Journal Description

Infinity Journal is a peer-refereed open-access journal which has been established for the dissemination of state-of-the-art knowledge in the field of mathematics education. This journal is founded under the collaboration between the IKIP Siliwangi and Indonesian Mathematics Educators' Society (IMES). All submitted manuscripts will be initially reviewed by editors and are then evaluated by a minimum of two International Reviewers through the double-blind review process. This is to ensure the quality of the published manuscripts in the journal.

The Infinity Journal welcomes high-quality manuscripts resulted from a research project in the scope of mathematics education, which includes, but is not limited to the following topics: Mathematics Ability, Realistic Mathematics Education, ICT in Mathematics Education, Design/Development Research in Mathematics Education, and Ethnomathematics. The manuscript must be original research, written in English, and not be simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference.

Journal Information

Journal title : Infinity Journal
Initials : IJ
Abbreviation : Inf. J.
Frequency : 2 issues per year (February and September)
DOI : 10.22460/infinity by
Print ISSN : 2089-6867
Online ISSN : 2460-9285
Editor-in-chief : Prof. Dr. Heris Hendriana
Managing Editor : Prof. Dr. Wahyu Hidayat
Publisher : IKIP Siliwangi and Indonesian Mathematics Educators' Society (IMES)
Citation Analysis : Scopus | Sinta | Google Scholar | Dimensions | DOAJ

Editorial Process

Editorial Process

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Before Submission

The author has to ensure the manuscript has been prepared using Infinity Template following the author guidelines. The single author's paper is just for the invited author or the author with a great reputation for research or publication in mathematics education. The manuscript should also have been carefully proofread and similarity checked (the proofreading certificate and similarity check result must be attached as a supplementary file in the submission process). Apart from that, the author must also attach an Authorship Form signed by all authors (Download Authorship Form).

Any manuscript which does not meet the author's guidelines, focus, and scope, is written in a different format, or has poor soundness of English will be immediately rejected. The only manuscript which meets the Infinity standard will be processed further.

Registration and login are required to submit items online and check current submissions' status.

Vol. 13 No. 1 (2024): VOLUME 13, NUMBER 1, INFINITY

Infinity Journal Volume 13 Issue 1 (February 2024) has been available online since October 8, 2023, for the regular issue of February 2024. All articles in this issue (15 research articles) covers 72 authors from 13 countries of origin (Albania; Armenia; Brazil; China; Colombia; Indonesia; Japan; Malaysia; Mexico; Nigeria; Philippines; Spain; and Thailand).

Published: Oct 8, 2023

Mathematical representation: A bibliometric mapping of the research literature (2013–2022)

Pages: 1-26

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Demotivating factors in teaching mathematics: A study of Albanian teachers

Pages: 27-44

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Integrating STEAM into flip flop model to improve students’ understanding on composition of functions during online learning

Pages: 45-60

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The resolution of quadratic inequality problems in mathematics: Discrepancies between thought and action

Pages: 61-82

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Students’ common errors in quadratic equations: Towards improved mathematics performance

Pages: 83-98

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Cognitive load scale in learning formal definition of limit: A rasch model approach

Pages: 99-118

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The use of augmented reality to improve students' geometry concept problem-solving skills through the STEAM approach

Pages: 119-138

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Exploring contributing factors to PISA 2022 mathematics achievement: Insights from Indonesian teachers

Pages: 139-156

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Elementary school students’ layers of understanding in solving literacy problems based on Sidoarjo context

Pages: 157-174

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Impact of "Donkey", "Snap" dan "King" (DSK) non-digital gamification cards on fourth-grade students' math performance in fractions

Pages: 175-196

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Developing patterns of students' mathematical literacy processes: Insights from cognitive load theory and design-based research

Pages: 197-214

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Exploring junior high school students' geometry self-efficacy in solving 3D geometry problems through 5E instructional model intervention: A grounded theory study

Pages: 215-232

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Global trend of ethnomathematics studies of the last decade: A bibliometric analysis

Pages: 233-250

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The bridging understanding of language and mathematical symbols between teachers and students: An effort to increase mathematical literacy

Pages: 251-270

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A semiotic perspective of mathematical activity: The case of integer

Pages: 271-284

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