International Journal of Pedagogies & Learning

International Journal of Pedagogies & Learning

The International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning (ISSN 1833-4105) is an international, scholarly, independently and anonymously peer-reviewed journal that focuses on issues and trends in pedagogies and learning in local and global contexts and leadership in educational research.

The aim of the journal is to publish high quality research that focuses on the essence of pedagogy and learning and related issues and trends. While stimulating discussion of authoritative and emerging pedagogies and forms of learning, it will encourage the sharing of ideas that contribute to the transformation of contemporary conceptions of pedagogy and learning in order to reshape and revitalise educational provision from the perspectives of educators and learners alike. These ideas are intended to be simultaneously anchored in local, regional and national contexts and to be international and transnational in intent and impact.

Published in association with the International Society for Leadership in Pedagogies and Learning.


ISSN 1833-4105            3 issues per year
ERA Rank A
(2010)        (100 pg average)

Editor-in-Chief Editors
Shirley O'Neill Lindy Abawi
  Ibrahima Diallo
  Jeong-Bae Son

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Call for Papers

Pedagogy and language planning
Deadline for submissions: 9th May 2014
Publishing in December 2014 as Vol 9/2

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Pedagogy and language planning
Volume 9/2
Deadline: 9th May 2014


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Explorations of pedagogy in Australian contexts
Volume 8/3
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Quality pedagogies for quality learning in contemporary higher education
Volume 8/2
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Creativity and collaboration in the education sector
Volume 8/1
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Cross-cultural pedagogies: The interface between Islamic and Western pedagogies and epistemologies
Volume 7/3
Summary | Contents


Diverse dimensions of computer-assisted language learning
Volume 7/2
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Online Pedagogy in Practice
Volume 5/3
Contents


Working with Computer-Assisted Language Learning
Volume 5/2
Summary | Contents


Language Testing
Volume 5/1
Summary | Contents


Pedagogical Meanings Emerging in Practice (Part 2)
Volume 4/5
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Contextualizing CALL Locally and Globally
Volume 4/4
Summary | Contents


Pedagogical Meanings Emerging in Practice (Part 1)
Volume 4/3
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Doctoral Designers: Challenges and Opportunities in Planning and Conducting Educational Research
Volume 4/2
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Evaluating Value(s): Issues in and Implications of Educational Research Significance and Researcher Identity
Volume 4/1
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Meanings Emerging in Practice (Part 3)
Volume 3/3
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Meanings Emerging in Practice (Part 2)
Volume 3/2
Summary | Contents


Meanings Emerging in Practice (Part 1)
Volume 3/1
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Educating for Tomorrow: Considering Theories for Learning Futures
Volume 2/3
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'Town and Gown' in the Bush: Contemporary Regional Universities and Transforming Communities
Volume 2/2
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Meanings Under the Microscope (Part 4)
Volume 2/1
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Meanings Under the Microscope (Part 3)
Volume 1/3
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Meanings Under the Microscope (Part 2)
Volume 1/2
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Meanings Under the Microscope (Part 1)
Volume 1/1
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