Aim

The JEGYS is an international refereed scientific journal which publishes review and research article, teaching techniques and activities for the education of the gifted young scientist, book reviews and interviews in English. Submitted articles are evaluated in a double-blinded peer-reviewed fashion. The JEGYS is an open-access journal, published 4 issues a year. JEGYS holds copyrights for all articles published in the journal.  


JEGYS does not charge authors for any submission, article-processing or publication fee. We currently cover the cost of initial and ongoing publication activities from donations Association for Young Scientists and Talent Education (AYSTE). Thus, the publication is absolutely free. We need donations to provide the infrastructure system for open access environment, develop and maintain electronic tools for peer review and publication, manuscript layout fees, and other expenses. If you wish to make a donation to JEGYS, please contact the Editor-in-Chief. 

Scope

Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists (JEGYS)  ISSN: 2149-360X covers issues such as science education, differentiated instruction in mathematics, science and social sciences for gifted students, education and training of the young scientist, giftedness, gifted education, scientific creativity, educational policy on science and math education for gifted students, teaching of the history and philosophy of science, STEM education for gifted, teaching techniques and activities in the education of the gifted young scientist, is a scientific and academic journal. JEGYS aims to be a scientific media sharing scientific research, practices, theories and ideas about gifted education and education of the gifted young scientists.

STEM education for gifted, teaching techniques and activities in the education of the  gifted young scientist, is a scientific and academic journal. JEGYS aims to be a scientific media sharing scientific research, practices, theories and ideas about science and gifted education and education of the gifted young scientists.