All articles in the STER online journal are written by students and, in keeping with the student-centred ethos of STER, student articles go through a double-blind peer review process. Articles present a snapshot of student's final year research project and are approximately 2,500 words in length. The target audience is student teachers, classroom teachers and teacher educators who are interested in up-to-date education research. The journal is published online each Spring. Read more about the peer-review process below or contact the coordinator for a copy of submission guidelines for authors.
Volume 1 (2018)
The first edition of the STER online journal includes two brief research articles on the themes of ‘Translanguaging’ and ‘Intercultural Education’ in primary education. Download a copy by clicking on the link below.
Volume 2 (2019)
The second edition of the STER journal includes ten brief research articles on the themes of; education leadership, work-based learning; early years policy; inclusion and more. Download a copy by clicking on the link below.