The De Morgan Gazette

 ISSN 2053-1451

Just published: Volume 9 (2017)

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.

The aims of The Morgan Gazette are

  •  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.

The general editorial control of the Blog and co-hosted repositories of papers, video and audio materials, etc., belongs to the Education Committee of the London Mathematical Society.

The editorial process is simplified and light touch and is concerned mostly with general readability and decent (non-managerialist!) style. However all papers are open for post-publication discussion, comments and review in the associated Blog (and comments are warmly welcome); in that sense, all contributions and papers will be post-reviewed. Click here for  submission procedure.

The De Morgan Gazette  (ISSN 2053-1451):

Volume 9 (2017)

  1. A. Borovik, What Students Like, The De Morgan Gazette 9 no. 1 (2017), 1–6. bit.ly/2ie2WLz
  2. R. Brown, Tutorials for mathematics students, The De Morgan Gazette 9 no. 2 (2017), 7–10. bit.ly/2lGUhj2
  3. R. Kossak, Anecdotal evidence, The De Morgan Gazette 9 no. 3 (2017), 11–16. bit.ly/2mz5pS2
  4. A. Borovik, What can specialist mathematics schools give to students that mainstream schools cannot? The De Morgan Gazette 9 no. 3 (2017), 17–25. bit.ly/2mSXnzC

Volume 8 (2016)

  1. A. Borovik,   Sublime Symmetry: Mathematics and Art, The De Morgan Gazette 8 no. 1 (2016) 1-8.
  2. A. Borovik, Comments on “Stop Ruining Math! Reasons and Remedies for the
    Maladies of Mathematics Education” by Rachel Steinig
    , The De Morgan Gazette 8 no. 2 (2016) 9-18. bit.ly/2b8nSht
  3. P. Ransom, Some recollections of early experiences with mathematics, The De Morgan Gazette 8 no. 3 (2016) 19-26. bit.ly/2bM0RyS
  4. D. Pierce, Thales and the Nine-point Conic, The De Morgan Gazette 8 no. 4 (2016)  27-78. bit.ly/2hlyHzZ
  5. V. Solomonov, Short Rules for Russians Teaching Calculus and Lower-Level Classes in USA, 8 no. 5 (2016), 79–84 ISSN 2053–1451. bit.ly/2izEyR2

Volume 7 (2015)

  1. D. Donmez,  Ankara Fen Lisesi (Turkey), The De Morgan Gazette 7 no. 1 (2015) 1-3.

Volume 6 (2014)

  1. A. D. Gardiner, Teaching mathematics  at secondary level The De Morgan Gazette 6 no.1 (2014), 1–215.

Volume 5 (2014)

  1. W. Marsh and R. Elwes, Let’s Get Real, The De Morgan Gazette 5 no.1 (2014), 1-4.
  2. J. Blankenship,  RobotBASIC in the Classroom, The De Morgan Gazette 5 no. 2 (2014), 5-18.
  3. D. Edwards,   The Math Myth, The De Morgan Gazette 5 no. 3 (2014), 19-21.
  4. M. Gavrilovich, Point-set topology as diagram chasing computations, The De Morgan Gazette 5 no. 4 (2014), 23-32.
  5. R. Hanson, National Assessment Reform – Where are we now? The De Morgan Gazette 5 no. 5 (2014), 33-39.

Volume 4 (2013)

  1. The De Morgan Journal: Change of the name, The De Morgan Gazette 4 no. 1 (2013), 1.
  2. A. D. Gardiner, Mathematics GCSE (England). Proposed subject content: Suggested revisions. The De Morgan Gazette 4 , no. 2 (2013), 3-11.
  3. A. D. Gardiner, National curriculum (England), September 2013; Attainment targets and programmes of study (key stages 1–3). Comments and suggested necessary changes. The De Morgan Gazette 4 , no. 3 (2013), 13-57.

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

Volume 3 (2013)

Volume 2 (2012)

Volume 2, Issue 4

Volume 2, Issue 3: National Curriculum

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

Volume 2, Issue 1: Undergraduate Mathematics Education

Volume 1 (2011)


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