The Journal of Teaching and Learning (JTL) is an international, peer-reviewed journal. The journal seeks manuscripts that provide a critical examination of education, and publishes original research that contributes to questions in teaching and learning. These may include: issues related to indigenous education, gender, class, race, ability, ethnicity and diversity, educational policy, teacher education, educational leadership, and theories of teaching and learning. The journal also welcomes novel qualitative, arts-based, non-traditional methodologies.
JTL is particularly interested in providing a forum for explorations of critical perspectives in teaching and learning that address the contemporary moment (both K-12 and higher education). This might include teaching and learning for/with democracy, teaching and learning for sustainability, teaching and learning and the politics of inclusion/exclusion, anti-oppressive and anti-racist education, and teaching and learning through periods of crisis (pandemics, climate change, forced migration, etc.).
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