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The majority of articles will take as their focus: Management and administration, particularly cultural and structural development within the system; Curriculum development and its relationship with institutional and staff development; Teaching and learning approaches, strategies and processes. The wide coverage allows discussion of topical issues and policies affecting education institutions worldwide.

Subjects Educational Research has recently covered include: Articles should be concerned, therefore, with issues bearing on the practical working and policy direction of higher education.

Contributions should, however, go beyond mere description of what is, or prescription of what ought to be, although both descriptive and prescriptive accounts are acceptable if they offer generalisations of use in contexts beyond those being described. Whilst articles devoted to the development of theory for its own sake will normally find a place in other and more academically based journals, theoretical treatments of direct use to practitioners will be considered.

The journal has an objective of improving the status of teaching and learning support as professional activity and embraces academic practice across all curriculum areas in higher education. The EERJ is not a journal for European educational researchers but a journal about the new frontiers of Europeanization in educational research. It has firm obligations to publish aspects of educational research which illuminate the cases and contexts of the emerging borderless space of European educational research.

It is a scholarly publication dealing with major problems and trends in contemporary higher education. It presents information, interpretations, and criticism in regard to current developments in the field. While focussing primarily on Europe and North America within the context of the other activities of the Centre, it regularly features contributions from other regions of the world as well.

Higher Education Policy is an international journal for advancing scholarly understanding of the policy process applied to higher education through the publication of original analyses, both theoretical and practice-based, the focus of which may range from case studies of developments in individual institutions to policy making at systems and at national level.

It encourages contributions that make explicit comparison between systems of higher education and is theme based, involving a common focus or combining articles which individually contribute to an overall topic. A substantial part of its contents is concerned with reporting research findings in ways that bring out their relevance to senior managers and policy makers at institutional and national levels, and to academics who are not necessarily specialists in the academic study of higher education.

Higher Education Quarterly also publishes papers that are not based on empirical research but give thoughtful academic analyses of significant policy, management or academic issues. What is its responsibility to society? Should it extend to all adults, and what can this mean in practice? Is it bound to be conservative in content or method? How can innovation be encouraged? What should be the relationship between individual and institutional freedom and public accountability?

How should they be paid? What should be their conditions of service? The journal is targeted at academics researching in the area of higher level skills, training providers and work based learning practitioners who provide or support the delivery of higher level skills, those who direct policy at institutional and national levels and those whose learning is the focus of this effort.

Kongolo, University of Swaziland, Swaziland; S. Performance-based reward for teachers: Clinical experience for teacher candidates: Relationship of the strategic vision alignment to employee productivity and student enrollment ; Stephanie T.

Brown, The University of Tulsa. Volume 14 - December, Assessing the impacts of experiential learning on teacher classroom practice ; Michael P. Secondary content area reading: Managing the demands of accreditation: Kourik, Webster University; Peter E.

Maher, Webster University; Benjamin O. Validation of a self-report instrument to assess social and emotional development ; Craig R. Scott, University of the Pacific; Stefanie E. Assurance of learning in short-term, study abroad programs ; Mary L. Tucker, Ohio University; Nicole L. Assessing mental health needs of rural schools in South Texas: Volume 13 - October, The construction and development of indicators of learning organization at higher educational institutions emphasizing graduate production and social development ; Chanwit Hanrin, Nakhonphanom University of Thailand; Pissamai Sri-Amphai, Nakhonphanom University of Thailand; Karn Ruangmontri, Nakhonphanom University of Thailand; Tharinthorn Namwan, Nakhonphanom University Thailand.

Hellsten, University of Saskatchewan; Michelle P. Prytula, University of Saskatchewan. The relationship between optimism and engagement: Business schools and resources constraints: A task for deans or magicians? Conflicts in higher education and perceived quality of education: Minorities in higher education: Sethna, The University of West Georgia. Volume 12 - August, Academic development practices at Fort Hare University: Development of an evaluation system of research performance by applying the outcome mapping approach: Pre-service teacher dispositions at work ; Gina M.

Picturing college access providers in Virginia: Alleman, Baylor University; L. Volume 11 - June, Dispositions assessment in teacher education: Academic program portfolio model for universities: A study of motivational factors for accounting educators: What are their concerns? Cornick, Winthrop University; Charles F. Transdisciplinary higher education curriculum: Work experience and learning: Honors program learning community outcomes among first-year university students ; Ellen H.

Assessing academic performance through study abroad: Assessing value of three summer field course ; Michael P.

Marlow, University of Colorado Denver. Student satisfaction with online learning: Lessons from organizational behavior ; Jollean K. Volume 10 - March, Service learning for accounting students: Hot and easy in Florida: A critical review of research on technology-based training in business organizations ; Marzieh Saghafian, Simon Fraser University.

Credit cards and student interest: The higher education workplace: China ; Hongjiang Xu, Butler University. Influence of mathematics and reading scores on type of college attended ; Roger Wojtkiewicz, Ball State University. Volume 9 - October GPS in the classroom: Norbert College; Matthew Stollak, St. Norbert College; Doug Obermann, St.

Scholarly activity of successful business researchers in the tertiary sector ; Adrian France, Waikato Institute of Technology Wintec. Campus perceptions of fair use violations: Developing a web explicit research strategy theory in African universities: Centering the business capstone course on the banking crisis: Volume 8 - August, Entrepreneurial postures and psychological traits: Strengthening pedagogy and practice with pre-service and inservice teachers ; Ivannia Soto-Hinman, Whittier College.

Why states should require a teaching performance assessment and a subject matter assessment for a preliminary teaching credential ; John Luster, National University. Diversity awareness among a diverse business student population: Voices from the Field: An exploratory study of undergraduate behavior ; Carl Case, St. Bonaventure University; Darwin King, St. Volume 7 - May, A study of suitable environmental education process for Thai schools context ; Kongsak Thathong, Khon Kaen University.

How to improve knowledge transfer strategies and practices in education? A research framework for studying conceptions and dispositions of mathematics: Volume 6 - March, Quality perception and the championship effect: Do collegiate sports influence academic rankings?

Student satisfaction and persistence: The struggle for strategic planning in European higher education: Management Information Systems curricula: Indirect cost rate variation determinants in university research, an empirical investigation ; Martha Lair Sale, Florida Institute of Technology; R.

Samuel Sale, Lamar University. Applying multilevel confirmatory factor analysis techniques to perceived homework quality ; Kanreutai Klangphahol, Chulalongkorn University; Duangkamol Traiwichitkhun, Chulalongkorn University; Sirichai Kanchanawasi, Chulalongkorn University. An integration of teaching and learning activities on environmental education in the subjects ; Kongsak Thathong, Khon Kaen University.

Important factors in designing a master of business administration program: Meeting the new needs: Volume 5 - December, Influences of strategies, knowledge sharing and knowledge transfer on the success of university-school collaboration in research and development ; Supaporn Kohengkul, Office of the Education Council, Ministry of Education; Suwimon Wongwanich, Chulalongkorn University; Nonglak Wiratchai, Chulalongkorn University.

Designing a professional development school program for non-traditional students ; Paul Caron, University of Southern Maine.

Causal factors and consequences of parent involvement growth: Student attributions and performance: The study of growth between academic self-concept, nonacademic self-concept, and academic achievement of ninth-grade students: Volume 4 - September, The Academic Cost of Being Overweight: Davies, University of South Dakota.

Are we preparing doctoral students in the art of teaching? Volume 3 - May, Student Reading Strategies and Textbook Use: Think Twice Before You Speak: Volume 2 - February, Publishing Rates of Graduated Education Ph. Traditional Lecturing Instruction ; Kevin K. Cheng, Kaohsiung Hospitality College. Evaluating Performance Improvement through Repeated Measures: Learning about the School Budget: A Constructivist Model ; Charles R. Volume 1, November, Challenges and Joys of Earning a Doctorate Degree:

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