International Journal of Lesson and Learning Studies
The International Journal for Lesson and Learning Studies (IJLLS) is the official journal of the World Association of Lesson Studies (WALS). The journal is dedicated to publishing educational research that focuses directly on improving the quality of learning in classrooms and other formal learning environments through pedagogical experiments or action research. IJLLS rests on the conviction that there is a need for a journal that will promote an evidence-based and rigorous pedagogical discourse in the field of education about how to improve the quality of young people's experiences as learners in educational settings.
The Chief Editor is Professor John Elliot, CARE and Co Editor Professor Lo Mun Ling, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong. Miriam McGregor is the editorial assistant. There are three issues per year. The Journal was launched at the WALS conference in Tokyo, November 2011. John is also on the Editorial Board Journal of Research, Policy & Practice of Teachers and Teacher Education, Advising Assessor INDICE and on the Scientific Committee of Profile Journal.
Compare: a journal of comparative and international education
Yann Lebeau and Sheila Aikman (DEV/CARE Associate member) serve on the journal editorial board. Miriam McGregor is the editorial assistant and works with the current Compare editors, Nitya Rao (DEV and Care Associate member), Yusuf Sayed (Sussex University) and Paul Morris (Institute of Education). Three special issues of Compare have been guest edited by CARE members.
Compare's fortieth anniversary celebration issue was published in December 2010 (December 2010) guest edited by Anna Robinson-Pant and Karen Evans (Institute of Education, London), both former editors of Compare. Their editorial overview (‘Compare: exploring a forty year journey through comparative education and international development') explored the changing scope and position of the journal within the fields of comparative education and development studies.
A Special Issue of Compare: a journal of comparative and international education based on papers from the 2010 BAICE conference hosted at UEA on ‘Education and Social Justice in Challenging Times' was published in July 2011. This was guest edited by Kathleen Lane, Yann Lebeau and Barbara Ridley.
In July 2013, a Special Issue of Compare was published on ‘Researching ethically across cultures: issues of knowledge, power and voice' (Vol. 43.4), guest edited by Anna Robinson-Pant and Nidhi Singal (University of Cambridge). The issue included several papers that had originated at the CARE Symposium in 2011 on ‘Internationalising Research Ethics' by faculty and research students:
- Anna Robinson-Pant and Nidhi Singal, ‘Research ethics in comparative and international education: reflections from anthropology and health'
- Dheeba Moosa, ‘Challenges to anonymity and representation in educational qualitative research in a small community: a reflection on my research journey'
- Georgie Hett and Justin Hett, ‘Ethics in intercultural research: reflections on the challenges of conducting field research in a Syrian context'
- Juancho Barron Pastor, ‘The importance of listening for sharing life'
Anna Magyar, Anna Robinson-Pant and Theresa Lillis (Open University) continue to support the BAICE/Compare writing for publication programme which they set up in 2007 as a strategy to address the discursive and practical barriers faced by writers in the South. This programme of support for new writers to Compare has run on an annual basis and helped to ensure a greater diversity of articles submitted to the journal. For further details on how to register for the programme, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
British Journal of Sociology of Education
Yann Lebeau is on the editorial board of the BJSE. The journal publishes theoretically-informed analyses of the relationship between education and society. It seeks to address major global debates about the social significance and impact of educational policy, provision, processes and practice in many countries around the world.
Cambridge Journal of Education
In 2013 Esther Priyadharshini was appointed Associate Editor with the Cambridge Journal of Education, having served for several years on the editorial board. Nigel Norris is now the Executive Editor. Nalini Boodhoo and Terry Haydn are also on the editorial board.
International Journal of Educational Development
Alan Rogers and Anna Robinson-Pant serve as Associate Editors on this leading journal in the field of education and international development.
International Journal of Children's Spirituality (IJCS)
Jackie Watson is Book Reviews Editor for the IJCS and currently also Secretary of the linked Association for Children's Spirituality: www.childrenspirituality.com.
Forum: for promoting 3-19 comprehensive education
Patrick Yarker and Sue Cox are on the editorial board of Forum. The journal Forum: for promoting 3-19 comprehensive education was founded in 1958 by the academics Brian Simon and Robin Pedley, and the comprehensive-school teacher Jack Walton.
Patrick Yarker co-edited a special issue with Mary Jane Drummond (volume 55, number 1, 2013) on ‘THIS WAY OUT: teachers and pupils escaping from fixed-ability thinking and practice'. It contains a number of papers analysing the damaging effects of 'ability'-labelling and fixed-ability pedagogy in schools, as well as papers which describe and critique classroom-practices developed by teachers whose approaches eschew such thinking. The issue also includes the text of Michael Armstrong's 2012 Brian Simon Memorial Lecture: 'Education as Reconstruction'. You can access the Special Issue online here or contact Patrick to borrow a hard copy version:
International Journal of Art and Design Education
Sue Cox is on the publications board for The National Society for Education in Art and Design, serving on the editorial board of the Society's journal: International Journal of Art and Design Education.