International Journal of Education and Literacy Studies

Education has been and will continue to be an important part of our life. Its crucial role in the development of human beings cannot be denied. However, compared with other areas, research in the area of education is not as impactful as expected to be. One of the ways in which more quality research and better development in the area of education can be realized is through disseminating the research findings of scholars from all parts of the world. With this objective, the International Journal of Education and Literacy Studies (IJELS) was established in 2013. It is an open-access peer-reviewed journal with an ISSN granted by the National Library of Australia.

Ever since its birth, its resourceful and accredited editorial board members have been diligently working to ensure the scientific quality of the articles that are finally accepted for publication. The board is highly sensitive to research and publication ethics. In recent years, the publication market has become highly competitive. Some journals merely value quantity. Despite its rather young age, our journal has proudly published over 100 impactful research articles from all continents of the world. However, what is more important than quantity for IJELS board members is the quality of the content published in the journal. We make every possible effort to ensure the originality, scientific soundness, and overall quality of the articles before they are accepted for publication. Authors who have worked with us are well aware of the sensitivity of the board to matters of plagiarism, relevance, readability, and quality.

In addition to research articles, the journal welcomes review articles, conceptual papers, short communications, book reviews, and interviews in the area of education and literacy. Some of these areas include Physical Education, Rural Education, Vocational Education, Educational Assessment, Educational Leadership, Educational Research and Methodologies, Educational Materials, Educational Psychology, and Educational Technology. Authors who are interested to submit their manuscripts to IJELS are requested to ensure that their manuscripts are within the scope of the journal. Both printed and online versions of IJELS are available. IJELS is open-access; authors are charged a processing fee to enable us to make online versions of their papers freely available for an international readership.

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  1. The Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA): A Guide to a Good Qualitative Research Approach Read 1032 Times

  2. Grammar Translation Method (GTM) Versus Communicative Language Teaching (CLT); A Review of Literature Read 602 Times
  3. The Effect of Computer Games on Students’ Critical Thinking Disposition and Educational Achievement Read 389 Times
  4. Reading and Writing Experiences of Middle School Students in the Digital Age: Wattpad Sample Read 326 Times
  5. Teaching English Speaking Skills to the Arab Students in the Saudi School in Kuala Lumpur: Problems and Solutions 312 Times
  6. Integrated Functional Adult Literacy: Existing Practices and Challenges in Eastern Ethiopia 269 Times
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  2. Technology acceptance model as a predictor of using information system'to acquire information literacy skills cited 27 times
  3. Grammar Translation Method (GTM) Versus Communicative Language Teaching (CLT); A Review of Literature cited 15 times
  4. EFL Learners' Perception toward an Outdoor Learning Program cited 14 times
  5. Relationship between organizational climate, job stress and job performance officer at state education department cited 13 times
  6. A Review of the Contemporary International Literature on Student Retention in Higher Education cited 11 times
  7. A review of research literature on obstacles that prevent use of ICT in pre-service teachers' educational courses cited 11 times
  8. Teachers and Learners’ Perceptions of Applying Translation as a Method, Strategy, or Technique in an Iranian EFL Setting cited 10 times
  9. Exploring Saudi pre-service teachers' knowledge of critical thinking skills and their teaching perceptions cited 10 times
  10. Developing a sustainable practical model of graduate employability for higher education cited 10 times
  11. The Effect of Portfolio Assessment on Learning Idioms in Writing  cited 10 times
  12. Exploring into the new model procedure in translation: Wafting as a case in point cited 10 times
 
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