO Academic Search Complete

     a.  At the top of the screen, click the "Publications" link in the top menu bar

     

      b.  On the next page, you can either use the search box if you know the name of the journal, or browse through the alphabetical list.