The Waikato Journal of Education is a well-regarded peer-reviewed journal. Since the first publication in 1995, the journal has made a major contribution to the scholarship on a wide range of topics in the field of education, particularly issues connected to curriculum, learning and teaching. Articles have included reports on educational research and practice and viewpoints on education policies, theories and practices.
Issues often have a special focus. Previous special issues and sections have included creative research in the arts; Pacific education: research and practice; bodies in motion; theorising pedagogy; Māori culture and education; teacher education, curriculum, ethics and tertiary education; educational leadership; and new voices in ethnography. The journal appeals to a diverse readership that includes academics, graduate students, teachers across all sectors from early childhood to tertiary, policymakers and the public.
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