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Educational Leadership has a distinctive niche in the world of education publishing. Our readers are educators from all levels, preK–12, and from many different disciplines and job positions—teachers, principals, superintendents, professors of education, and other leaders in education.
international peer-reviewed journal which publishes original and significant contributions on educational administration, management and leadership, in its widest sense, from all over the world. This includes primary research projects located in schools, and in further, vocational and higher education institutions.
Educational Policy blends the best of educational research with the world of practice, making it a valuable resource for educators, policy makers, administrators, researchers, teachers, and graduate students.
The journal has a deliberately broad scope and publishes quantitative and qualitative research studies, reviews of research, discussion pieces, short reports and book reviews concerned with critical inquiry in and of education.
publishes scholarly articles that are of general significance to the education research community and that come from a wide range of areas of education research and related disciplines. ER aims to make major programmatic research and new findings of broad importance widely accessible.
innovation in educational management across the spectrum, the development of educational delivery mechanisms, and the creation of an environment in which the management of resources provides the most efficient outputs achievable on an international basis to allow the sharing of new initiatives.
The Journal is interdisciplinary in approach, and publishes major studies and in‐depth reviews that are significant, substantial, wide‐ranging and insightful, and have a genuinely international reach and orientation.
lesson and learning studies that are pedagogically aimed at improving the quality of teaching and learning in formal educational settings.These studies may take the form of action research, design experiments, formative evaluations or pedagogical research more generally that is designed to foster a democratic, discursive and action orientated inquiry process.
primary focus is on understanding issues of leadership and management in K-12 schools and school systems. This broad focus includes studies of how leadership is shaped by the cultural and national context of schools, as well as leadership effects on teachers and teaching, features of the school organization (e.g., culture, climate, health), educational quality and student outcomes.
The mission of the Journal of Teacher Education, the flagship journal of AACTE, is to serve as a research forum for a diverse group of scholars who are invested in the preparation and continued support of teachers and who can have a significant voice in discussions and decision-making around issues of teacher education.
Teaching Statistics is intended for all those who teach statistics to students aged up to 19 years. The emphasis is on good practice in teaching statistics and statistical thinking in any context, whether in statistics subjects/courses/modules or in other disciplines such as economics and business, biology and health sciences, technology, psychology, mathematics and any area which uses statistics.
We at About Campus feel strongly that in order to challenge and inspire our colleagues in higher education—and to address hard issues honestly and directly—we need to present the experience and knowledge of a unique mix of researchers, public figures, professionals, faculty members, students, and those working in both student affairs and academic affairs
Among the questions explored are the maintenance of scholarly standards, the quality and even-handedness of peer review, the preservation of intellectual tolerance and civility on campus and within academic associations, and the relationship between government and education.
an international, refereed publication for all those who teach and support learning in higher education (HE) and those who undertake or use research into effective learning, teaching and assessment in universities and colleges.
Its purpose is to advance understanding of assessment and evaluation practices and processes, particularly the contribution that these make to student learning and to course, staff and institutional development.
academic and scholarly practitioner-focused papers providing broad international coverage of issues, developments and innovation in higher level skills, higher level work-based learning and higher education, showcasing work around employer engagement, work integrated learning, co-operative education, graduate employability and workforce development.
Higher education and development, Quality assurance and evaluation in higher education, Research development of higher education and its practices, Other topics related higher education and development.
Key areas of focus in higher education include: curricular and educational developments/reforms in higher education across the globe, internationalization of higher education , operational aspects of universities/ institutions , comparison between systems of higher education, pedagogy
The journal considers submissions that discuss national and supra-national higher education policies and/or analyse their impacts on higher education institutions or the academic community: leadership, faculty, staff and students, but also considers papers that deal with governance and policy issues at the level of higher education institutions.
scholarly articles that make a significant and original contribution to the theory, practice or research of higher education. We welcome theoretical, philosophical and historical articles and essays that address higher education in any of its dimensions. Equally, we welcome empirical higher education studies, which employ qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methodologies including big data.
Articles of interest to the IJEI readership may include but are not limited to the following areas as they relate to educational integrity: plagiarism, cheating, academic integrity, honour codes, teaching and learning, institutional integrity and student motivation. Submissions may include original research (including practitioner research), theoretical discussions and review papers.
Higher Education has followed educational developments throughout the world in universities, polytechnics, colleges, and vocational and education institutions. It has actively endeavoured to report on developments in both public and private Higher Education sectors.
The AAUP Journal of Academic Freedom publishes scholarship on academic freedom and on its relation to shared governance, tenure, and collective bargaining. Scholarship on academic freedom is typically scattered across a wide range of disciplines. The Journal provides a central place to track the developing international discussion about academic freedom and its collateral issues. Essays range from historical studies to analyses of contemporary conflicts, from accounts of individual faculty experiences to institutional histories.
Higher education teaching, learning, curriculum, assessment, policy, management, leadership, and related areas. Digitization, internationalization, and democratization of higher education, and related areas such as lifelong and lifewide learning. Innovation, change, and reflections on current practices
It is a must read for those seeking to influence educational policy making. The journal also aims to be of use to managers and senior academic staff who seek to place their work and interests in a broad context and influence educational policy and practice.
a forum for educational practitioners across a wide range of disciplines. Its purpose is to facilitate the communication of teaching and learning outcomes in a scholarly way, bridging the gap between journals covering purely academic research and articles and opinions published without peer review.
Addressed to presidents, vice presidents, deans, and other higher education decision-makers on all types of campuses, New Directions for Higher Education provides timely information and authoritative advice about major problems and administrative issues confronting every institution.
The series has four goals: to inform readers about current and future directions in teaching and learning in postsecondary education, to illuminate the context that shapes these new directions, to illustrate these new directions through examples from real settings, and to propose ways in which these new directions can be incorporated into still other settings
The journal is receptive to critical, phenomenological as well as positivistic studies. The journal would like to publish more studies that use hermeneutic, semiotic, ethnographic or dialectical research as well as the more traditional studies based on quantitative surveys and in-depth interviews and focus groups.
Among the topics of interest to the journal are: access and retention; student success; equity; faculty issues; institutional productivity and assessment; postsecondary education governance; curriculum and instruction; state and federal higher education policy; and financing of postsecondary education.
The journal advances the study of college- and university-related topics through peer-reviewed articles, essays, reviews and research findings, and by emphasizing systematic inquiry--both quantitative and qualitative--and practical implications
Empirical, theoretical and conceptual articles of significant originality will be considered. The Journal welcomes contributions that seek to enhance understanding of higher education policy, institutional management and performance, teaching and learning, and the contribution of higher education to society and the economy.
critically examines and interrogates the values and presuppositions underpinning teaching, introduces theoretical perspectives and insights drawn from different disciplinary and methodological frameworks, and considers how teaching and research can be brought into a closer relationship.
Women in Higher Education is a monthly practitioner’s news journal aimed at all women seeking to become more successful on campus. Each issue provides strategies and news beneficial for all campus leaders.
Topics covered include:Intercultural education, Inclusive education, Urban education, Diversity in education, Ethnicity in education, Gender and education, Disability and education and Technology and Multicultural education.
JAIE strives to improve Indigenous education through empirical research, knowledge generation, and transmission to researchers, classrooms, communities, and other educational settings. Studies grounded in Indigenous research methodologies are especially encouraged.
Topics will include: corporate culture at Hispanic-Serving Institutions; financial aid and graduation rates; retention strategies at Hispanic-Serving secondary institutions; Hispanic involvement in college and university athletics; Hispanic graduation rates among disciplines; organization development in Hispanic-serving institutions; curricular issues; demographic shifts and student government; technology and family values; teaching strategies; retention models; recruiting models; faculty development.
seeks to advance the understanding and significance of international education. It sets out to undertake a rigorous consideration of the educational implications of the fundamental relationship between human unity and human diversity that 'education for international understanding' requires
The journal addresses issues in both formal and informal education and upbringing, and includes within its scope relevant aspects of applied ethics, including: Bioethics, Medical ethics, Management ethics, Sex education, Ethics of therapy and counselling, Professional ethics
Focuses on basic and applied research and clinical issues related to attention in children, adolescents, and adults. Included are articles on diagnosis, comorbidity, neuropsychological functioning, psychopharamacology, and classroom management strategies.
The purposes of TED are to stimulate and improve the preparation of those who will teach and otherwise work with and for children with disabilities, to encourage research on questions relating to exceptionality and to the teaching of children with disabilities, to establish liaisons with organizations of allied purposes, and to assist chapters and federations of TED in carrying out these purposes at state or provincial levels
AEQ publishes research employing a variety of methods and approaches, including (but not limited to) survey research, experimental designs, case studies, ethnographic observations and interviews, grounded theory, phenomenology, historical investigations, and narrative inquiry as well as articles that address theoretical and philosophical issues pertinent to adult and continuing education.
Improving Schools has created a forum for the exchange of ideas and experiences. Major national policies and initiatives have been evaluated, to share good practice and to highlight problems. The journal also reports on visits to successful schools in diverse contexts, and includes book reviews on a wide range of developmental issues.
Papers published in the journal make an explicit contribution to the science of learning and instruction by drawing out the implications for the design and implementation of learning environments. We particularly encourage the submission of papers that highlight the interaction between learning processes and learning environments, focus on meaningful learning and recognize the role of context.
Each issue of New Directions for Evaluation is devoted to a single topic, with contributions solicited, organized, reviewed, and edited by guest editors. Topics can be about broad aspects of evaluation or can focus on programs, policies, personnel, and other forms of evaluands in professional or disciplinary domains such as energy, environment, mental health, education, criminal justice, social welfare, human resources, technology assessment, and myriad others.
Open Learning publishes three kinds of article:theoretical and evidence-based scholarly articles reflecting developments in open, distance and e-learning; shorter practical articles describing the implementation of forms of open, flexible and distance learning likely to interest our international readership; and book reviews