ACEL’s Australian Educational Leader (AEL) publication, since 1979, is recognised nationally and internationally as a practical journal for the exchange of current research, trends, and innovations. It is proved to be a valuable resource for accessing and leading educational practice with contemporary techniques and contexts. This journal is fundamentally concerned with the improvement of leadership and management of daily practices in schools where it brings passionate practitioners to share their expertise and challenges as a collective unit. As a core concern for leaders today, the AEL provides insights into the changing school culture and the dynamics of the evolving teacher-student interactions. AEL’s platform also aims to encourage collegial discourse among teachers and leaders by promoting collaboration between schools, professional associations and university educators.
Published quarterly, the AEL steers itself as a forward thinking, relevant, and responsive agent of change and innovation by featuring topics that would assist teachers and leaders in school governance and Law, ICT management, teacher performance and quality, student-centred pedagogy, and many more. Each of these themes are both current and applicable to today’s practitioners.
Our readers are committed educational leaders who actively utilise AEL as an invaluable resource for inspiration and practical guidance. They are usually the decision makers in schools and associations; they also ensure that the teaching and learning environments entrusted to them will not only influence the students but also their lives. Thus, AEL acts as an important link in this educational cycle.
Changes to AEL 2021 print editions
Australian Educational Leader (AEL) journal continues in 2021 to be an important medium through which leaders, practitioners and researchers are able to share insights, successful practice and emerging methodologies.
AEL is released in a digital version to all our members as well as print. With every issue posted we do have copies returned to us for a number of reasons including changes in staff and postal addresses. Many members have also shared with us that digital is their preferred way of receiving the journal. To ensure that we have the most up to date information and that we remain conscious of our own environmental footprint, we are asking that members who would like to continue receiving AEL in print as well as digital update their information with us.
For those that like to enjoy the physical copy, please click here to update your information. You just need to tick the box that say “I would like to receive a Print copy of the Australian Educational Leader Journal” under Membership Preferences on your ACEL profile page. Please do so by Sunday 14th February 2021 to ensure you get the next issue in print.
If you are happy to receive AEL in digital only then you don’t need to do anything at all, it will arrive as usual in your inbox or on the ACEL Website here.
If you have any questions or difficulty, please do contact us at [email protected]
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