Focus and Scope

Journal Title: Abjadia: International Journal of Education 

Focus and Scope:

"Abjadia: International Journal of Education" is an academic journal dedicated to presenting and facilitating the latest education research. The journal aims to serve as a platform for academics, researchers, practitioners, and educators to share understandings, innovative ideas, research findings, and critical perspectives on globally relevant educational issues.


The journal's scope encompasses, but is not limited to, the following topics:

  • Learning and Teaching: Articles in this category may cover innovative teaching methods, effective learning strategies, student-centered pedagogical approaches, and technology in education.
  • Curriculum and Curriculum Development: This scope includes research on curriculum design, development, and assessment at various levels of education and across disciplines.
  • Inclusive Education: Articles in this category discuss inclusive education, needs-based approaches, and providing educational services to individuals with diverse special needs.
  • Multicultural Education: Focus on teaching and learning in a multicultural context, applying inclusivity values, and developing cross-cultural understanding.
  • Educational Policies: Articles in this category discuss analyses of educational policies, educational reforms, and the policy implications impacting the education system.
  • STEM Education: This scope covers articles that explore education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), as well as STEM education initiatives. 
  • 21st Century Education: Focus on skills-oriented learning for the 21st century, including critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and problem-solving.
  • Educational Technology: Research and articles that explore the integration, impact, and innovative use of technology in education. This encompasses studies on e-learning platforms, digital resources, educational software, online assessment tools, virtual classrooms, and the broader implications of technology in enhancing teaching and learning processes.
  • Language Education's: Research and content related to language acquisition, pedagogical approaches, curriculum design, and assessment strategies within language teaching. This includes studies on second language acquisition, language teaching methodologies, language assessment techniques, and the use of technology in language education.
  • Action Research: Articles about action research conducted by educators to enhance teaching and learning practices in the classroom.

The journal publishes empirically-based research articles, case studies, literature reviews, and theoretical contributions across various aspects of education. We invite contributions from diverse perspectives and methodologies to foster the exchange of ideas and innovation in the field of education.