Learning and Teaching, an international refereed journal, provides a forum for discussion and analysis of the latest educational research and perspectives on innovative approaches to classroom pedagogy, learning, and teaching in the global culture. It focuses on major models of learning and teaching, including constructivism, metacognition, social learning, critical pedagogy, reflection, multiple intelligences, motivation, classroom discrimination, collaborative group learning, equity, values education, human rights, social justice, excellence and quality in education, and democratic curriculum. The journal also offers a new dimension to cross-cultural, multi-modal, and diverse approaches to the learning and teaching process in the classroom.
Articles (3,000-5,000 words) are chosen for their originality, readability, and accessibility to wide audience, including educators, college academics, graduate students, classroom teachers, policy analysts, educational administrators, and educational researchers. In order to ensure that articles are of the highest quality they will be reviewed by at least two independent referees before acceptance for publication.
The journal has no publication fees.
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Volume 8, Number 1, 2015
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