Call for Papers: "Themes in Science and Technology Education" provides an international multi-disciplinary forum to exchange information and to discuss all aspects of Science Education and Information Technology (ICT) in Education.
Themes in Science and Technology Education, is
turning into full electronic format by using the Open Journal System (http://earthlab.uoi.gr/theste).
benefits of the fully electronic format are
- Full and free access to the journal for everyone
- Fully automated processes for submission, review, publication,
- Immediate appearance of the issues
- Many more readers around the globe.
THEMES in Science and Technology Education
Themes in Science and Technology Education provides an international multi-disciplinary forum to exchange
information and to discuss all aspects of Science Education and
Information Technology (ICT) in Education.
The main purposes of the journal are to result in the growth of
ideas and practical solutions that could contribute toward
- The deeper understanding of the nature, theory and practice of
learning and instruction in Science, Computer Science and
- The issues and applications of ICT to enhance learning
and instruction in all disciplines and educational levels.
- The technological and pedagogical issues defining best practices in
- The communication between academics and practitioners in the fields
- The communication between academics and practitioners in
and Greek Diaspora.
Call for Papers Themes in Science and Technology Education invites contributions in the form of original theoretical works,
research reports, literature reviews, software reviews, book reviews, conference
reports and announcements about the development of ICT in Education
and Science Education around the world.
We cordially invite you and your collaborators to submit your
research articles for review and publication.
All papers are refereed, by leaders in the field, through a double
General Notes and Submissions
Papers, which must be in English, are invited for editorial
Normally, articles should be between 6000 and 8000 words, although in
exceptional circumstances longer articles are considered.