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Master of Teaching (Secondary) Internship

This guide supports students enrolled in the Master of Teaching (Secondary) Internship.

What is the most effective strategy for finding journal articles?


When you need to locate articles about a specific topic for your assessment tasks, we suggest that you search in  databases as they index the contents of thousands of journals.

Try your search strategies in some of the databases we recommend for Master of Teaching Secondary (Internship) Students 

 Teacher Education and Educational Research Journal Titles


The library subscribes to a large number of journals in all areas of education. Journals titles may be aligned with different information needs such as research, study or professional development. 

For some topics, be prepared to think laterally and consider general education journals in the areas of cognition, teaching methods, learning styles and educational psychology.

Find more titles by searching or browsing the A-Z ejournals and databases list

Journals for learning areas


collage of educational journal logos

 

Education Journals by The Wiley Asia Blog used under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.

It is important that you become familiar with key journals specific to your teaching area. A good starting point is to click the Journal Tab in the following library guides:

Tip... If your teaching area is not listed go to the Library Catalogue. Click on eJournals and enter your topic e.g

Or find more titles by searching or browsing the A-Z ejournals and databases list

What is a scholarly peer reviewed journal?


Scholarly Journals

  • Contain articles written by and addressed to experts in a discipline.
  • Report original research or experimentation.
  • Cite their sources in footnotes or bibliographies.

Peer viewed (or refereed) journals

  • Only publish articles that have passed through a review process, and have been approved by scholars or experts.
  • Many databases provided the option to limit your search results to peer reviewed titles

Tip: You can use the UlrichsWeb : global serials directory to check if a journal is peer reviewed.

  1. Search for the journal (use the title-exact search)

  2. If it is a peer-reviewed, the soccer referee T-shirt icon will display next to the journal name.

soccer referee t-shirt icon used in UlrichsWeb to indicate peer reviewed status