LEARNING AND INSTRUCTION
Learning and Instruction is an international, multi-disciplinary journal for advanced high-quality research in the areas of learning, development, instruction and teaching. The journal welcomes several types of contributions: reports of original empirical investigations, and replications or extensions of important previous work. A preference, however, will be given to empirically-based studies. The papers may represent a variety of theoretical perspectives and different methodological approaches (quantitative as well as qualitative). They may relate to any age level - from infants to adults - and to a diversity of settings.
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Call for Special Issue
Learning and Instruction launches an open call for proposals for a Special Issue. Proposals should have a well-articulated unifying theme and reflect, at an international level, the best work in a particular research area, either a mature area or an important emerging area, in which future investigation may be boosted by the publication of a set of excellent papers. Usually Special Issues contain contributions of researchers from a number of different countries.
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School of Education, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany
Fac. of Behavioural Sciences, University of Helsinki, Finland
Dept. of Education, University of Oxford, UK
Fac. of Education, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Fac. of Social & Behavioural Sciences, Universiteit van Amsterdam, the Netherlands