American Comparative and International Education Review
Am Comp Int Educ Rev
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American Comparative and International Education Review (ACIER) is a peer-reviewed international journal and serves as an international forum for scholarly researches and developments. It will not only publish empirical studies but also stimulate theoretical discussions and address practical implications. Reviews of important developments in the field will be particularly encouraged since advances in a field can only result from a deep understanding of what has already been accomplished. The editors welcome contributions in which a line of reasoning is illustrated with multiple experiments or co-relational studies. In addition the editors encourage submission of new ideas for comparative and international education papers that are not necessarily empirical in nature but describe interesting new educational tools approaches or solutions. The journal will accept articles on topics such as problem-based learning tutorial guidance, self-directed learning, staff development, achievement testing forms of motivation and how to promote them, learning styles, curriculum development, curricular comparisons, program evaluation, expertise development,continuing education, community-based education, and communication skills. It is aimed at all those committed to the improvement of comparative and international education.
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