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The Australian Journal of Education (AJE) was established in 1957 under the editorship of Professor Bill Connell. Drawing upon research conducted in Australia and internationally, the AJE aims to inform educational researchers as well as educators, administrators and policymakers about issues of contemporary concern in education.
As many of you will be aware as of Volume 57, Issue 1, 2013 the Australian Journal of Education will be published by SAGE Publications.
SAGE has over 45 years experience publishing journals and we are delighted to be able to hand the production of the journal over to such capable hands. The AJE will still be based at the Australian Council for Educational Research, with Glenn Rowley continuing as Editor. This ensures that the AJE will remain the same quality journal to which you have given your loyalty. The only changes will be in the methods of production and delivery.
In making this change, we hope that we can build a larger readership for the AJE, while providing an enhanced level of service to our subscribers and readers. We will naturally make every effort to ensure that the transition happens as smoothly as possible and would welcome any comments or queries you may have.
For more information please go to http://aed.sagepub.com
Dr Glenn Rowley
Australian Council for Educational Research
Connect is an independent bi-monthly publication supporting active student participation in primary and secondary schools. It is a 'practice journal' that has been published in Australia since late 1979.
Connect supports educational change and development through assisting students and teachers to document and share practices in which students have substantial decision-making and implementation roles in primary and secondary schools, around real and important issues. It includes stories from initiatives around Australia (and occasionally elsewhere), and develops and reviews resources.
Connect currently publishes six issues a year. The most recent six issues are only available by subscription; however earlier issues are progressively being added to this site as free downloads of PDFs. The most recent issue currently available is noted below as the Current Issue - but normally there have been six more recent issues that you can receive every two months by subscribing.
In 2012, the following issues were published:
- Issue 193: February, 2012
- Issue 194-195: April, 2012
- Issue 196: August, 2012
- Issue 197: October, 2012
- Issue 198: December, 2012
In 2013, the following issues were then published:
- Issue 199: February, 2013
- Issue 200: April, 2013
Indigenous Education Update highlights the many ways in which ACER is working towards the improvement of outcomes for Indigenous learners.
Subscribe to this newsletter at: http:// www.acer.edu.au/indigenous
International Developments presents a showcase of some of ACER’s recent international work, to demonstrate the ways in which ACER brings its extensive expertise and international experience to bear on the many and varied challenges of improving educational outcomes throughout the world.
To request a copy of the print newsletter please send your mailing details to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Professionally Speaking has ceased publication. ACER India now produces Teacher Magazine. For much information, go to: http://www.acer.edu.au/international/india/publications
For 14 years, Research Developments was the print magazine of the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER). From 2013, Research Developments brings the latest school education research news direct to your inbox. Subscribe to ACER’s free online-only publication at http:// www.acer.edu.au/rdPDF versions of the magazine back-catalogue are available through the Volumes page. Hard-copy back issues can be requested by emailing email@example.com and, if available, will be posted by regular mail (postage charges may apply for multiple copies).
Teacher, published until August 2011, provided teachers and school leaders with opportunities to speak with each other and learn more about what their colleagues are doing across Australia.
Teacher was strongly represented in the Australian Council of Deans of Education Excellence in Education Journalism Awards in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2010.