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Educational Research & Evaluation: An International Journal on Theory and Practice
Educational Research and Evaluation is a fully refereed international journal publishing original academic articles that promote educational processes and outcomes that are both well-informed and evidence-based. The journal is deliberately multi-disciplinary and broad in its scope, and addresses rigorous research and evaluation at all levels, and in all sectors and ages of education. The journal's Editorial Board includes world-class researchers, includiung John Hattie, Bert Creemers, Ludger Woesmann, Jaap Scheerens, and Magdalena Mok.
The journal publishes:
- original research and evaluation studies
- secondary analyses of existing (international) data sets
- meta-analyses and reviews synthesizing evidence
- guidelines for practice
- review articles and meta-analyses on the effects of educational interventions on student outcomes
- reviews of recently published books on education, results of research, and research methods
Educational Research and Evaluation also invites articles about the use and evaluation of evidence in practice, theoretical, conceptual, methodological, and substantive issues in research and evaluation, as well as position papers related to issues about evidence-based education.
Discover the type of innovative research published in Educational Research and Evaluation with free access to articles from their latest special issue, "Malleability in Educational Effectiveness: What are Realistic Expectations about Effect Sizes?":
- Malleability in educational effectiveness: what are realistic expectations about effect sizes? Introduction to the special issue, Jaap Scheerens & Gary N. Marks
- Accounting for previous performance of students by means of growth curves analyses to estimate the size, stability, and consistency of school effects, Anneke Timmermans & Greetje van der Werf
- The perspective of “limited malleability” in educational effectiveness: treatment effects in schooling, Jaap Scheerens
- PISA trends, social changes, and education reforms, Cesare Aloisi & Peter Tymms
In addition to the prestige of publishing in this multi-disciplinary journal, authors receive the following benefits:
- Validate your research through a robust peer review process
- Increase your opportunities for future collaboration
- Share your research with 50 free e-prints and tips on promoting your article courtesy of our Author Resources site
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Please see our 'Instructions for Authors' page for complete and detailed instructions on submitting your work to Educational Research and Evaluation.
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- Co-Editor: Greetje van der Werf, University of Groningen, The Netherlands (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Co-Editor: Keith Morrison, Macau University of Science and Technology, Macau, P.R. China(email@example.com)
- Deputy Editor: Ralf Maslowski, University of Groningen, The Netherlands (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Reviews Editor: Beng Huat See, Educational Research and Evaluation, School of Education, Durham University, Leazes Road, Durham, DH1 1TA, UK (email@example.com)