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Do you have  expertise, reflections, or mathematical lessons to share with our learning community?  Submit your manuscript to Reflections today! 
Reflections is designed to  showcase the thoughts, lessons, studies, and articles of mathematics teachers across the state of Georgia, and it is time for you to become part of this conversation.

Currently seeking manuscripts on 

        • Contextual Learning
        • Hybrid (F2F and Virtual) Teaching and Learning
        • Classroom Discourse
        • Standards of Mathematical Practice
        • Adapting to curriculum reform
        • Transitions from elementary to middle, middle to high, and high to post secondary mathematics - challenges and strategies for helping students connect prior learning or adapting to new contexts. 
        • Social Justice
        • The promotion of professional well-being through mental wellness, maintaining balance, developing boundaries, and collaboration
        • Problem-solving
        • Favorite “ah-ha” lessons

Snippet Ideas

        • Spotlight of mathematical artwork (students or teachers)
        • Honoring a mentor or collaborator the has personally impacted your career
        • Book or film reviews or recommendations
        • Reflections on teaching and learning
        • Feedback on GCTM events and opportunities

Deadlines

Fall

August 7th

Winter

December 7th

Spring

March 12th

Summer

May 7th


If you wish to discuss your ideas for a topic prior to submission, please reach out to Dr. Becky Gammill, our publications editor, for more details. 


Submission Guidelines

Manuscript Format

Manuscripts should be double-spaced, with 1-inch margins on all sides, typed in 12-point font and follow the latest edition of the APA style guide. Manuscripts should be submitted in MS Word. Please embed any images or photos within your manuscript.

Manuscript Submission

Manuscripts should be submitted to Dr. Becky Gammill (gammillgctm@gmail.com). Receipt of manuscripts will be acknowledged. Manuscripts are accepted for consideration with the understanding that they have not been published previously and are not being considered simultaneously for publication elsewhere. Along with your submission, you must also include an author bio and photograph that will accompany your piece within Reflections.

Manuscript Publication

When a manuscript is accepted for publication, the editor/journal reviewers may make suggestions or revisions in consultation with the principal author. However, because of publication deadlines, the editor reserves the right to make minor revisions without seeking prior approval from the author. Release statements for all copyrighted materials must be received prior to publication. If student work or images are used within your submission, make sure to include the proper release forms from your school district so that those materials may be included with your work.

Length of Submissions

We accept submissions of various types and lengths. Please look at previous issues of Reflections to get an idea of how long or short a piece should be. The following lengths are flexible, but recommended.

  • Teacher Reflections: 1.5 – 3 pages.
  • Lesson: 4 – 6 pages (including references, resources, and teacher keys.)
  • Research: 6 – 12 pages. Longer studies may shorted or broken up into smaller pieces for sequential publication releases.
  • Snippets (Book reviews, student artwork, sharing a short teaching or mathematics tip): 1 – 2 pages.

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