ISSN 2053-1451

Just published: **Volume 6 (2014)**

- A. D. Gardiner,
*Teaching mathematics at secondary level,*6 no.1 (2014), 1–215.

The De Morgan Gazette is a part of a wider online forum and blog on mathematics education – The De Morgan Forum – hosted by the London Mathematical Society for the benefit of the mathematics community. It was previously published under the name of *The De Morgan Journal* and had ISSN 2049-6559.

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- to encourage academic mathematicians to reflect on current issues in education,
- to encourage them to explore the links between higher mathematics and elementary mathematics,
- to examine policy implications which could be important for the wider mathematical/ educational/scientific community.

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**The De Morgan Gazette (ISSN 2053-1451):**

**Volume 6 (2014)**

- A. D. Gardiner,
*Teaching mathematics at secondary level,*6 no.1 (2014), 1–215.

**Volume 5 (2014)**

- W. Marsh and R. Elwes, Let’s Get Real, 5 no.1 (2014), 1-4.
- J. Blankenship, RobotBASIC in the Classroom, 5 no. 2 (2014), 5-18.
- D. Edwards, The Math Myth, 5 no. 3 (2014), 19-21.

**Volume 4 (2013)**

- The De Morgan Journal: Change of the name, 4 no. 1 (2013), 1.
- A. D. Gardiner, Mathematics GCSE (England). Proposed subject content: Suggested revisions.
- A. D. Gardiner,
National curriculum (England), September 2013; Attainment targets and programmes of study (key stages 1–3). Comments and suggested necessary changes. 4 , no. 3 (2013), 13-57

**Archive of The De Morgan Journal (ISSN 2049-6559):**

# Volume 3 (2013)

- E. I. Khukhro, Physics and Mathematics School by Correspondence at the Novosibirsk State University, 1–6.
- A. D. Gardiner, Mathematics GCSE (England). Proposed subject content: Suggested revisions. I. 3 no. 2 (2013), 7–15.

**Volume 2 (2012)**

**Volume 2, Issue 4**

- D. G. Wells, Can mathematicians help? pp. 1–4.
- S. S. Kutateladze, Nomination and definition, pp. 5–8.

**Volume 2, Issue 3: ****National Curriculum**

**National Curriculum**

- A. D. Gardiner, A draft school mathematics curriculum for all written from a humane mathematical perspective: Key Stages 1–4, pp. 1–138.
- A. D. Gardiner, Observations on the LMS Response to Draft Programme of Study in Mathematics, Key Stages 1–2, 139–148.

**Volume 2, Issue 2: Specialist Mathematics Schools and Education of “Mathematically Able” Children**

- A. D. Gardiner,
*Introduction*, pp. 1-4. - M. Lemme,
*Utter elitism: French mathematics and the system of classes prépas*, pp. 5-22. - A. V. Borovik,
*“Free Maths Schools”: some international parallels*, pp. 23-35. - D. Yumashev,
*ZFTSh: A specialist correspondence school*, pp. 37-41. - P. Tanovic,
*Matematicka Gimnazija*, pp. 43-46. - P. Juhász,
*Hungary: Search for mathematical talent*, pp. 47-52. - F. Truong and G. Truc,
*‘Studying in a prépa as surviving in hell’: untold episodes from a mythical media tale*, pp. 53-61. - D. Pierce, St. John’s College, pp.63-73.
- A. V . Borovik and A. D. Gardiner, Mathematical abilities and mathematical skills, pp. 75-86.
- A. D. Gardiner, Nurturing able young mathematicians, pp. 87-96
- Acceleration or enrichment: Report of a seminar held at the Royal Society

on 22 May 2000, pp. 97-125.

**Volume 2, Issue 1: Undergraduate Mathematics Education**

- A. D. Gardiner,
*JMC Report: Digital Technologies and Mathematics Education*, pp. 1-7. - A. V. Borovik,
, pp. 9-39.*Information and Communication Technology in University Level Mathematics Teaching* - R. Brown and T. Porter,
*What should be the context of an adequate specialist undergraduate education in mathematics?*, pp. 41-67. - O. Yevdokimov,
*Notes about teaching mathematics as relationships between structures: A short journey from early childhood to higher mathematics*, pp. 69-83. - D. Wells, Response to the paper “What should be the context of an adequate specialist undergraduate education in mathematics?”, by Ronnie Brown and Tim Porter, pp. 85-98.
- D. Pierce, Induction and Recursion, pp. 99-125.
- S. Huggett, Multiple choice exams in undergraduate mathematics, pp. 127-132.

## Volume 1 (2011)

- A. De Morgan,
*Mathematical induction,*pp. 1–2. - R. Howe,
*Three pillars of first grade mathematics,*pp. 3-17. - D. Tall,
*Perceptions, operations and proof in undergraduate mathematics,*pp.19-27.