TESOL Quarterly (TQ), a refereed professional journal, fosters inquiry into English language teaching and learning by providing a forum for TESOL professionals to share their research findings and explore ideas and relationships in the field. TQ's readership includes ESOL teacher educators, teacher learners, researchers, applied linguists, and ESOL teachers. - See more at: http://www.tesol.org/read-and-publish/journals/tesol-quarterly#sthash.Po...
Teaching Theology and Religion is an international peer-reviewed journal on teaching, published by Wiley-Blackwell in cooperation with the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion at Wabash College.
The Physics Teacher publishes peer-reviewed papers on the teaching of introductory physics and on topics such as contemporary physics, applied physics, and the history of physics. Dedicated to strengthening the teaching of introductory physics at all levels, including secondary schools colleges and universities, TPT provides peer-reviewed content and materials to be used in classrooms and instructional laboratories.
The editorial mission of The Modern Language Journal is to publish “research and discussion about the learning and teaching of foreign and second languages.” The MLJ is an international refereed journal that is dedicated to promoting scholarly exchange among researchers and teachers of all modern foreign languages and English as a second language. The journal is particularly committed to publishing high quality work in non-English languages.
Journal of Geography is the journal of the National Council for Geographic Education. The Journal of Geography provides a forum to present innovative approaches to geography research, teaching, and learning. The Journal publishes articles on the results of research, instructional approaches, and book reviews.
The History Teacher publishes articles of three general types:
Reports on promising new classroom techniques, educational programs, curricula, and methods of evaluating instructional effectiveness.
Analyses of important interpretations, leading historians, historiographical problems, and recent trends in specific fields of historical research.
Critical review essays on audiovisual materials, textbooks, and other secondary works suitable for classroom use.
Within the context of medical and health sciences' education, issues covered by The Internet Journal of Medical Education include, but are not limited to: Curriculum design, development and delivery; Assessment and evaluation; Teaching methods; Opportunities and challenges; Innovations; Distance education; Online education; Informal educatio;n Educational governance; Quality issue;s Education for the lay perso;n History of education; Ethics in education; Students' prceptions; International models; Faculty development, support & scholarship; and Inter-professional education.
We run fairly informally with Teaching History: no fancy printed style sheet or any of that. We assume that authors will use good writing style and such. Then, when we accept an essay, we do whatever editing is needed to assure consistency within the journal.
Teaching Statistics is aimed at teachers of students aged up to 19 who use statistics in their work. The emphasis is on teaching the subject and addressing problems which arise in the classroom. The journal seeks to support not only specialist statistics teachers but also those in other disciplines, such as economics, biology and geography, who make widespread use of statistics in their teaching. Teaching Statistics seeks to inform, enlighten, stimulate, correct, entertain and encourage. Contributions should be light and readable. Formal mathematics should be kept to a minimum.
PMER invites original and previously unpublished submissions, including articles (no longer than 7500 words) addressing philosophical or theoretical issues relevant to music education; responses to articles that have appeared in PMER, or comments on other issues relevant to the philosophy of music education (no longer than 1500 words); and book reviews, offering critical analysis of recent publications dealing with philosophical or theoretical issues in music education (suggested length: 2500 words).