Australian Journal of Environmental Education
The journal of the Australian Association for Environmental Education is an internationally refereed journal which publishes papers and reports on all aspects of environmental education. It presents information and argument which stimulates debate about educational strategies that enhance the kinds of awareness, understanding and actions which will promote environmental and social justice.
AJEE is the pre-eminent journal for the field in Australia and internationally. The journal is addressed to researchers and educators working in any educational or related settings where these matters are centrally or peripherally considered.
AJEE is published twice a year and members receive significant savings as each individual article is $30 to purchase and the Journal is $132 in total.
To receive copies of the AJEE, you must first become a member of the Australian Association of Environmental Education.
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Enquiries should be directed to the Journal Editor of the Editorial board:
Dr Amy Cutter-Mackenzie
Deputy Head of School, Research & HDR Training
Research Leader, Sustainability, Environment & Education (Research Cluster)
School of Education, Southern Cross University, Gold Coast
Phone (Office): (+61) 07 5589 3130
Mobile: (+61) 0418 801 893
Australian Journal of Environmental Education is a peer reviewed research journal publishing articles in the field of environmental education, broadly defined. It accepts original articles in all fields relevant to the instruction, theory, methods and practice of environmental education. Contributions are accepted in two sections: research Article section; and shorter scholarly opinion and discussion pieces, Communications and Thesis Synopsis section.
The journal is published as three issues per volume per year. The journal is published in print and online.
This journal is compliant with Open Access policies.
Australian Journal of Environmental Education uses a double-blind review process.
The fitness of a manuscript for publication is based on:
- Significance/relevance to scope of the journal
- Conceptual framework (connections to relevant constructs in literature)
- Methods (if manuscript is an empirical study)
- Appropriateness to questions
- Adequate description of methods (including data collection and analysis)
- Rigorous and appropriate methods
- Findings/conclusions are literature or data-based
- Overall contribution to the field
- Writing style/composition/clarity
Articles initially are assigned to the Editor and screened as above. If these criteria are met, manuscripts are reviewed by at least two qualified referees with documented expertise. When reviews are returned, the Editor and allocated Associate Editor consider reviewers' comments, independently evaluates the manuscript, and makes an editorial decision to reject, request a revision with the stipulation of further peer review, request a revision subject to review by the Editors, or accept as is. Authors receive copies of (anonymous) referees' comments. Reviewers are also informed of the final disposition of the article.