Journals on Student Engagement
The journals below provide an academic view on the effectiveness of Student Engagement. The Journals explore various Student Engagement pathways, including; hard to reach groups, classroom techniques, and the Institutional and idiographic effects of focusing on Student Engagement.
Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice

Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice

The Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice (CSR) provides the educational community, federal and state governmental officials, and the general public a medium to exhibit and explore the complex issue of student retention and attrition. The Journal features articles pertaining to current and new theoretical constructs and current research on student retention and attrition in higher education

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The Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change

The Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change

The Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership & Change is a peer-reviewed journal that welcomes articles, case studies and opinion pieces in written or video format relating to learning, teaching and assessment with the context of students and staff as co-creators and change agents. Our aim is to inspire, educate, amuse, and generally engage its readership.

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Student Engagement in the time of a Pandemic : Empathy,  Energy and Achievement

Student Engagement in the time of a Pandemic : Empathy, Energy and Achievement

Student Engagement in Higher Education Journal is the journal of the RAISE network. It publishes articles which relate to student engagement, using the broad definition: "student engagement is about what a student brings to Higher Education in terms of goals, aspirations, values and beliefs and how these are shaped and mediated by their experience whilst a student. SE is constructed and reconstructed through the lenses of the perceptions and identities held by students and the meaning and sense a student makes of their experiences and interactions. As players in and shapers of the educational context, educators need to foster educationally purposeful SE to support and enable students to learn in constructive and powerful ways and realise their potential in education and society. (Bryson et al, 2014)

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International Journal for Students as Partners

International Journal for Students as Partners

The distinctive features of IJSaP: • It is an international journal on students as partners in learning and teaching in higher education • It values multiple forms of analysis, including research articles, case studies, opinion pieces, reflective essays, and reviews • Authors, reviewers, and readers constitute a broad group within the higher education community, including academics, instructors, educational developers, librarians, learning resource specialists, officers of students' unions/guilds associations, undergraduate and graduate students, and other stakeholders working with student partners • Leadership is from an international editorial team of academics and students working in partnership

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International Student Experience Journal

International Student Experience Journal

The International Student Experience Journal is a peer-reviewed online publication for those involved in researching, teaching and providing services to international students in Higher Education in the UK and other English speaking countries. The Journal links the everyday concerns of university staff including academics, researchers, EAP practitioners and the students themselves with insights gained from related academic disciplines such as applied linguistics, education, psychology, and sociology

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International Journal of Student Voice

International Journal of Student Voice

The International Journal of Student Voice (IJSV) is a peer-reviewed, open access e-journal publishing on the ways in which students co-lead their schools and communities by collaborating with teachers, administrators, and community stakeholders to define problems and develop potential solutions and/or take the lead on making change in their schools and communities. We define students to include a wide range of young people, from early childhood to university studies. Taking as foundational the right of students to develop their voices and leadership capabilities and take an active role in analysing and shaping their educational experiences, the journal publishes research related to pupil/learner voice, youth-adult partnerships, child rights, youth participatory action research, students as activists and change agents, and related fields

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Journal of College Student Development

Journal of College Student Development

Journal of College Student Development (JCSD), the largest and leading source of research about college students and the field of student affairs, publishes scholarly articles and reviews from a wide range of academic fields. Since 1959, scholars in student affairs, higher education, sociology, psychology, social work, nursing, business administration, and health sciences have been finding their voice with JCSD. Journal of College Student Development is the official journal of the ACPA--College Student Educators International.

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Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education

JLDHE is an open-access peer-reviewed bi-annual journal that provides a forum for researchers writing about educational practices and theoretical and methodological approaches to learning in higher education. JLDHE is published by the Association for Learning Development in Higher Education (ALDinHE), and is aimed at those interested in all aspects of how learning is facilitated and how it is experienced by students in higher education. For further details follow the link to the association's website. We publish papers from a wide range of authors, including learning developers and academics whose practice aligns with the values of Learning Development. Learning Development is a field of practice concerned with how students learn and how they make sense of academic conventions

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