Call for Papers : Submit your papers for Volume-6 Issue-4, Last Date: 15th December 2017. News : The print version of IJEPR is also published with e-SSN: 2279 - 0179

About IJEPR Journal
The International Journal of Education and Psychological Research (IJEPR) is a refereed quarterly published International Journal focused on teaching and learning at all levels of education along with psychological aspects in research. The primary purpose is to publish original psychological research pertaining to education across all ages and educational levels.

The objective of the Journal is to identify, describe, analyze, and address issues that exist in the field of education from the perspectives of students, candidates, teachers, and teacher educators. The main objective of the Journal is to provide answer to the question "What would students, candidates, teachers, and teacher educators say if a space were opened for them to name, analyze and address the most deeply felt issues in education and psychology from their points of view?"

The Journal is established to facilitate collaboration and communication among researchers, innovators, practitioners, and administrators in the field of education and psychology in academia, business, industry, government, health care, and foundations. The Journal is committed to publish significant writings of high academic stature. The prompt publication of high-quality articles is the journal's first priority. All contributions are submitted 'blind' to at least two independent referees before acceptance for publication.

This Journal will provide an international forum for the discussion and rapid dissemination of research findings in psychology relevant to education. The journal places particular emphasis on the publishing of papers reporting applied research based on experimental and behavioral studies. Reviews of relevant areas of literature will also be an important and integral part of the journal.
Scope
The Journals reports on philosophical, historical, comparative, experimental and survey studies and has no preferences - except quality - concerning the authors' choices of methodological perspectives in the domain of Education and Psychology.
The readership of journal looks at the theoretical and practical implications of the assessment results on a variety of fields such as education, schooling, fields of psychology, and other related fields in the social sciences. Articles that focus on the relevance of assessment and evaluation in various educational and psychological settings are preferred.
Journal seeks to publish psychological research that makes a significant contribution to the understanding and practice of education. The aims are to give access to research to a broad, international readership including researchers, practitioners and students in education. Empirical, theoretical and methodological papers are welcomed, including action research, case studies, and critical reviews of the literature, experimental studies and surveys. Important criteria in the selection process are quality of argument and execution, clarity in presentation and educational significance.
Specific topics include: Theory and Practice, Curriculum and Instructional Design, Use of ICT in Education, Interactive Technologies, Synchronous and Asynchronous Learning, Peer Learning, Learning Styles, Learning Objects, Learning Management Systems, Institutional Administration, Policy Frameworks, Adaptation to different cultures, Education-industry Partnerships, Psychological Aspects for various factors pertaining to Education, and related topics.
Frequency
The journal will release volumes four times a year: January,April, July, October. The full papers will be published on-line.
Peer Perview Policy
All papers appearing in the volumes will be peer reviewed. Each paper submitted will be screened by the editor and then sent for peer review. The reviewer will remain anonymous to the authors.