Aims & Scope

 | Post date: 2022/11/16 | 
The Iranian Journal of Educational Research (IJER), published by the University of Hormozgan, is committed to publishing research of interest to academics, researchers, and those concerned with mediating research findings to policymakers and practitioners. The journal presents research in a way that is accessible for the educational reader who may not share an author’s particular specialism or context. The journal has a deliberately broad scope and publishes quantitative and qualitative research studies, reviews of research, discussion pieces, short reports, research/original/regular articles, review articles, short papers, case studies, methodologies, applied articles, promotional articles, and book reviews concerned with critical inquiry in and of education. This wide coverage enables discussion of topical issues and policies affecting education and educational establishments worldwide. Manuscripts must be of a quality and context that the Editorial Board think would be of interest to an international readership. The aims and scope of the Iranian Journal of Educational Research (IJER) are to:
- provide a journal that reports research or review on topics that are of international significance across educational contexts;
- publish high-quality articles on educational problems and issues that are of international significance in terms of design and/or findings;
- encourage collaboration by international teams of educational researchers to create special issues on these topics.
   The Iranian Journal of Educational Research (IJER) publishes research manuscripts in the field of education. Work must be of a quality and context that the Editorial Board think would be of interest to national and international readers. The journal publishes both empirical and theoretical manuscripts from scholars across a range of disciplines including the sub-disciplines within educational studies, educational psychology as well as the developmental studies in education, cultural studies in education, evolved language mechanisms in learning, gender differences in learning, motivational variables, perceptual capabilities, and related educational subjects.  
   The Iranian Journal of Educational Research (IJER) is interested in articles that seek to translate educational issues into implications for policy and practice. The Iranian Journal of Educational Research (IJER) aims to foster an environment that encourages scholarly discourse, critical thinking, and the dissemination of research outcomes that can contribute to the enhancement of educational practices, policies, and theories. By providing a platform for academics, researchers, practitioners, and policymakers, the journal seeks to contribute to the ongoing development and improvement of education in Iran and globally.
   The scope of the Iranian Journal of Educational Research (IJER) encompasses, but is not limited to, the following areas:
Curriculum Development and Design: Exploration of innovative curriculum models, development of interdisciplinary approaches, and studies on curriculum alignment with educational goals.
Teaching and Learning Methodologies: Examination of diverse teaching methods, pedagogical approaches, and instructional strategies that enhance student engagement and learning outcomes.
Educational Technology and Digital Learning: Investigation of the integration of technology in education, e-learning platforms, digital resources, and their impact on teaching and learning processes.
Educational Psychology and Assessment: Research on cognitive, emotional, and social aspects of learning, as well as studies on effective assessment and evaluation practices.
Educational Policy and Leadership: Examination of educational policies, leadership practices, and their implications for educational institutions and systems.
Inclusive and Special Education: Exploration of strategies and approaches to promote inclusive education and support students with special needs.
Higher Education and Lifelong Learning: Research on higher education pedagogies, trends, challenges, and strategies for lifelong learning.
Educational Research Methodologies: Discussion of qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-method research designs, methodologies, and ethical considerations in educational research.

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