About the Journal
The Association of Southeast Asian Teacher Education Network (AsTEN) is an ASEAN network of teacher education institutions that seeks to promote research and publications, scholarship of teaching, teacher education leadership, curriculum and pedagogy, reciprocity programmes, quality assurance and harmonisation of standards to shape and redefine teacher education in the ASEAN region.
The AsTEN Journal of Teacher Education is the flagship publication of AsTEN. It is a peer-refereed journal that serves as the main platform for the Network to engage with the wider academic community. It provides an international scholarly forum for research and ideas on teacher education in Southeast Asia and beyond. The journal is a bi-annual publication that covers an extensive array of relevant and emerging topics and issues in teacher education. It brings to the fore significant findings and contributions on teacher education that will lead to better understanding of the dynamics of education contexts and empower teacher education institutions. It publishes articles that report research, review of research literature, practice innovations and research-policy nexus in teacher education that will be of interest to a wide range of readership through its five main sections: research articles, review articles, teaching and assessment practices, policy briefs and book reviews.
Please read our Review Criteria for further information.
Articles in this journal are published once a year (every December).
Access and Publishing Model
As part of the ongoing changes in scientific publishing, the journal follows an open access publishing model which aims to increase the readership, reach and impact of published research, through an open access system using PKP’s Open Journal System.
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