The Australian Educational Researcher
The Australian Educational Researcher (AER) provides a forum for education researchers to debate internationally relevant issues across all levels of education, including:
· early childhood,
· primary and secondary school education,
· alternative education,
· adult education,
· vocational education and training, and
· university education.
The journal includes contributions from local and international researchers, representing a variety of relevant disciplinary perspectives.
Contents include original research articles employing quantitative, qualitative or mixed-methods, scholarly essays, methodological and theoretical discussion papers and education policy analyses.
Note to prospective authors: As submissions to the journal are increasing and reviewers are in short supply, please be advised that manuscripts that are not sufficiently internationalised, and/or that do not engage with prior research published in AER, are unlikely to be sent out for review.
Special Issue Proposals
AER will publish occasional special issues to a maximum one per annum. It is expected that the guest editor(s) of the special issue submit a proposal to the Managing Editor who will then send it out to review to the Editorial Board.
The criteria upon which it will be judged are whether the issue addresses contemporary concerns in an innovative way that aligns with the journal’s aims.
The special issue proposal should outline:
· Statement of overall aims and rationale for special issue
· Contribution to the field
· Rationale for the selection of papers
· Appropriateness to AER
· A list of possible reviewers
- 30 Volumes
- 102 Issues
- 833 Articles
- 3 Open Access
- 1985 - 2014 Available between
Widening and expanding participation in Australian higher education: In the absence of sociological imagination
Trevor Gale (December 2014)
Desperate shadows of ‘Belonging’: Revealing pedagogical issues with teaching prescribed English texts in the NSW Higher School Certificate (HSC)
Melissa R. Jogie (December 2014)
NAPLAN and the role of edu-business: New governance, new privatisations and new partnerships in Australian education policy
Anna Hogan (November 2014)
- Journal Title
- The Australian Educational Researcher
- Volume 12 / 1985 - Volume 41 / 2014
- Print ISSN
- Online ISSN
- Springer Netherlands
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