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Zahra Gooya,
Volume 2, Issue 3 (9-2014)

Abstract: In 1996 at the first Iranian Mathematics Education Conference (IMEC1) that was held in Isfahan. I obliged myself as a mathematics educator, to inform the mathematics community at large by presenting a paper entitled “what is mathematics education?” to pave the way for the establishment of the master program of mathematics education in Iran. Now, after 16 years, we need to reflect on this rapid development and ask ourselves that “what is not count as mathematics education”. In responding to this serious question, a metaanalysis was conducted that its data consisted of the PDF files of all the rejected research papers to the IMEC12 that were coded and all the personal identification for them were removed.  The main purpose of this study is to reflect on what has happened in last 16 years, hoping to “learn from the past to avoid its repetition!”       
Ali Haiati, Shahram Skandaripour, Alireza Assareh, Roghayeh Heydari,
Volume 11, Issue 22 (9-2023)

The present article has been done with the aim of meta-analysis of the works of research teachers in Zanjan province and has used the combined meta-analysis method and six steps of Krippendorf. From the statistical population of 129 selected works of the province, 51 works have been selected as the study sample. Data were extracted with the help of three analysts using three checklists. Research findings in terms of form show more attention of research teachers (female, elementary school, intermediate work history,…) in the field of educaotin and learning, in the methodological view indicate more use of critical approach by research teachers in Problem solving, from the combined method in data collection and analysis, from the theoretical background in proposing solutions and also; In terms of cognitive concept, it indicates that most of the issues of teaching and learning are related to the structure and method of education.

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