Journal of Early Childhood Education analyzes issues, trends, policies, and practices for early childhood education. In addition, the journal offers well-documented points of view and practical recommendations. Peer-reviewed articles cover curriculum, child care programs, administration, staff development, family-school relationships, equity issues, multicultural units, health nutrition, facilities, special needs, employer-sponsored care, infant/toddler programs, child development, advocacy, and more. This journal published twice a year, in June and December, always places childhood education and development in the central focus of academic inquiry and invites any comprehensive research of early childhood education and development with their many facets. The journal serves the needs of early childhood practitioners, including classroom teachers, childcare providers, and teacher educators.
Journal of Early Childhood Education
Aims and Scope
The purpose of Journal of Early Childhood Education is to capture and disseminate information about exciting and innovative models, programs, funding approaches, practices, policies, research, and other areas being explored and implemented to improve children's education. Journal of Early Childhood Education is published for a global audience working to create positive, sustainable futures for children by seeking out and developing innovative solutions to education challenges. Our target audience includes school practitioners, non-governmental organizations, community-based organizations, and education academics interested in innovative ideas and practices; global education advocates are foundations, government agencies, and college students. We are looking for engaging, accessible articles that explore cutting-edge thinking and emerging trends and ideas in school design, technology, education leadership, curriculum approaches, assessment improvements, child growth and development, developmental observation, Children's relations with family and society, health, safety, nutrition, and management. Although this journal does not reject all aspects of child development and education, several research areas are prioritized and emphasized.
Areas of Emphasis:
International and national studies
Educational programs in diverse settings
Early Childhood Education innovation and technology
Projects demonstrating inter-professional collaboration
Qualitative and quantitative research and case studies
Theory, research, and practice relating to professional development
13 manuscripts | 39 Authors
13 Universities (UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta, Yangzou University, Tanta University, IAI Latifah Mubarokiyah Tasikmalaya, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris Malaysia, American Academy Casablanca Morocco, Chien Hsin University Taiwan, IAIN Kediri, IAI Ngawi, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Muthiah Islamic School Kindergarten Kayuagung)
6 Countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, China, Egypt, Morocco, Taiwan)