Research in Education, Curriculum and Pedagogy: Global Perspectives
Dr Melissa Jogie, University of Roehampton, UK
Karen Wang, All Terrain Publishing, UK
International Editorial Board
Liliana Belkin, University of Roehampton, UK
Jin Chi, Beijing Normal University, China
Ruichang Ding, Beijing Normal University, China
Lydia Foong, Taylor’s University, Malaysia
Kyara Rojas-Bustos, University of Roehampton, UK
William Shannon, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Ling Zhou, East China University of Science and
Research in Education, Curriculum and Pedagogy (RECAP, ISSN: 2977-1633): Global Perspectives is an open access, peer reviewed and copyedited International Journal. This journal serves as a platform for disseminating knowledge about multidisciplinary educational issues from a global viewpoint. We are seeking submissions which share research findings, studies and insights related to education systems, policies and practices, and changes and challenges to educational purpose and meaning. Our principal objective is to encourage scholarly dialogue and to encourage and nurture the work of early career researchers. We seek to explore a wide range of education-related content and encourage submissions which show interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary collaborations. We strive to build a bridge between theory and practice in education, which not only reflects researcher interests but can also appeal to public understanding of relevant educational issues.
The journal considers submissions of research findings and practice reflections across a wide range of educational content related to theory, pedagogy, educational systems, curriculum design, policy changes, ethics, and methodology. The journal promotes the ethos of equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI). We are also keen to encourage early career researchers (ECRs), post-doctoral researchers and doctoral candidates working in education and education related subjects, and preliminary works with relatively small to mid-sized data sets to consider this journal for publication.
Topics may include but not restricted to:
1. Educational systems or policies that are of global and/or comparative design focusing on functions, efficiencies, or challenges.
2. Interdisciplinary approaches to educational research that can be applied to practices related to equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI).
3. Mixed methodological design and analysis that might be related to using both simple and more sophisticated approaches to building evidence or datasets.
4. New and emerging challenges of using technology in educational contexts for example digital technologies in learning and teaching, generative AI, and online learning.
5. Educational practices related to black and minority ethnic (BME) groups and from underserved communities or countries.
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