The Far East Journal of Mathematical Education is a peer reviewed journal that publishes articles devoted to a variety of aspects of mathematical education concerning students, educators, researchers and practitioners. The journal solicits original research papers that provide a firm grip on mathematical concepts. Authors are asked to write with a brisk but clear style and, whenever appropriate, to include a discussion of relevant technology. In particular, discussions involving statistics and aspects of computers are highly encouraged, as are papers involving algorithms and simulations for learning mathematics (including online instruction). The journal welcomes articles that either survey recent innovations in curricula or design such innovative directions. Beginning in 2017, the journal hopes to begin publishing some articles that feature “PROOFS WITHOUT WORDS”.
The FJME is published in four issues per volume annually appearing in February, May, August and November.
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Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA)
Professor David E. Dobbs
Department of Mathematics
University of Tennessee
Knoxville, Tennessee 37996-1320, USA