Impact factor 2018

Journal Impact Factor : 0.693
5-Year Impact Factor : 0.993
Total Citations : 717
Rank in Category
(by Journal Impact Factor):   
: 209 of 243 journals,
in Education & Educational Research
Immediacy Index: : 0.192
Eigenfactor™ score : 0.00038
Articles published : 73

Source:
Originating
in 2018 Journal
Citation Reports®,
(Web of Science Group, 2019)

Journal Metrics

SNIP 2014

IPP
2014

SJR 2014

1.203

0.609

0.432

Source:
Elsevier B.V. 2015.
Journal Metrics.
Available here .
Accessed 1 July 2015.

February 2015 update

Top 10 issues mostly cited:

Number of requests Issue
52401 29(3)
51974 30(1)
44019 28(2)
40970 29(2)
40940 29(1)
36030 30(2)
35686 30(3)
30014 31(2)
24496 28(1)
20438 29(4)

Source:
SciELO South Africa 2004. South African Journal of Education: Most visited issue. Available at http://scielo-log.scielo.br/scielolog//scielolog/scielolog.php?script=sci_statiss&lng=en&pid=0256-0100&app=scieloza&server=www.scielo.org.za. Accessed 28 February 2015.

Top 10 articles mostly cited:

Number of requests Article
19030 Marais P & Meier C 2010. Disruptive behaviour in the Foundation Phase of schooling. South African Journal of Education, 30(1):41-57.
18277 Kiggundu E & Nayimuli S 2009. Teaching practice: a make or break phase for student teachers. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):345-358.
15903 Chigona A & Chetty R 2008. Teen mothers and schooling: lacunae and challenges. South African Journal of Education, 28(2):261-281.
14424 Maphosa C & Shumba A 2010. Educators’ disciplinary capabilities after the banning of corporal punishment in South African schools. South African Journal of Education, 30(3):387-399.
14027 De Wet C & Wolhuter C 2009. A transitiological study of some South African educational issues. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):359-376.
12930 Beckmann J & Prinsloo I 2009. Legislation on school governors' power to appoint educators: friend or foe? South African Journal of Education, 29(2):171-184.
12876 Walton E, Nel N, Hugo A & Muller H 2009. The extent and practice of inclusion in independent schools in South Africa. South African Journal of Education, 29(1):105-126.
12375 Phaswana E 2010. Learner councillors' perspectives on learner participation. South African Journal of Education, 30(1):105-122.
12194 O’Connor J & Geiger M 2009. Challenges facing primary school educators of English Second (or Other) Language learners in the Western Cape. South African Journal of Education, 29(2):253-269.
12188 Reyneke M, Meyer L & Nel C 2010. School-based assessment: the leash needed to keep the poetic ‘unruly pack of hounds’ effectively in the hunt for learning outcomes. South African Journal of Education, 30(2):277-292.

Source:

SciELO South Africa 2004. Library Collection: Most visited issue. Available at http://scielo-log.scielo.br/scielolog//scielolog/scielolog.php?script=sci_statart&lng=en&pid=0256-0100&app=scieloza&server=www.scielo.org.za&dti=20040101. Accessed 28 February 2015.

November 2014 update

Top 10 issues mostly cited:

Number of requests Issue
48445 30(1)
47994 29(3)
40835 28(2)
38376 29(1)
37611 29(2)
33446 30(3)
32319 30(2)
26446 31(2)
22959 28(1)
19213 29(4)

Source:
SciELO South Africa 2004. South African Journal of Education: Most visited issue. Available at http://scielo-log.scielo.br/scielolog//scielolog/scielolog.php?script=sci_statiss&lng=en&pid=0256-0100&app=scieloza&server=www.scielo.org.za. Accessed 30 November 2014.

Top 10 articles mostly cited:

Number of requests Article
17722 Marais P & Meier C 2010. Disruptive behaviour in the Foundation Phase of schooling. South African Journal of Education, 30(1):41-57.
15514 Kiggundu E & Nayimuli S 2009. Teaching practice: a make or break phase for student teachers. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):345-358.
14556 Chigona A & Chetty R 2008. Teen mothers and schooling: lacunae and challenges. South African Journal of Education, 28(2):261-281.
13653 Maphosa C & Shumba A 2010. Educators’ disciplinary capabilities after the banning of corporal punishment in South African schools. South African Journal of Education, 30(3):387-399.
13320 De Wet C & Wolhuter C 2009. A transitiological study of some South African educational issues. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):359-376.
12226 Walton E, Nel N, Hugo A & Muller H 2009. The extent and practice of inclusion in independent schools in South Africa. South African Journal of Education, 29(1):105-126.
11884 Phaswana E 2010. Learner councillors' perspectives on learner participation. South African Journal of Education, 30(1):105-122.
11541 Beckmann J & Prinsloo I 2009. Legislation on school governors' power to appoint educators: friend or foe? South African Journal of Education, 29(2):171-184.
11043 O’Connor J & Geiger M 2009. Challenges facing primary school educators of English Second (or Other) Language learners in the Western Cape. South African Journal of Education, 29(2):253-269.
10251 Steyn M, Badenhorst J & Kamper G 2010. Our voice counts: adolescents' view on their future in South Africa. South African Journal of Education, 30(2):169-188.

Source:

SciELO South Africa 2004. Library Collection: Most visited issue.
Available at http://scielo-log.scielo.br/scielolog//scielolog/scielolog.php?script=sci_statart&lng=en&pid=0256-0100&app=scieloza&server=www.scielo.org.za&dti=20040101. Accessed 30 November 2014.

The South African Journal of Education hosted the Guest Editors of the upcoming Special Issue

The South African Journal of Education hosted the Guest Editors of the upcoming Special Issue on Safe Schools: In pursuit of quality education provision, at the Faculty of Education, University of Pretoria on 29-30 September 2014.

 

The South African Journal of Education hosted the Guest Editors of the upcoming Special Issue

From left to right: Prof. LieselEbersöhn (Executive Editor, SAJE), Dr David Osher (Guest Editor; Vice President, American Institutes for Research: Fellow & Senior Advisor to Health and Social Development Program), Prof. Mahlapahlapana J Themane (Guest Editor – School of Education, University of Limpopo) and Ms Estelle Botha (Administrative Editor SAJE)

July 2014 update

Top 10 issues mostly cited:

Number of requests Issue
42403 30(1)
40254 29(3)
36147 28(2)
32841 29(1)
32186 29(2)
27745 30(2)
25298 30(3)
20869 31(2)
20864 28(1)
16822 29(4)

Source :

SciELO South Africa 2004. South African Journal of Education: Most visited issue. Available at http://scielo-log.scielo.br/scielolog//scielolog/scielolog.php?script=sci_statiss&lng=en&pid=0256-0100&app=scieloza&server=www.scielo.org.za. Accessed 28 July 2014.

Top 10 articles mostly cited:

Number of requests Article
14770 Marais P & Meier C 2010. Disruptive behaviour in the Foundation Phase of schooling. South African Journal of Education, 30(1):41-57.
12541 Chigona A & Chetty R 2008. Teen mothers and schooling: lacunae and challenges. South African Journal of Education, 28(2):261-281.
11428 Kiggundu E & Nayimuli S 2009. Teaching practice: a make or break phase for student teachers. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):345-358.
11415 De Wet C & Wolhuter C 2009. A transitiological study of some South African educational issues. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):359-376.
11067 Phaswana E 2010. Learner councillors' perspectives on learner participation. South African Journal of Education, 30(1):105-122.
9854 Beckmann J & Prinsloo I 2009. Legislation on school governors' power to appoint educators: friend or foe? South African Journal of Education, 29(2):171-184.
9845 Walton E, Nel N, Hugo A & Muller H 2009. The extent and practice of inclusion in independent schools in South Africa. South African Journal of Education, 29(1):105-126.
9401 O’Connor J & Geiger M 2009. Challenges facing primary school educators of English Second (or Other) Language learners in the Western Cape. South African Journal of Education, 29(2):253-269.
9379 Steyn M, Badenhorst J & Kamper G 2010. Our voice counts: adolescents' view on their future in South Africa. South African Journal of Education, 30(2):169-188.
7847 Maphosa C & Shumba A 2010. Educators’ disciplinary capabilities after the banning of corporal punishment in South African schools. South African Journal of Education, 30(3):387-399.

 

Source :

SciELO South Africa 2004. Library Collection: Most visited issue.

Available at http://scielo-log.scielo.br/scielolog//scielolog/scielolog.php?script=sci_statart&lng=en&pid=0256-0100&app=scieloza&server=www.scielo.org.za&dti=20040101

Accessed 28 July 2014.

Journal Impact Factor:    0.381
5-Year Impact Factor:    0.459

Source
2012 Journal Citation Reports® Social Sciences Edition – a Thomson Reuters product

May 2014 update

Top 10 issues most cited :

Number of requests Issue
39374 30(1)
36322 29(3)
33623 28(2)
30815 29(1)
29664 29(2)
25442 30(2)
22780 30(3)
19771 28(1)
18292 31(2)
15691 29(4)

 

Source: SciELO South Africa 2004.South African Journal of Education Most visited issue. Available at this address.

Accessed 14 May 2014.

 

Top 10 articles mostly cited:

Number of requests Article
13499 Marais P & Meier C 2010. Disruptive
behaviour in the Foundation Phase of schooling. South
African Journal of Education
, 30(1):41-57.
11559 Chigona A & Chetty R 2008. Teen mothers
and schooling: lacunae and challenges. South African
Journal of Education
, 28(2):261-281.
10716 Phaswana E 2010. Learner councillors’
perspectives on learner participation. South African
Journal of Education
, 30(1):105-122.
10419 De Wet C & Wolhuter C 2009. A
transitiological study of some South African educational
issues. South African Journal of Education,
29(3):359-376.
9438 Kiggundu E & Nayimuli S 2009. Teaching
practice: a make or break phase for student teachers. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):345-358.
9165 Walton E, Nel N, Hugo A & Muller H 2009.
The extent and practice of inclusion in independent schools
in South Africa. South African Journal of Education,
29(1):105-126.
8663 O’Connor J & Geiger M 2009. Challenges
facing primary school educators of English Second (or Other)
Language learners in the Western Cape. South African
Journal of Education
, 29(2):253-269.
8656 Beckmann J & Prinsloo I 2009. Legislation
on school governors’ power to appoint educators: friend or
foe? South African Journal of Education,
29(2):171-184.
8159 Steyn M, Badenhorst J & Kamper G 2010.
Our voice counts: adolescents’ view on their future in South
Africa. South African Journal of Education,
30(2):169-188.
6745 Maphosa C & Shumba A 2010. Educators’
disciplinary capabilities after the banning of corporal
punishment in South African schools. South African
Journal of Education
, 30(3):387-399.
Source: SciELO South Africa 2004.Library Collection Most visited issue.
Available at this address.
Accessed 14 May 2014.

Journal Impact Factor: 0.381

5-Year Impact Factor: 0.459

Source: 2012 Journal Citation Reports® Social Sciences Edition – a Thomson Reuters product

January 2014 – Update ( top ten issues and top 10 articles cited )

Top 10 issues mostly cited:

Number of requests Issue
32704 30(1)
31573 29(3)
29580 28(2)
27224 29(1)
26609 29(2)
22567 30(2)
19528 30(3)
17765 28(1)
14636 31(2)
13976 29(4)

Source : SciELO South Africa 2004. South African Journal of Education Most visited issue.
Available at http://scielo-log.scielo.br/scielolog//scielolog/scielolog.php script=sci_statiss&lng=en&pid=0256-0100&app=scieloza&server=www.scielo.org.za.

Accessed 10 January 2014.

Top 10 articles mostly cited:

Number of requests Article
11491 Marais P & Meier C 2010. Disruptive
behaviour in the Foundation Phase of schooling. South
African Journal of Education, 30(1):41-57.
9645 Chigona A & Chetty R 2008. Teen
mothers and schooling: lacunae and challenges. South
African Journal of Education, 28(2):261-281.
9350 De Wet C & Wolhuter C 2009. A
transitiological study of some South African educational
issues. South African Journal of Education, 29(3):359-376.
8063 Walton E, Nel N, Hugo A & Muller H
2009. The extent and practice of inclusion in independent
schools in South Africa. South African Journal of
Education, 29(1):105-126.
7798 O’Connor J & Geiger M 2009.
Challenges facing primary school educators of English
Second (or Other) Language learners in the Western Cape.
South African Journal of Education, 29(2):253-269.
7783 Phaswana E 2010. Learner councillors’
perspectives on learner participation. South African
Journal of Education, 30(1):105-122.
7675 Beckmann J & Prinsloo I 2009.
Legislation on school governors’ power to appoint
educators: friend or foe? South African Journal of
Education, 29(2):171-184.
7137 Steyn M, Badenhorst J & Kamper G
2010. Our voice counts: adolescents’ view on their future
in South Africa. South African Journal of Education,
30(2):169-188.
7098 Kiggundu E & Nayimuli S 2009.
Teaching practice: a make or break phase for student
teachers. South African Journal of Education,
29(3):345-358.
5830 Mncube V 2009. The perceptions of parents
of their role in the democratic governance of schools in
South Africa: are they on board? South African Journal of
Education, 29(1):83-103.

Source: SciELO South Africa 2004. Library Collection Most visited issue.
Available at http://scielo-log.scielo.br/scielolog//scielolog/scielolog.php?script=sci_statart&lng=en&pid=0256-0100&app=scieloza&server=www.scielo.org.za&dti=20040101.
Accessed 10 January 2014.

Journal Impact Factor:    0.381
5-Year Impact Factor:    0.459
Source: 2012 Journal Citation Reports® Social Sciences Edition – a Thomson Reuters product


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