About the Journal
This journal’s academic background covers multiple fields, including vocational pedagogy, higher education, vocational sociology, and educational technology.
Vocational pedagogy: As the journal's academic core, vocational pedagogy emphasizes its significance in theoretical and practical domains. The journal focuses on global trends in vocational education and examines effective methods for cultivating technical talents and enhancing vocational skills within diverse cultural, economic, and social contexts. It strives to pioneer innovations in vocational education and explores best practices concerning training models, curriculum design, educational philosophy, and so on.
Higher education: The journal stresses the cultivation of application-oriented, high-quality talents that align with industry demands, discussing innovations and advancements in educational models, curriculum design, and educational concepts.
Vocational sociology: The journal focuses on the social background, contributing factors, and potential trends of occupational development, aiming to deepen the understanding and promote the development of vocational education.
Educational technology: The journal focuses on technological innovation and the environments fostering such innovation to promote the integration of technology and education and provide theoretical support for technical vocational training.
By focusing on research in these academic fields, we hope that Vocation, Technology & Education can provide in-depth and comprehensive theoretical references for cultivating technically adept talents. Additionally, we aim to promote the evolution of vocational pedagogy through this journal's efforts.
Titles listed here are forthcoming articles of the journal:
- Technological Revolution and Industrial Upgrading: The Future of China’s Vocational Education （Gao Bai, Duke Universtiy）
- Development Aid 2.0: Knowledge Transfer and Skill Formation (Wang Jinjie, Peking University)
- The Specific Issues of the Regime of Skill Formation in China and their Theoretical Dialogue (Wang Xing, Nankai University)
- Work-based Learning Curriculum for VET Institutions: Theory and Practice in China（Zhao Zhiqun, Beijing Normal University）
- Training strategies of Chinese and British Multinational Companies in Germany (Matthias Pilz, Köln, Germany)
- On an Exploration Study on the Nature of Connectivity (Volker Bank, Chemnitz, Germany)