AsTEN Journal by the Numbers

Total Submissions for 2021: 46

Total issues published: 2

Total articles published: 9

As the world continues to adapt to the new normal scenario compelled by the current pandemic, the Association of Southeast Asian Teacher Education Network (AsTEN), amid the crisis, constantly plays its role as  an avenue of knowledge through its very own journal, AsTEN Journal of Teacher Education. The recent volume is a collection of three studies themed as “Mentors, Teachers, and Students,” which focuses on the three main players in the education sector: (1) teacher mentors, (2) teachers, and (3) students with the authors, Dr. Phyu Zar Zar Theint, Dr. Thet Naing Oo, and Dr. Phyu Phyu Yin of Yangon University of Education, Ranti R. Timario and Romano A. Sudaria of Davao Medical School Foundation, and May Wah Linn and Nilar Myo Tint of Yangon University of Education. 

Below are the links of each paper:

Developing Performance Management Framework for Factors of Mentoring Strategies for Beginning Teachers:

Effect of Cognitive and Appetitive Faculties in the Numerical Proficiency of Grade 10 Students: A Correlational Study:

The Relationship between Secondary School Teachers’ Job Satisfaction and their Attitude towards Teaching Profession: