Academic journal article Australian Mathematics Teacher

Editorial

Academic journal article Australian Mathematics Teacher

Editorial

Article excerpt

Welcome to 2005. We aim to bring you four editions of AMT this year that are of a very high standard. To help us with this goal we seek articles of interest to teachers and students at the junior secondary level. If you have a mathematics lesson that works well, uses technology innovatively, is challenging or is a bit different from your standard lessons, then why not pull out the word processor and make a valuable contribution to your journal. If there are teachers who would like to review an article for AMT we would also like to hear from you. Maybe your (belated) New Year's resolution could be to write something for your professional journal.

In this issue of AMT regular readers will notice that there is a change to the section entitled Diversions. After approximately ten years of preparing interesting snippets of mathematics, problems to solve and challenges to investigate, Paul Scott has decided to pick up his pencil and calculator and move on. Paul's contributions to AMT have been appreciated by numerous teachers, parents and students across the country. He maintained a high standard of interesting material for a significant period of time. Thank you Paul and we wish you well in your future mathematical endeavours.

Stepping into Paul's shoes in this edition we have Barry Squire. Barry is a retired lecturer in Mathematics Education from the University of New England. …

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