The Journal of Mathematics and Science: Collaborative Explorations (JMSCE) is the official journal of the Virginia Mathematics and Science Coalition (VMSC), a non-profit organization comprised of education, scientific, corporate and public policy leaders committed to the sustained elevation of mathematics and science education to ensure that all Virginia’s students and citizens have the foundation required for life-long success in their daily lives, career, and society.
The journal focuses on the exchange of ideas, primarily among college and university faculty from mathematics, science, and education, while incorporating the perspectives of elementary and secondary school teachers. Articles are solicited that address the preparation of prospective teachers of mathematics and science in grades K-12, the preparation of mathematics and science teacher leaders for grades K-12, and innovative programs for undergraduate STEM majors. Journal of Mathematics and Science: Collaborative Explorations.
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Current Issue: Volume 18, Number 1 (2022) A National Consortium for Synergistic Undergraduate Mathematics via Multi-institutional Interdisciplinary Teaching Partnerships (SUMMIT-P)
Interdisciplinary Collaboration to Develop Meaningful Mathematical Experiences
Susan Ganter and Bill Haver
A Tale of Four Departments: Interdisciplinary Faculty Learning Communities Informing Mathematics Education
Bryan D. Poole, Caroline Maher-Boulis, John Hearn, Jason Robinson, Patricia McClung, and Amanda Jones
Improving Student Knowledge Transfer between Mathematics and Engineering Courses through Structured Cross-disciplinary Collaboration: A SUMMIT-P Initiative
Laura Ellwein Fix, Afroditi Filippas, Maila Brucal-Hallare, and Rebecca Segal
Using an Interdisciplinary Case Study to Incorporate Quantitative Reasoning in Social Work, Nursing, and Mathematics
Elizabeth Post, Mischelle Stone, Lauren Cavner Williams, and Mary Beaudry
Just in Time Mathematics Review for Accounting Students
Anneke Bart, Michael May S.J., and Debbie Pike
Leveraging Interdisciplinary Expertise in Developing an Alternative Mathematics Pathway
Beverly Wood and Debra T. Bourdeau
Statistics for Nursing and Allied Health at Saint Louis University in the Spirit of SUMMIT-P
Kimberly S. Druschel, Mike May, and Elizabeth Gockel Blessing
An Examination of Factors that Support Sustainable Cultural and Curricular Change in STEM Teaching and Learning
Erica Slate Young, Peaches Hash, Sarah Schott, and Jack Bookman
An Exploration of the Use of Science Specialists and Elementary Students’ Science Achievement
Wesley Roach and Jillian L. Wendt