Aims and Scope
The Interdisciplinary Journal of Environmental and Science Education (IJESE) publishes original, double-blind peer-reviewed articles from throughout the world in the fields of science education and environmental education. The main aim is to give experts in these fields the opportunity to publishing and disseminating their original scholarly works and ideas for the benefit of academics, researchers, institutions, educators, and learners. It is hoped that the journal will establish a strong basis for disseminating high-quality research that will lead to more effective practices.
Primarily literature reviews (systematic, meta-analysis), empirical and theoretical studies are welcomed. The IJESE also accepts essays, critical commentary, case studies, and reviews of various publications which can advance scholarly understandings of environmental and science education.
The scope of IJESE covers the primary subject areas of Science and Environmental Education. The following is a non-exhaustive list of topics that are primarily considered to be within the scope of IJESE:
Earth Science Education
Science Teacher Education
In addition, methodological papers on all these topics will be published as well.