Call for Papers
Editor-in-Cheif: Shin, Myeong-Kyeong, Gyeongin National University of Education, Korea
EASE Letters is an emerging journal with the aim of enhancing science education research relevant to East Asian countries’ culture and heritage and contributing to the development of policies and practices through research. We aim to address diverse macro- to ground-level topics in various scales, from a country’s indigenous issues to global concerns. By addressing diverse issues, we aim to become a platform that shares various voices from East Asian countries and facilitates collaboration among them.
In this call for papers, we invite researchers, educators, and practitioners to submit their papers on a variety of issues in science education in East Asia. We welcome a variety of manuscript types including empirical investigations, theoretical explorations, and position papers. Regardless of the manuscript type, we encourage authors to share diverse issues relevant to East Asian countries’ cultural contexts and discuss implications of studies on advancing policies and practices of science education. Specific topics of research include, but not limited to:
• Science education policy
• Curriculum and instructional design
• Teaching and learning science
• Assessment and evaluation in science education
• Science teacher education and professional development
• Science learning in everyday life
• Informal science education
• Transformation of science education by applying innovative technologies
• Environmental and sustainability education
All submissions will undergo a blind peer-review process to ensure quality and relevance to the missions and aims of the EASE Letters. We look forward to receiving your submissions and working together to enhance science education research in East Asia.