International perspectives on problem solving research

A new issue of The Mathematics Enthusiast (previously known as The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast) is just about to be published. Once again, I have been lucky enough to get a sneak preview from the editor, Professor Bharath Sriraman. The coming issue is a special issue that focus on “International Perspectives on Problem Solving Research in Mathematics Education“, and guest editors are Manuel Santos-Trigo and Luis Moreno-Armella (both from Mexico). The issue, which is a double issue, contains 18 articles, so we are talking about a monumental publication of more than 500 pages here!

In the issue, you will find a good mixture of articles from a variety of researchers – including some of the most prominent researchers in the field. So, if you are at all interested in problem solving and research on problem solving, this is definitely an issue to pay close attention to. As you can read in Professor Sriraman’s editorial (see embedded sneak preview), some changes have been made to the journal. One thing: the contents of the journal will be more open than ever, which I find great 🙂

Here is a sneak preview. You will be able to download all the articles from the journal website in just a couple of days, so pay attention to that!

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