Journal of Teaching Learning and Society

The Journal of Teaching, Learning and Society

The Journal of Teaching, Learning and Society (JTLS) is a new online peer reviewed publication, launched in 2016, through a partnership between the Teacher Learning Network (TLN), Victoria University, Melbourne (VU), and Australian Catholic University (ACU). The philosophy that underpins the journal is that teaching and learning are social experiences. JTLS seeks to publish and promote work undertaken by teachers and academics working collegially on teacher practice; by teachers and academics working with their community; and/or innovative teaching practices that emphasise the social experience of learning. The journal will find its audience among leaders and teachers in school and early childhood education and care settings, and academics engaged in teacher education. The journal will preference qualitative research.

JTLS will Critique
Issues of educational inequity
Systems, structures and change in education
The impact of the market economy on resourcing education
Recently Published editions
The First Edition is now available

The first edition of the journal has been launched as a pilot edition. It is available now for free public… Read More

Our Honorary Editorial Board Includes
Professor Gert Biesta

Brunel University London, and Artez, Institute for the Arts, Netherlands

Professor Antonia Darder

Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles and University of Illinois

Associate Professor Nuntiya Doungphummes

Mahidol University, Thailand