Aim & Scope
The aim and scope of the journal is to research topics that are of international and national significance across educational contexts in terms of design, method, and/or findings of the research. The journal’s goal is to aid and facilitate national, international, and interdisciplinary scientific communication, to strengthen the links between scientific research and management policy in Turkey, and to stimulate and enhance the quality of debate. Representing an interdisciplinary forum for the exchange of recent data and expert opinions, it reflects the importance of a comprehensive approach to education in Turkey.
Educational Sciences: Theory & Practice considers several qualities that can increase the chance that we will evaluate a manuscript favorably: (1) The conceptual contribution of the paper. (2) Clear understanding of how literature critically relates to the topic researched. (3) The research presented is programmatic as well as methodologically and conceptually innovative. (4). The methods are sophisticated and include measures in addition to self-reporting. (5) Critical recommendations for further research, policy and practice in national and international contexts.
Educational Sciences: Theory & Practice is the official, peer-reviewed, international journal of EDAM (Education Consultancy and Research Center). EDAM was established in 2000, and since then has successfully worked on research and consultancy in Turkey. EDAM’s mission is to contribute to and provide solutions for problems in the field of education while cultivating a unique attitude towards educational thought and practice. EDAM achieves this through the use of its wide range of experts who are working to advance the exchange of knowledge and experience between institutions and individuals in the field of education.
Educational Sciences: Theory & Practice publishes peer-reviewed research reports on education, bringing together research conducted within a variety of different disciplines. Articles include theoretical, philosophical, and political essays; research papers; research on education; case reports; and historical research related to any educational issue.
Studies that clearly contribute to the current knowledge of education and its effects on institutions, society, and social policy are given priority. Scholarly commentaries on topical issues and systematic reviews are also encouraged.