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26.05.2021 | Original Article

Developing the instructional process in the layered flipped learning model for secondary school English courses

The aim of this research is to provide an example of how English language teaching practices can be arranged according to the layered flipped learning model. One of the qualitative research methods, the “action research” method, was used in this …

22.05.2021 | Original Article

Unraveling the myth of madrasah formal education quality in Indonesia: a labor quality approach

Education is essential for developing labor in Indonesia. One type of formal education is madrasah education that has been historically significant in Indonesia which adds depth in Islamic subjects in addition to basic subjects. These graduates …

13.04.2021 | Book Review

Weapons of mass instruction: a schoolteacher's journey through the dark world of compulsory schooling

This study is a book review of John Taylor Gatto's work titled "Weapons of Mass Instruction: A Schoolteacher's Journey through the Dark World of Compulsory Schooling". The purpose of this study is to evaluate strengths and weaknesses of the book …

02.03.2021 | Original Article

Well-being in schools: Chinese and New Zealand approaches

Educational authorities across countries are concerned to promote the well-being of their children. We discuss the approach that two systems, China and New Zealand, have adopted to support the development of well-being. The Chinese system has …

16.02.2021 | Original Article

Surviving a re-entry: second-career academics in business schools in Malaysia

Recently, the re-entry of business executives into academia as second-career academics has become increasingly common. However, very few studies have been carried out to investigate how these second-career academics survive in their new working …

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The official journal of the Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association. Presents research that has generated a substantive result of importance for educational policy and practice; analyses of global forces, regional trends and national educational reforms; studies of key issues in teaching, learning and development - such as the challenges to be faced in learning to live together in what is the largest and most diverse region of the world.

With a broad coverage of education in all sectors and levels of education, the journal seeks to promote the contribution of educational research, both quantitative and qualitative, to system-wide reforms and policy making on the one hand, and to resolving specific problems facing teachers and learners at a particular level of education in the Asia-Pacific region on the other.

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