ISSN: 2564-7431

Aim and Scope

Aim and Scope of YILDIZ Journal of Educational Research (YJER)

YILDIZ Journal of Educational Research (YJER) is a distinguished academic platform that publishes two issues annually, in June and December. The journal is dedicated to fostering scholarly discourse and disseminating significant research findings in the broad field of education. YJER is committed to exploring the dynamic and multifaceted nature of education through a wide lens, welcoming new and original articles that contribute to various domains including:

  • Instructional Technology and Technology Education: Investigating the integration of technology in education and its implications for teaching and learning processes.
  • Arts Education: Delving into the methodologies, practices, and impacts of arts education across diverse educational settings.
  • Curriculum and Instruction: Examining the development, implementation, and evaluation of curricula and instructional strategies.
  • Educational Administration: Addressing the theories, practices, and challenges in managing educational institutions and systems.
  • Educational Science: Exploring foundational and contemporary theories, methodologies, and practices in education.
  • Elementary Education: Focusing on pedagogical approaches, curriculum development, and learning outcomes in early education.
  • Language Teaching: Covering innovative strategies, methodologies, and technologies in the teaching and learning of languages.
  • Mathematics Education: Investigating approaches to enhancing understanding, engagement, and achievement in mathematics.
  • Linguistics: Delving into the linguistic foundations of language teaching and learning.
  • Physical Education: Exploring the pedagogy, curriculum, and impact of physical education on student well-being and development.
  • Pre-school Education: Examining early childhood education practices, curricula, and developmental outcomes.
  • Psychological Counseling and Guidance: Addressing the role of counseling and guidance in educational settings and student development.
  • Science Education: Focusing on innovative approaches to teaching and learning in the sciences.
  • Social Studies Education: Exploring the methodologies and impacts of teaching social studies in fostering informed and engaged citizens.
  • Special Education: Addressing the educational needs, methodologies, and policies related to learners with special needs.
  • Educational Statistics: Utilizing statistical methods to inform educational research, policy, and practice.
  • Turkish Education: Focusing on the pedagogy, curriculum, and assessment of Turkish language education.

YJER encourages a diverse array of research methodologies, including qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods approaches, to provide empirical insights into the complex world of education. The journal accepts manuscripts in both Turkish and English, emphasizing the originality and scholarly contribution of the submitted work. By submitting to YJER, authors affirm that their work is original, unpublished, and not under consideration for publication elsewhere, thereby contributing to the rich tapestry of educational research.