Aim

Journal of Advanced Education Studies is online, open-access, free of charge, refereed and international journal which publishes  qualified scientific studies  on current issues in the field of educational sciences. In this context,  the aim of our journal is to create a rich digital sharing and learning environment in the international dimension, which contributes to theoretical and practical aspects of education.

Scope

Journal of Advanced Education Studies publishes qualitative, quantitative or mixed-method studies which are  qualified and original about all fields of education, 

It is important that the studies to be accepted in the journal should contribute to the field of educational sciences and include new approaches and models .

Articles focusing on one of the following areas are welcomed by the journal;

o Curriculum and Instruction

o Educational Sociology, Philosophy of Education, History of                     Education

o Educational Administration

o Educational Measurement and Evaluation

o Guidance and Psychological Counseling 

o Curriculum, Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

o Education-Training Studies in the Context of Quality in Higher                Education

o Teacher Education

o Lifelong Learning

o Lifewide Learning

o Computer and Instructional Technology Education

o Adult Education

o Special Education

o Biology Education

o Environmental Education

o Geography Education 

o Religious Culture and Moral Knowledge Education 

o Philosophy Education 

o Science Education

o Physics Education 

o Fine Arts Education

o Chemistry Education 

o Mathematics Education

o Physical Training and Sports Education

o Vocational and Technical Education

o Museum Education

o Music Education

o Preschool Education

o Health Education

o Art and Design Education

o Social Sciences Education

o History Education

o Technology and Design Education

o Turkish Language and Literature Education

o Turkish Education

o Distance Education and E-Learning

o Foreign Languages Education and similar  studies