News from CITE-Math Journal

CITE-Math publishes empirical and practitioner articles focusing on technology and teacher education. These include articles on using specific technologies to support teacher and prospective teacher learning and articles on supporting teacher learning about technologies to use in their instruction.

CITE-Math is a fully online and open-access journal without a publication fee. That means no page or word limit and the flexibility to be creative with embedded media (e.g., interactive applets, hyperlinks, video, and color graphics).

We’d love to discuss any ideas you have for practitioner or empirical articles! Set up a Zoom meeting with a CITE-Math Editor: Allison McCulloch ( or Chrystal Dean ( 

Introducing the 2024 Editorial Panel

The CITE-Math Editorial Panel is appointed by the AMTE Board of Directors. Panel members serve a 3-year term, and changes occur at the conclusion of the AMTE Annual Meeting. The panel welcomes our new panel members: Nina Bailey, Montclair State University; Queshonda Kudaisi, University of North Texas; and Ryan Smith, Radford University.  

Thank you to all who have reviewed for CITE-Math— we greatly appreciate your service.

We would like to extend a special thank you to members of the Editorial Panel who rolled off this year: Jason Silverman, Drexel University; Mustafa Demir, University of Detroit Mercy; and Anne Estapa, University of Iowa.