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[math-learn] CALL: Editors for Research in Maths. Educ'n journal
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Call for editors for Research in Mathematics Education journal

RESEARCH IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION

EDITORIAL TEAM January 2018 - Dec 2021

Call for proposals

The Executive of the British Society for Research into Learning
Mathematics (BSRLM) invites applications for the Editorial team
of Research in Mathematics Education (RME). This role is initially
for a three or four year term commencing in January 2018, which may
be extended for up to three years.

A team of three editors is required: proposals may be made as a team
or individually. The editors will work in close collaboration, taking
joint responsibility for the journal as a whole. RME has three issues
per year, one of which is normally a guest-edited special issue.

Applications should be in the form of a covering letter (up to 1000
words) and brief CV (up to 3 pages, with publications in refereed
journals listed separately) and sent to Dr Sue Gifford
(S.Gifroehampton.ac.ukford@) by 30th November 2017.

For full details of the call, click on the link below:

RME Call for editors Oct 2017

http://www.bsrlm.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/RME-Call-for-editors-Oct-2017.pdf

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Jerry P. Becker
Department of Curriculum & Instruction
College of Education and Human Services
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
625 Wham Drive / MC 4610
Carbondale, Illinois 62901



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