Research and Practices - Nuova edizione Open Access

2 issues per year, ISSNe 2499-507X

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This journal project evolved from a group of teachers and professionals who have a deep interest in teaching and learning practices from a multidisciplinary perspective. The setting is primarily higher education as well as of university-business dialogue, with a focus also on teaching support services and educational and training processes. The journal proposes articles and essays concerning teaching and learning in formal, informal and non-formal contexts, with particular interest for innovative methodologies and strategies for the development of educational professions.Focus areas for contributions include: teaching strategies, learning theory, curriculum design and development, assessment and evaluation, pedagogical processes, leadership and management in educational and training contexts, lifelong learning methodologies and tools. A privileged space will be dedicated to cooperative strategies and practices between labour market and educational institutions. National and international contributions are encouraged in two formats:
- refereed empirical research and theoretical/conceptual manuscripts
- non refereed field experiences.
The journal Excellence and Innovation in Learning and Teaching. Research and Practices aims to build a dialogue on national and international excellences in teaching and learning, offering a strategic resource for professionals. It is addressed to school and university teachers and scholars, but also to trainers and consultants in human resources management and development.

Scientific Editors: Marina De Rossi (Università di Padova), Monica Fedeli (Università di Padova), Emilia Restiglian (Università di Padova).
Scientific Board: Daniela Acquaro (University of Melbourne, Australia), Laura Bierema (University of Georgia, Athens, USA), Vanna Boffo (Università di Firenze), Stefano Bonometti (Università degli Studi dell’Insubria), Francesca Bracci (Università di Firenze), Paolo Calidoni (Università di Parma), Rhonda Christensen (University of North Texas, USA), Otilia Clipa (Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava, Romania), Salvatore Colazzo (Università del Salento), Joellen Coryell (Texas State University, USA), Lorenza Da Re (Università di Padova), John Dirkx (Michigan State University, USA), Loretta Fabbri (Università di Siena), Giovanna Del Gobbo (Università di Firenze), Anna Dipace (Università di Foggia), Regina Egetenmeyer (Julius-Maximilian-University, Würzburg, Germany), Paolo Federighi (Università di Firenze), Daniela Frison (Università di Firenze), Luciano Galliani (Università di Padova), Valentina Grion (Università di Padova), Gerald Knezek (University of North Texas, USA), Alessandra La Marca (Università di Palermo), Francesco Lo Presti (Università di Napoli “Parthenope”), Pietro Lucisano (Sapienza Università di Roma), Antonio Marzano (Università di Salerno), Lucia Mason (Università di Padova), Claudio Melacarne (Università di Siena), Aliki Nicolaides (University of Georgia, Athens, USA), Elisabetta Nigris (Università di Milano Bicocca), Chiara Panciroli (Università di Bologna), Loredana Perla (Università di Bari), Corrado Petrucco (Università di Padova), Roberta Piazza (Università di Catania), Liisa Postareff (University of Turku, Finland), Maria Ranieri (Università di Firenze), Marina Santi (Università di Padova), Alessia Scarinci (Università di Bari), Bola Simeon-Fayomi (Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile -Ife Nigeria), Anna Serbati (Università di Trento), Anneke Smith (Windesheim University, The Netherlands), Maurizio Sibilio (Università di Salerno), Maura Striano (Università Napoli Federico II), Edward Taylor (Penn State University, Harrisburg, USA), Concetta Tino (Università di Padova), Elizabeth Tisdell (Penn State University, Harrisburg, USA), Jo Tondeur (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium), Viviana Vinci (Università Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria), Robert Wagenaar (University of Groningen, The Netherlands), Vincenzo Zara (Università del Salento).
Editorial Board: Grace Z. Araneta (Università di Padova), Marica Liotino (Università di Padova), Taiwo Isaac Olatunji (Università di Padova), Qiu Ruoyi (Università di Padova), Ottavia Trevisan (Università di Padova).

Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Education and Applied Psychology (FISPPA), University of Padova - Via Beato Pellegrino, 28 - 35137 Padova; Tel. +39.049 827 1713 e-mail rivista rivista.excellence.fisppa@unipd.it

Empirical researches and theoretical studies will be double-blind refereed.

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ANVUR scientific journal: area 11
ANVUR class A SCIENZE STORICHE, FILOSOFICHE, PEDAGOGICHE, PSICOLOGICHE: 11/D1 (Pedagogia e storia della pedagogia), 11/D2 (Didattica, Pedagogia speciale e Ricerca educativa) dal 2016

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