Title: Celebrating World Teachers’ Day: AOSIS Scholarly Journals honours educators and education journals
World Teachers’ Day is a special occasion dedicated to recognising and celebrating the invaluable contributions of teachers worldwide. AOSIS Scholarly Journals, a renowned academic publisher based in South Africa, joins the global community in honouring this significant day, which falls on 5 October every year. At AOSIS Scholarly Journals, we understand the pivotal role that educators play in shaping the future and promoting knowledge dissemination. As part of our commitment to advancing education, we are proud to highlight our esteemed education journals on this day.
AOSIS Scholarly Journals: Nurturing learning and innovation
AOSIS Scholarly Journals is home to several quality education-focused journals that foster learning, innovation, and research in the field. These journals serve as platforms for educators, researchers, and scholars to exchange ideas, share knowledge, and contribute to the improvement of education practices globally. Let’s take a closer look at these education-focused journals:
The African Journal of Teacher Education and Development (AJOTED) serves as a forum for scholars engaged in teachers’ preparation and continuing professional development from primary to secondary education level. AJOTED seeks to publish evidence from rigorous research and investigation that identify and address issues confronting teacher education and development in the different education systems in Africa or from other countries with relevance to Africa.
For more information, please visit the journal website at ajoted.org.
Pythagoras is a scholarly research journal that provides a forum for the presentation and critical discussion of current research and developments in mathematics education at both national and international level.
For more information, please visit the journal website at pythagoras.org.za.
Transformation in Higher Education is an international, transdisciplinary journal that seeks original contributions that reflect upon and theorise transformation in higher education in all its different nuances. It aims to disseminate high-impact and evidence-based research across disciplines in higher education that could ultimately support high-level learning, teaching and research.
For more information, please visit the journal website at thejournal.org.za.
Reading & Writing is an open access, peer-reviewed, inter-disciplinary and inter-professional scholarly journal that explores how literacy is defined, enacted, and promoted in a range of institutional, socio-cultural, and disciplinary contexts, particularly within Africa and other developing countries.
For more information, please visit the journal website at rw.org.za.
The South African Journal of Childhood Education (SAJCE) is a peer-reviewed journal that provides a forum for the dissemination of research in childhood learning and development and the care and education of children from birth to 12 years. The journal is interdisciplinary in scope and seeks to stimulate the exchange of ideas in a variety of subjects, contexts and issues in childhood education and childcare.
For more information, please visit the journal website at sajce.co.za.
As we celebrate World Teachers’ Day, AOSIS Scholarly Journals extends its heartfelt appreciation to educators around the world for their dedication, passion, and unwavering commitment to shaping the future. Through our esteemed education-focused journals, we aim to support educators in their journey to enhance teaching and learning.
Join us in recognising the invaluable contributions of teachers on 5 October 2023 and explore our education-focused journals to stay updated on the latest advancements in the field.
Visit AOSIS Scholarly Journals at aosis.co.za to learn more about our publications and how we contribute to the world of education. Happy World Teachers’ Day!
Celebrating World Teachers’ Day: AOSIS Scholarly Journals honours educators and education journals