Journal Description

Top Educational Review Journal (2836-5224) is a peer-reviewed open access academic journal that aims to publish high-quality, original research articles, review papers, and case studies on topics related to education. TERJ provides a valuable platform for scholars, educators, and practitioners to share their knowledge, ideas, experiences and contribute to the advancement of education. The journal's focus on high-quality research and diverse perspectives makes it an essential resource for anyone interested in education.


TERJ is committed to promoting research excellence and disseminating high-quality research to a wide audience. As an open access journal, it provides free and immediate access to its content, making it available to researchers and practitioners around the world. The journal's editorial board consists of experts from various fields and regions, who provide rigorous and constructive reviews to ensure the quality of the published papers.

STRUCTURAL FUNCTIONS ON THE CURRICULAR PERFORMANCE OF UNIVERSITY FACULTY DEVELOPMENT CENTERS

The quest for academic excellence is deeply rooted in the prowess and expertise of university faculty members, making continuous improvement of their skills a focal point for higher educational institutions. This study sought to intertwine the multifaceted aspects of structural functions and curricular performance, deriving a comprehensive set of data to construct a robust teacher training framework within University Faculty Development Centers (UFDCs). Employing correlation analysis, the

Wang Yong

VOLLEYBALL GAME QUALITY AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES

Immersed within the dynamic and strategic ambiance of a volleyball court lies a vibrant ecosystem that propels a nuanced exploration into the realms of its comprehensive influence on students’ holistic development. This study’s central aim was to unravel the relationship between the quality of volleyball games and student development by employing a correlational approach in which 190 students were surveyed. Four key domains—Intensity and Engagement, Enjoyment and Motivation, Physical

Li Chunlan

ISSUES IN THE 2023 NIGERIA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION: IMPLICATIONS FOR SOCIETAL ADVANCEMENT

This study examined issues in the Nigeria 2023 presidential election: implications for socioeconomic advancement. Two research questions guided the study; descriptive survey research design was adopted for the study. The population of the study was 23000 academic staff of the public universities in South-East Nigeria. The sample comprised 400 academic staff of the universities. The sample was composed using the simple random method. Data collected were analyzed using the mean. Findings of

Ugochukwu Ifeyinwa Offor Ph.D, Chukwuma Martins Onunkwo

TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP OF PRINCIPALS IN CAMPUS CULTURE CULTIVATION

Transformational leadership is distinguished among various leadership styles because of its profound capacity to influence individuals and reshape institutions. This study examined the extent of transformational leadership exhibited by school principals and their impact on campus culture. Employing a correlation research design, the study surveyed 180 teachers to capture their perceptions of leadership and the campus environment. The results revealed that all components of transformational

Wang Chunyang

PEER INFLUENCE ON TABLE TENNIS PARTICIPATION AMONG COLLEGE STUDENTS

Table tennis holds a unique position in China, extending far beyond a simple pastime to become an integral component of the nation’s social, cultural, and even political identity. This study probed the subtleties of peer influences and their consequential effects on the level of participation among table tennis athletes across various settings. Employing a correlation research design, the study surveyed 275 students to quantify the extent of peer influence across multiple domains, including

Chen Lisong

INCLUSIVE TEACHING ENVIRONMENT ON TEACHERS’ SELFEFFICACY

Education has undergone significant transformations, increasingly prioritizing diversity and inclusion. This study is situated within this context, as it aimed to evaluate the inclusive teaching environment and the self-efficacy of educators, with the ultimate goal of devising an enhancement program, "Empowering Educators for Inclusivity" (EEI), for the institutions under examination.


Using a correlation research method, 120 teachers participated in the survey. Results indicated

Wu Hao