VIRGINIA MATHEMATICS TEACHER
The Virginia Mathematics Teacher (VMT) is published twice yearly and is distributed by mail to all current members.
The VMT is the winner of a 2018 Publication Award from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
We are seeking manuscripts that align to one of our regular features described below. Manuscripts are accepted on an on-going basis. Submit your manuscript here.
All articles are peer reviewed and feedback will be shared with the author. If you are interested in serving as a reviewer, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions, reach out to our editorial staff at email@example.com.
Research or Practitioner Articles
We are accepting papers on elementary, middle, and secondary mathematics teaching and education.
We are accepting articles that include teachers' reflections on mathematical topics you find challenging to teach. If you have a difficult problem or topic you use for your students, please describe the problem, discuss common student difficulties with it, and the way you approach teaching this topic.
Culturally Responsive Teaching of Mathematics
CRT is a research-based approach to teaching. It connects students' cultures, languages, and life experiences with what they learn in school.
Notes from the Field
In this section we feature articles from teachers who find exceptional ways to teach "ordinary" concepts in their classrooms.
In this section we are accepting suggestions for scenes from movies for readers to analyze and explain the mathematical plausibility of them. Please describe the scene and provide a timestamp for it.
What does your school division or institution do to encourage girls in mathematics? Submit any information or publications related to girls in mathematics education.
Unsolved Mathematical Mysteries
We are accepting articles about fascinating mathematical problems that have not yet been solved. The problem itself should be described simply so that a middle school student could understand it. It should also include the progress that has been made by the mathematics community on solving this problem.
Mathematics in Nature
In this section we feature articles that examine nature through the lens of mathematics. We are interested in articles that have meaning in the Kindergarten - Grade 12 classroom.
My Remarkable Student
Have you had a student that changed the way you think and teach? If so, please submit an article describing your experiences with this student and the ways they have affected your teaching.
Ashley Pratt, Editor
Toni Sorrell, Editor
Christina Anthony, Associate Editor
Serena Campbell, Associate Editor
Della Childress, Associate Editor
Michelle Rittenhouse, Associate Editor
Kimberly Zicafoose, Associate Editor