About the Journal

Pedagogical Perspective (PedPer) is an international, double blind reviwing, non-profit, professional scientific journal. PedPer is a journal that accepts manuscripts related to pedagogy and education. PedPer takes an interdisciplinary approach to its general aim of promoting an open and continuing dialogue about the current educational issues and future conceptions of educational theory and practice in an international context. In order to achieve that aim, PedPer welcomes diverse disciplinary, theoretical, and methodological perspectives. Manuscripts should focus on critical pedagogy, multicultural education, new literacies, curriculum and instruction cross-cultural issues in education, theory and practice in educational evaluation and policy, communication technologies in education, postmodernism, and globalization education. The manuscript accepted to PedPer will be given DOI numbers and then published free of charge. PedPer is an international peer-reviewed journal published two times a year in June and December.

Publisher: PedPer Publishnig

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2024: Special Issue: Rethinking How We Train Teachers of Tomorrow TSTT 2023 International Conference (Early view)
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This special issue includes research presented as oral presentations at the "Rethinking How We Train Teachers of Tomorrow TSTT 2023 International Conference " conference held at Prague Karlova University on 15-17 September 2023.

Published: 27-03-2024

Articles

  • At school with Instagram: An action-research project in Italy and Portugal

    Alessio Castiglione
    1-13
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.29329/pedper.2024.29
  • Ministerial touch on teachers’ professional development: A hands-on model as PLCs

    Ceyda Şensin, Dilara Yılmaz Can
    14-26
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.29329/pedper.2024.34
  • What is the teacher's perception towards using blended learning during Covid-19? comparative study: Israel, Jordan, Indian and Czech Republic teachers

    Fathi Shamma, Monika Kadrnožková
    27-40
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.29329/pedper.2024.42
  • An International case study: The metaverse in the classical high school

    Daniela Canfarotta, Manuela Pipitone
    41-58
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.29329/pedper.2024.31
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