International Journal of Academic Research in Progressive Education and Development

About Int. Journal of Academic Research in Progressive Education and Development

 

The IJ-ARPED (ISSN: 2226-6348) is an interdisciplinary open access blind peer-reviewed refereed journal published by Human Resource Management Academic Research Society (HRMARS) that publishes significant original researches regarding different fields of Education and Research. IJ-ARPED publishes four issues per year. By providing easy access to the insights of education and research, case studies and researches, IJARPED aims to extend and supplement the knowledge of scholarly world. Education is used to shape up character and morale of society and it has influential effect over the thoughts, characters, and physical abilities of individuals. The major goal of this journal is to provide a platform where scholars, academicians, professors, intellectuals, researchers, teachers, and students can share their valued work and creative knowledge and information can be shared as well. Moreover the great heap of knowledge, values, skills, and creative thoughts can be transmitted from one generation to other. This journal covers huge mass of glaring topics which includes child development, curriculum, reading comprehension, philosophies of education and educational approaches, and others. Broad topics coverd by IJARPED are

 

  1. Child Development
  2. Curriculum
  3. Reading Comprehension
  4. Philosophies of Education
  5. Educational Approaches
  6. Formal Education, such as higher education, adult education, indigenous education, etc.
  7. Educational Theory
  8. Educational Development
  9. Psychology Education
  10. Sociology Education
  11. Teaching
  12. Education History
  13. Education Science
  14. Higher Education Issues

Types of Paper 

Regular articlesThese articles should have cautiously confirmed findings and the research methodologies used should be explained in sufficient detail in order to be easily verified by others. The length of a full paper should be the minimum required to describe and interpret the work clearly. 

Short communications: in order to record the results of complete small investigations, detailing new models and innovative techniques, short communications should be used. Main sections styles may not conform to the full length papers. They are 2-4 printed pages in detail (about 6-12 manuscript pages). 

Reviews: Submissions of reviews are welcomed. Reviews should have brevity and clarity, covering 4-6 printed pages (about 12-18 manuscript pages).

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