Journal Description

The European Journal of Teaching and Education (EJTE) is an online open-access international journal, which publishes scholarly articles on a wide variety of topics within the field of education, including, but not limited to, education theory and practice, policy and administration, e-learning, child and family education, lifelong learning, and others. Each study published by EJTE undergoes a rigorous double-blind peer-review process.
The research studies published by EJTE serve the goal of facilitating and enhancing the public discussion on the topics that are essential to the future of teaching and education.  The themes explored throughout the publication set the foundation of our global and national approach to education within the frameworks of academia, practices, policies, and research. As such, EJTE strives to present its readers with a rich selection of perspectives and topics by bringing together experts from a range of clinical and research disciplines, along with policymakers and private institutions in education.

Original title: European Journal of Teaching and Education

Short title: EJTE

ISSN: 2669-0667 (Electronic Version)

Frequency: Quarterly (4 issues per year)

Nature: Online

Language of Publication: English

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More databases will be added to the list to ensure the maximum readership reach of your research paper. EJTE has linked its papers to references by DOIs assigned by Crossref.

Call for Papers

The European Journal of Teaching and Education (EJTE), a quarterly online open-access international journal, invites you to submit your research work. EJTE is an interdisciplinary journal, with a focus on the field of teaching and education, covering subjects that include, but not limited to, education theory and practice, policy and administration, e-learning, child and family education, lifelong learning, and others. Each study published by EJTE undergoes a rigorous double-blind peer-review process.

We would like to express our deep gratitude to the advisory and editorial boards, who have been working tirelessly to ensure that the quality of the publication matches the highest standards in academia. Our publication offers a forum for an unbiased discussion in the field of education, facilitating cross-border knowledge sharing and expanding the boundaries of our understanding of the developments in the field.

Should you decide to accept our invitation and submit your research paper, you can do so via the Online Submission system available on our website. Kindly note that the submitted abstract or full paper must be original, plagiarism-free, and never submitted to or published in other publications.

We look forward to your submission.

Vol. 2 No. 2 (2020)

Published: Apr 6, 2020

Decision-Making between Online and Frontal EFL Courses

1-9 Bethe Schoenfeld, Samia Zeid, Ido Liberman

Impact of Daylight Exposure on Sleep Time and Quality of Elementary School Children

10-17 M. Boubekri, J. Lee, K. Bub , K. Curry

Didactics and Self-Assessment: An Innovative Proposal for The University of Trento

18-23 Valentina Pagani, Alessio Morini

The Effects of Different Types of Feedback in the EFL Writing Class: A Study of Efficiency, Affective and Cognitive Aspects, and Thai Cultural Dimensions

24-34 Raveewan Wanchid

Online Learning Environments and Some Pedagogical Implications

35-44 Maria de Fátima Goulão

Addressing the Anxious Reality of First Year Experience (FYE) In Higher Education: A Comparative Study of Research-Informed Student Support Models in Two UK Business Schools

45-59 Carol Brown, Katharine Brymer

Factors Influencing Innovation Adoption in a Higher Education Institution

60-74 Sanet Haupt, Alex Antonites

Education in Domestic Tourism - The Bakony-Balaton Geopark

75-81 Peter Maltesics

Using Vocabulary as An Instructional Scaffolding Technique to Boost English Language Skills

82-93 Evariste Manirakiza, Innocent Hakizimana

Parental Effectiveness and School Counselling in Elementary Education

94-106 Demetriou Loukia, Kalouri Ourania

Managerial Aspects for Deployment of E-Learning Technologies: A Literature Review of Selected Themes

107-121 Elizabeth Landa, Chang Zhu, Jennifer Sesabo

Determining Learning Techniques by Using Artificial Intelligence and Observing the Impacts of Differentiated Education Model

122-130 Ceylin Büyüksoy, Zeynep Taşcıoğlu, İbrahim Ergin

Spatial Disparities of Senior Secondary Educational Attainment in Haryana

131-137 Anita, Vijay Wanti

The Predictive Effects of Reading Motivation Constructs and Reading Practice on Moroccan Fourth Graders Reading Comprehension Achievement: An Analysis of PIRLS 2011 Study

138-151 Nadori Neirouz

Investigating the Enhancement of Students’ Engagement with Learning Activities through the lens of Self-Determination Theory

152-182 Roger Wood

Perception of Teacher Trainees at The Federal University Oye Ekti, Nigeria Towards Teaching Profession

183-190 Bolupe A. Awe, B. N. Balogun

School of Holistic Development: A Case Study

A Unique Program of Life Transformation through Educational Metamorphosis of Students

191-201 Charulata Londhe, Mangesh T. Karad
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