African Journal of Teacher Education

African Journal of Teacher Education (AJOTE) is a forum for examining all local, national, regional and continental policies, practice, experiments and research on the training of teachers for all levels and tiers of education. The training of professional effective teachers capable of meeting the development needs of Africa in the global and technological age as well as anchor the democratic birthing and regeneration of its citizens has been on the forefront of national educational policies in most African countries since independence. AJOTE welcomes interdisciplinary and comparative exploration of all topics in the field of teacher education. Interim, tentative and complete project reports and commentaries are welcome. In addition to feature articles, experiment and research digest ideas, and reviews, AJOTE accepts audio, video and film contributions. The journal will publish articles on broad topics relating to the theme of teacher education, but occasionally, the journal’s regular or guest editors might focus particular issues on specific themes.

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