The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher
The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher (TAPER) is an international refereed journal of original and innovative research in education. It provides a venue for the publication of empirical and theoretical studies in education, with emphasis on the experiences of successful educational systems in the Asia-Pacific Region.
The journal publishes:
Regular Article that report original and innovative research work that leads to the understanding and/or improvement of educational processes and outcomes using research methods and analytic frameworks of the varied academic disciplines (anthropology, applied linguistics, cognitive science, economics, history, philosophy, political science, psychology, sociology, among others) and also using multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches;
and Special issue articles whose description will be provided on Call for Papers of each special issue.
Regular Article shall contain maximum 6000 words (Including the references)
Standardized Homework Practices and Teacher Autonomy: Experiences of Primary English Language Teachers in Hong Kong
Benjamin Luke Moorhouse (October 2018)
Entrepreneurship Education Matters: Exploring Secondary Vocational School Students’ Entrepreneurial Intention in China
Promoting Middle School Students’ Learning Motivation and Academic Emotions via Student-Created Feedback for Online Student-Created Multiple-Choice Questions
- Journal Title
- The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher
- Volume 22 / 2013 - Volume 27 / 2018
- Print ISSN
- Online ISSN
- Springer Singapore
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