International Journal on Emerging Mathematics Education


Journal title             International Journal on Emerging Mathematics Education
Initials                      IJEME
Abbreviation            Int. J. Emerg. Math. Educ.
Frequency               2 issues per year (March and September)
DOI                           prefix 10.12928
Print ISSN               2549-4996
Online ISSN            2548-5806
Editor-in-chief         Masitah Shahrill
Managing Editor     Rully Charitas Indra Prahmana
Publisher                 Universitas Ahmad Dahlan
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International Journal on Emerging Mathematics Education (IJEME), p-ISSN: 2549-4996 and e-ISSN: 2548-5806, is a peer-reviewed open access journal and aims to provide an international forum for researchers, professionals, lecturer, and educational practitioners on all topics related to mathematics education. The journal consists of high-quality technical manuscripts on advances in the state-of-the-art of mathematics education; both theoretical approaches and practical approaches are encouraged to submit. Submitted papers must be written in English for initial review stage by editors and further review process by minimum two international reviewers.

International Journal on Emerging Mathematics Education (IJEME) welcomes research articles from academics, educators, teachers, trainers and other practitioners on all topics related to mathematics education to publish high quality papers. Papers for publication in this journal are selected through precise peer-review to ensure quality, originality, appropriateness, significance, and readability.

The Journal invites original research articles and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. The whole spectrum of research in mathematics education are welcome, which includes, but is not limited to the following topics, such as Realistic Mathematics Education (RME), Design/Development Research in Mathematics Education, PISA Task, Mathematics Ability, ICT in Mathematics Education, and Ethnomathematics. The journal provides an international forum for the sharing, dissemination and discussion of research, experience and perspectives across a wide range of education, teaching, development, instruction, educational projects and innovations, learning methodologies and new technologies in mathematics education.

OAI Address
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Before Submission
You have to make sure that your paper is prepared using the IJEME's template, has been carefully proofread and polished, and conformed to the author guidelines. Every manuscript sent to the editorial office of IJEME ought to follow the writing guidelines. If the manuscript does not meet the author guidelines or written in a different format, the article will BE REJECTED. Only submitted manuscript that meets IJEME format will be processed further.

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Announcements

 

IJEME Call for Papers 2018-2019

 

International Journal on Emerging Mathematics Education (IJEME) Call for Papers 2018-2019

We invite you to submit your paper to IJEME. Papers submission deadlines:

Vol. 2 No. 2 Sept 2018, submission deadline: 15 July 2018
Vol. 3 No. 1 Mar 2019, submission deadline: 24 Jan 2019
Vol. 3 No. 2 Sept 2019, submission deadline: 15 July 2019

 
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IJEME, Vol. 2 No. 1, March 2018

Table of Contents

Articles

Educational Borrowing and Mathematics Curriculum: Realistic Mathematics Education in the Dutch and Indonesian Primary Curriculum PDF
Shintia Revina, Frederick Koon Shing Leung 1-16
Strategies for Promoting Social Justice in the Math Classroom PDF
Ram Krishna Panthi, Bal Chandra Luitel, Shashidhar Belbase 17-38
What is the Better Social Media for Mathematics Learning? A Case Study at A Rural School in Yogyakarta, Indonesia PDF
Dwi Sulisworo, Kasem Permprayoon 39-48
Utilising the Think-Pair-Share Technique in the Learning of Probability PDF
Cheryl Lee, Hui-Chuan Li, Masitah Shahrill 49-64
Exploring Derivatives by Means of GeoGebra PDF
Puspita Sari, Aris Hadiyan, Dwi Antari 65-78
The Gap between the Beginning and the End of Algebraic Thinking Transition Period PDF
Dian Permatasari, Idris Harta 79-88
Characteristics of Students’ Metacognition Process At Informal Deduction Thinking Level in Geometry Problems PDF
Ahmad Rofii, Sunardi Sunardi, Muhtadi Irvan 89-104
Learning Combinations Through “Handshake” PDF
Rarri Bian Ryandi, Somakim Somakim, Ely Susanti 105-118