When it comes to assessing the quality of a journal, there are several factors to consider. The first step is to check the journal's website and consult the members of its editorial board. It's also important to review the journal's past issues and determine whether they are published regularly or not. In addition, metrics such as the Journal Impact Factor (JIF) can be used to objectively evaluate a journal's quality.
The JIF measures the average influence of articles published in a journal over the first five years after publication. However, it's important to note that while the JIF is an important factor in individual career advancement, it doesn't necessarily correlate with how teachers define quality, prestige or impact.