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Beta: Jurnal Tadris Matematika

Beta: Jurnal Tadris Matematika (p-ISSN: 2085-5893 | e-ISSN: 2541-0458) is an international journal devoted to publishing and disseminating research, ideas, and practices on mathematics education. Specifically, it focuses on the critical, humanistic, political, or socio-cultural perspective of mathematics education and affects in mathematics teaching and learning. The journal is published by Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Mataram in collaboration with Asosiasi Dosen Matematika dan Pendidikan Matematika PTKIN (Ad-Mapeta) half-yearly (May and November) and has been indexed in SINTA 2 until 2024.

2022 Acceptance rate 24% - Overall acceptance rate (2017-present) 26% 

The published articles are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License

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Why publish with us?

Open Access and Free

Full open-access. No processing & publication fees for authors


The journal has rigorous peer-reviews


The journal is indexed in DOAJ, SINTA and under review by ERIC


Research Articles

The aim of this category is to publish original empirical research that refer to various methodological perspectives, for example, qualitative, systematical reviews, quantitative or mixed-methods. A guideline for authors to write RA is explained in the manuscript template  

Classroom Reports

This category is devoted to mathematics teachers or educators who want to publish their instructional ideas, either has been implemented or just a plan. It has less rigour format than the research articles. Details about CR can be read in the manuscript template

Theoretical Perspectives

This category aims to accomodate potential authors, especially invited/expert authors who want to address theoretical or methodological outlooks of their research. The theoretical perspectives (TP) are expected to provoke discussions on related theories/frameworks/methods and trigger future research. Authors'... More