The International Education and Learning Review

The International Education and Learning Review works to foster research, to serve as an invitation to take part in dialogue and to build a body of knowledge on nature and future of learning. It also provides a forum to anybody interested into the realization of all forms and stages of education, from childhood, schools, higher education and continuous learning to all areas in education’s work like home, school, university and workplace.

This journal is of interest on academics, teachers, professors, higher education students as well as education’s managers and administrators. It publishes articles written in rigorous academic format. Both theoretical and practice orientated texts are accepted, either prescriptive or descriptive approaches, including the narratives of practices in Education and Learning and the effects of such practices. Articles presenting the state of the art in each sub-disciplines are especially welcome, as well as texts that propose methodological prescriptions.

The journal is peer-reviewed and indexed according to the criteria developed by leading rankings. It is based on qualitative processes in review of contents, ensuring the highest quality in our published works. The arbitration system is carried out through ­external evaluators. Only original texts in English are accepted.


Scientific Committee

Scientific Director

  • Gregory M. Hauser, Roosevelt University, USA.

Editorial Board

  • Hasan Basri Gunduz, Yildiz Technical University, Turkey.
  • Elaine Corum, University of Central Arkansas, USA.
  • Heather Fehring, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia.
  • Carla E. Forster Marin, Universidad de Talca, Chile.
  • Brian Ganan, Komarek School District 94, USA.
  • Karim Javier Gherab Martín, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain.
  • Ana Martina Greco, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain. 
  • Gregory M. Hauser, Roosevelt University, USA.
  • Olufemi Isiaq, Southampton Solent University, United Kingdom.
  • Ronald L. Jacobs, University of Illinois, USA.
  • Jonathan Kasler, Tel-Hal College, Israel.
  • Susan Katz, Roosevelt University, USA.
  • María Paola Marchant Araya, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile.
  • Renata Marciniak, Fundación Universitaria del Bages, Spain.
  • Gina Aurora Necula, University of Galati, Romania.
  • Nora Obregon, Whittier College, USA.
  • Holly Pedersen, Minot State University, USA.
  • Eliphelet Rivera Cuayahuitl, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Mexico.
  • Myint Swe Khine, Emerites College for Advanced Education, United Arab Emirates.
  • Issa Saleh, University of Bahrain, Kingdom of Bahrain.

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