The Australian Educational Researcher
The Australian Educational Researcher (AER) promotes understanding of educational issues through publication of original research and scholarly essays. The journal includes contributions from local and international researchers, representing a variety of relevant disciplinary perspectives.
AER provides a forum for education researchers to debate current problems and issues.
Contents include book reviews, scholarly essays, original quantitative and qualitative research and papers that are methodologically or theoretically innovative.
AER welcomes contributions from a variety of disciplinary perspectives on any level of education.
30 Volumes 101 Issues 826 Articles available from 1985 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
“Languages aren’t as important here”: German migrant teachers’ experiences in Australian language classes
Katharina Bense (September 2014)
International ‘benchmarking’ studies and the identification of ‘education best practice’: a focus on classroom teachers and their practices
Andrew Skourdoumbis (September 2014)
Val Klenowski (September 2014)
- Journal Title
- The Australian Educational Researcher
- Volume 12 / 1985 - Volume 41 / 2014
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- Springer Netherlands
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