The members' journal “Mitteilungen der GDM” is published twice a year. Editor is Andreas Vohns on behalf of the executive board. The book review section is edited by the editor-in-chief of MathEduc, Thomas Jahnke. Please send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org and book reviews to email@example.com. Further information for authors (German language) and a LaTeX template are available.
Starting with issue 82 the journal is available in PDF format as well.
The Journal for Didactics of Mathematics („Journal für Mathematik-Didaktik”) is the offical organ of the GDM and publishes original articles from all areas of mathematics education research and developement. All articles are peer-reviewed by three anonymous referees. Decisions about the publication and modifications are made by the editorial board. Submissions are open to related sciences (pedagogy, psychology, sociology or philosophy) and neighbour sciences (didactics of science or languages). All articles, however, are related to the teaching and learning of mathematics.
The GDM is responsible for the yearly annual meeting of the society, the Tagung für Didaktik der Mathematik. The presentations of the conference are published in the series „Beiträge zum Mathematikunterricht”.
Starting with the 2005 proceedings we offer an electronic version at http://www.mathematik.tu-dortmund.de/ieem/cms/de/home/bzmu_home.html.
A list of further journals in mathematics education is available in the corresponding category in Madipedia. In particular this includes the ZDM - The International Journal on Mathematics Education.
Madipedia is an online service of the GDM containing information about mathematics education. In particular, you find information about persons in mathematics education, a directory of dissertations in mathematics education and a survey of research projects in mathematics education. All content in Madipedia is currently in German language only, but we try to extend this service to other languages later.
Links into Madipedia are marked specially on our website: Beispiel.
Madipedia is work in progress, but due to its underlying wiki software it is possible for members and non-members to extend this source of information and help us.