Aims & Scope

Pedagogy in Practice (PiP) is a peer reviewed free access journal. It is developed with support from the University of Wolverhampton and professionals from the field of education, throughout the UK.

 

The Journal is published quarterly and covers practice based research within the field of education.

 

The editorial body and the journal acknowledge the important contributions provided by research on teaching and learning. The aim of the journal is to improve outcomes for learners in a very wide range of UK contexts.

 

The Journal explores synergies between different research approaches and aims to build UK capacity in conducting high quality practitioner based educational research.

 

PiP goal is to allow practitioners to support each other through the acquisition of skill, understanding, knowledge and the development of attitudes, values and identities relevant to a learning society.

 

The journal will publish a range of articles from practitioners, which includes:

 

Opinion pieces

An opinion piece is an article, that mainly reflects the author’s opinion about a relevant subject area.

Research papers

A research paper reports the results of original research, assesses its contribution to the body of knowledge to a relevant subject area.

Review articles

Review articles are an attempt to summarise the current state of understanding on a relevant subject area. The author(s) will analyse or discuss research previously published by others given a flavour of the current situation associated with that topic area.