The aim of the Publications Committee is mainly to promote research work being carried out by Faculty of Education and Maltese researchers through a variety of avenues.
The Committee is mainly committed to the publication of articles, through its online journal - Journal of Maltese Educational Research
. It also aims to promote the publication of monographs through its series entitled Trends
is dedicated to theory development, empirical research, policy formulation, and quality improvement in education generally and teacher education, staff development, and teaching in particular. It offers a means of communication and dissemination of local educational research, whilst also providing a forum for debate between researchers and educationalists.
The Committee also aspires to use different channels to promote these studies through workshops and seminars that will be open to educators specialising in specific areas of study and also the general public.
MRER - Malta Review of Educational Research
This fully refereed, electronic journal provides established and emerging scholars and practitioners with a space for critical and empirical analysis of issues central to the foundations in education, education policy, curriculum reform and pedagogy. The journal is not limited to formal schooling. MRER should be of interest to scholars and practitioners engaged in, for example: pre-school education; adult and continuing education; vocational training; popular education; training and development; higher education; media education; ICT-based learning; youth and community-based education; comparative education; the teaching of foundations in education; TEFL and TESOL; museum education; and education administration and management
This online journal is accessible here
Meeting Point is the Electronic Newsletter issued by the Department of Youth and Community Studies. Every edition includes contributions by lecturers, visiting lecturers, collaborators, guest contributors, current students and alumni. This newsletter includes news updates, images, forthcoming events, testimonials and scholarly articles. Every edition focuses on a particular theme relevant to the youth agenda.
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Edition 7 NEW
18 April 2015