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Journal for Educational Research Online (JERO)

ISSN: 1866-6671

Aims and Scope


The open access Journal for Educational Research Online (JERO) is an international and interdisciplinary forum for research on education. JERO publishes original, peer-reviewed academic articles that deal with issues of international relevance in educational theory, methodology, and practice.


The scope of JERO is deliberately broad, both in terms of topics covered and disciplinary perspective. The journal welcomes papers from a wide range of disciplines that provide relevant research for current issues in education and learning: educational science, psychology, sociology, economics, political science and more. JERO publishes empirical and theoretical papers (e.g. a critical review of research). The journal has an international board of editors. The international perspective is also reflected by the journal's bilingual approach: JERO welcomes papers both in German and English.


The decisive criterion for accepting a manuscript for publication is scientific quality. All research articles published in this journal have undergone a rigorous peer review. Based on initial screening by the editors, each paper is anonymized and reviewed by at least two anonymous referees.



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Erscheinungsweise

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Mediadaten

2014 | 6. Jahrgang

1/2014

Effects of private tutoring

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3/2014

Internationale Perspektiven auf außerunterrichtliche Angebote

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2013 | 5. Jahrgang

2/2013

Assessing competencies across the lifespan within the German National Educational Panel Study (NEPS)

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2012 | 4. Jahrgang

1/2012

Assessment and development of social competence

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2011 | 3. Jahrgang

1/2011

Verbessern Technologien das Lernen? Probleme und Potenziale

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2010 | 2. Jahrgang

1/2010

Table of Contents

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2/2010

Lehrermotivation

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2009 | 1. Jahrgang

1/2009

Longitudinal Assessments and Panel Studies in Educational Research

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Nele McElvany, Institut für Schulentwicklungsforschung, Technische Universität Dortmund
Cornelia Gräsel, Institut für Bildungsforschung in der School of Education, Bergische Universität Wuppertal