Pandemie en wiskunde onderwijs – call for papers (ESM)
|Meer informatie over dit Special Issue||Zie ook de editorial:
Bakker, A., Wagner, D. Pandemic: lessons for today and tomorrow?. Educ Stud Math (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10649-020-09946-3
In deze bijzondere (en soms ook wat angstige) tijd is het goed om gewoon door te gaan met het uitbreiden van onze kennis en de vertaalslag naar het onderwijs. ESM (Educational Studies in Mathematics) doet een oproep voor een special issue over de ‘pandemic and math ed’ (pandemie en wiskundeonderwijs).
Overgenomen uit de aankondiging:
A pandemic is currently grinding public life to a halt. Schools and universities are closed in many countries. Conferences are canceled or postponed. We empathize with people who have lost dear ones or turned ill, and with those who struggle to keep life going, for themselves and their dear ones. Organizers of many conferences have seen their huge efforts evaporate by one single decision, necessary to slow down the spread of the Covid-19 virus. Many participants had already booked flights and hotels—all gone. What will happen to all the research insights currently written down in ICME and PME papers?
This new special issue in Educational Studies in Mathematics (ESM) invites reflection on mathematics education in this time of crisis. Authors may wish to position this particular crisis in the context of other interrelated crises that grip our world, such as, climate change, human migration, the rise of xenophobic nationalism, and growing inequalities. However, we expect each paper to address the coronavirus pandemic to some extent. And, because we know that the pandemic is playing out differently in different parts of the world, we would ask each contributor to position their work in their local context.
- May 31, 2020: First full papers due
- June 30, 2020: Feedback and reviews from other contributors
- July 15, 2020: Decision letters and feedback distributed to authors
- August 30, 2020: Revised papers due
- October, 2020: Full ESM review begins