The Journal of Educational Research and Practice is a peer-reviewed journal that provides a forum for studies and dialogue about developments and change in the field of education and learning. The journal includes research and related content that examine current relevant educational issues and processes. The aim is to provide readers with knowledge and with strategies to use that knowledge in educational or learning environments. JERAP focuses on education at all levels and in any setting, and includes peer-reviewed research reports, commentaries, book reviews, interviews of prominent individuals, and reports about educational practice. The journal is sponsored by Walden University, and publication in JERAP is always free to authors and readers.
The Journal of Educational Research and Practice (JERAP) will publish a special issue focusing on inclusive teaching and learning by examining current relevant educational issues and processes aimed at providing readers with knowledge and insights on how inclusive teaching and learning can effect positive social change.
For more information on this Special Issue: Call for Papers to be published in 2022, please click here.
Intersecting Identities and Adjustment to the Primary-Secondary School Transition: An Integrative Review
Joanne Harris, Rebecca Nowland, and Megan Todd
The Use of Assistive Technology for Students With Disabilities in Technical Colleges in Ondo State
Deborah Ahuoiza Vincent, Rebecca Oyenike Okeowo, and Samson Ariyo
The Experience of Multilingual Doctoral Students Related to Academic Success: A Descriptive Qualitative Study
Deborah Lewis, Amy Bakke, Amber Cook, Julie James, and Carol Griffiths
How to deliver an effective course: A student's perspective
Jaipaul Udaipaul and Lynne N. Kennette
Positive Leadership Theory for Online Dissertation Mentoring
Education Licensure Candidates During the Time of COVID-19: University Supervisors’ Reflections About the Forgotten Few
Andrea M. Wilson and Cheryl Burleigh
Higher Education's Contributions to the U.S. Democratic Society
Robert L. Williams and Charaya C. Upton
An Overview of Virtual Communities of Faculty Practice
Narjis Hyder, Amy Adcock, and David Brown