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Special Issue Article
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Illustrations of Practice
The editors of MTED would like to invite authors to contribute to an exciting new section in our journal. Illustrations of Practice will feature examples of practitioner research that describe innovative and practical examples of mathematics education researchers’ work. We are particularly interested in featuring examples of professional learning sessions undertaken with in-service teachers and accounts of classroom practice conducted with pre-service teachers. All submitted Illustrations of Practice articles are expected to be scholarly, comply with ethical approval, and make a contribution to the teaching of mathematics education. The articles will be limited to 2500 words, with the use of illustrations, work samples, and photos encouraged. It is anticipated that each regular future issue of MTED will include an Illustration of Practice, which has been fully peer-reviewed.