- Multicultural education
- Practice-based learning
- Sustainability in higher education
- Teacher education
- Technology in education
- Theory of education and pedagogy
- Vocational education and training
- Work-based learning
CITED IN MEDIA
Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education
A four-week experiment was conducted to study the effect of SNS on feelings of social and emotional loneliness across freshmen.
LINKED TO SDGs
Journal of Educational Administration
Examines the leadership practices and perceptions associated with creating effective inclusive schools for students with disabilities.
On the Horizon
The author performs two experiments for determining the scenario according to which industry 4.0 develops and will develop.
Emerald has partnered with UNESCO’s Global Health and Education webinar series. The journal Health Education is the official journal of the series and aims to support UNESCO’s mission of sharing knowledge to support the global community.
Jana Dlouhá (Charles University Environment Centre) is the Vice-chairman of the Czech Commission for UNESCO and is a member of the ‘Working Group on National Strategy of Education for Sustainable Development’ of the Government Council for Sustainable Development.
HIGH ALTMETRICS SCORE
Studies in Graduate and Postdoctoral Education
Examines how underrepresented doctoral students in high-diversity STEM PhD programs contribute to diversity work in those programmes.
Journal of Professional Capital and Community
Explores how school leaders are responding during COVID-19 and what forms of leadership practice are emerging.
RECENT SPECIAL ISSUES
Journal of Educational Administration, 2021
English Teaching; Practice and Critique, 2021
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