Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education (TURCOMAT)
e-ISSN 1309-4653 | Period Tri-annual | Founded: 2009
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Announcement: Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education continues its publication life in the new web interface from Volume 12, Issue 1 (2021). Authors are requested to submit their manuscripts on https://turcomat.org/index.php/turkbilmat. The articles published before Volume 12, Issue 1 will be available on Dergipark interface as well as the new interface. For any queries, request you to contact: email@example.com
The Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education (TURCOMAT) is an internationally recognized journal that undergoes a rigorous peer-review process and is freely accessible to the public. It releases three editions annually in April, August, and December. TURCOMAT is dedicated to disseminating educational research in the realms of mathematics education and computer science (refer to the focus and scope for details). The journal caters to the needs of action-oriented mathematics teachers, teacher educators, researchers, prospective computer educators, and individuals passionate about the intersection of mathematics education and computer science.
e-ISSN 1309-4653 | Period Tri-annual | Founded: 2009 | Publisher Science Research Society
- Call for Paper: December 2023 Issue | Papers Submission Deadline: 30th October 2023 Publication Date: Continuous Publication
- Scope: We can pose many appropriate research questions and conduct many innovative research studies in our field.
These fields mainly include the topics as below:
- training in-service mathematics teachers on IT through in-service courses,
- training pre-service mathematics teachers on IT through undergraduate programs,
- understanding how students learn mathematics and solve problems,
- identifying what student learn and think in mathematics,
- assessing and evaluating mathematics curriculum,
- designing and producing distance learning tools for teachers and students.
- Social Sciences: Education
- Mathematics: General Mathematics
- Mathematics: Computational Mathematics
- Computer Science: Computational Theory and Mathematics