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International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology

Classroom Notes

The classroom notes are ‘a truly distinctive feature of IJMEST… provid(ing) a space for short articles highlighting a single, unusual and interesting result, an alternative method, or a creative approach to teaching a particular mathematical idea. These  articles are intended to provoke ideas that will support our teaching of mathematics at school or university level, and I would like to encourage authors to continue to submit these to the journal.’‘Colin Foster, Editor-in-Chief of IJMEST (Editorial 50.1)’ 


Article Title Author(s)Volume Issue
An infinite series involving inverse tanP. Glaister501
Critical perspectives of the ‘new’ difference equation solution method of Rivera-Figueroa and Rivera-RebolledoChristopher C. Tisdell501 (Free Access)
An unexpected property of quadrilaterals*A. Wares 502
A resource for introducing students to the integral conceptRichard A. Hoban504 (Free Access)
Construction of sundials via vectorsB. Tomas Johansson504
Pedogogical perspectives on the method of Wilmer III and Costa for solving second-order differential equationsChristopher C. Tisdell50 4
Paper folding and trigonometric ratiosArsalan Wares504 (Free Access)
An alternative measure of positive correlationSaralees Nadarajah, Jeffrey Chu & Stephen Chan504 (Free Access)
App-based scaffolds for writing two-column proofsDebbie Marie B. Verzosa, Ma. Louise Antonette N. De Las Peñas, Maria Alva Q. Aberin & Len Patrick Dominic M. Garces505
Computational thinking and constructionism: creating difference equations in spreadsheetsAharon Gero & Ilya Levin505 (Free Access)
On Picard's iteration method to solve differential equations and a pedagogical space for othernessChristopher C. Tisdell 50 5
Constructive struggle in geometry classroomsArsalan Wares & Iwan Elstak505
Review of a predator-prey model with two limit cyclesQ. van der Hoff & A. Harding506
Dynamic visualization of line integrals of vector fields: a didactic proposalJ. C. Ponce Campuzano, A. P. Roberts, K. E. Matthews, M. J. Wegener, E. P. Kenny & T. J. McIntyre506 (Free Access)
An accessible, justifiable and transferable pedagogical approach for the differential equations of simple harmonic motionChristopher C. Tisdell506
A generalization of the remainder theorem and factor theoremF. Laudano506
The missing link in teachers’ knowledge about common fractions divisionAnat Klemer, Shirley Rapoport & Hanna Lev-Zamir508
A brief introduction to nomography: graphical representation of mathematical relationshipsLeslie Glasser & Ron Doerfler508

International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology

The International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology provides a medium by which a wide range of experience in mathematical education can be presented, assimilated and eventually adapted to everyday needs in schools, colleges, polytechnics, universities, industry and commerce

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