Your lecturers have requested that the maths journals be grouped to provide guidance about quality and purpose of titles. Use these lists to inform your decision making about whether an article is a suitable reference for your assessment task.
When you need to locate articles about a specific topic for your assessment tasks, the most efficient approach is to search by keyword in the recommended education databases as they index the contents of thousands of journals.
Depending on your research topic, be prepared to think laterally and consider general education journals in the areas of cognition, teaching methods, learning styles and educational psychology.
Your lecturers will often require you to cite articles that report original research.
Practitioner or professional titles are aimed at supporting teachers who are working in schools.
Tip: You can use the UlrichsWeb : global serials directory to check if a journal is peer reviewed.
You can set up Table of Contents Alerts (TOC) to stay up to date with a journal of interest. This allows you to:
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