Purpose

 

 

Interdisciplinary Journal of Teaching and Learning

                                 School of Education
                   Southern University and A & M College

                                                                                                                                   ISSN 2158-592X

 

 

Purpose


The Interdisciplinary Journal of Teaching and Learning (IJTL) - formerly the E-Journal of Teaching and Learning in Diverse Settings, is a scholarly, triple-blind, peer reviewed, open access electronic refereed journal that is published three times each year by the School of Education at Southern University - Baton Rouge. Publication occurs in the Spring, Summer, and Fall.


The IJTL is designed to provide opportunities for divergent ideas, views, and opinions on various topics and issues from professionals in diverse disciplines and professional arenas. It strives to be highly interdisciplinary in content that is likely to be of interest to teachers, principals, other school administrators, policymakers, graduate and undergraduate students, researchers, and academicians.


Manuscripts that focus on special education, general education, bilingual education, cultural and linguistic diversity, innovative methods in teaching, assessment, exemplary programs, assistive and instructional technology, educational leadership and reform, public policy, current issues and practices, and research relevant to education are encouraged. Manuscripts submitted to the IJTL should be interesting, thorough, innovative, informative, well-documented, and have practical value that embraces and contributes to effective tea
ching and learning.

 

 

 



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