Aims and scope

Focus and Scope

JETEN exclusively publishes papers presented in Thematic Interest Groups (TIGs) during the ETEN annual conference. Thematic Interest Groups leaders review the papers and select ones suitable for the journal and submit them to the editorial board for blind peer review by three referees per article.

The Thematic Interest Groups are:

  1. Arts Education
  2. Creative StorytellingMyths, Fairytales and other Narratives
  3. Education Technology
  4. Identity & Diversity
  5. Language Education
  6. Internationalisation
  7. Mathematics Education
  8. Movement Activities, Play, Health and Outdoor Learning
  9. Reflective Learning and Teaching for Thinking
  10. Special Education Needs
  11. Student-Teacher Transition
  12. Teaching and Learning Science & Technology
  13. Urban Education

Policy statement

JETEN is a refereed international journal on teacher education. This yearly publication follows each European Teacher Education Network (ETEN) annual conference. JETEN publishes papers selected from the ETEN Annual Conferenceby the leaders of the Thematic Interest Groups and peer-reviewed by three international reviewers. The papers may represent various theoretical and methodological approaches from different cultures, which focus on the pedagogical, social and political contexts of teacher education.

Publication Frequency

JETEN is a yearly publication following each ETEN annual conference.

Journal items will be published collectively, as part of an issue with its own Table of Contents.

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

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