Journal of Curriculum Studies (J.C.S) is the first scientific research journal in the field of curriculum planning in Iran. The journal's owner is the Curriculum Studies Association. The first issue of the journal was published in winter 2005. In this fourteen-year period, Dr. Mahmoud MehrMohammadi first served as editor-in-chief from 2005 to 2009 (Nos. 1 to 14) and then Dr. Nematollah Mousapour from 2009 to the present (Nos. 15 to 55).
Frequency of publication and language of publication:
The periodicity of the publication is quarterly. The editors of the journal receive and publish original and complete scientific-research articles and review articles that have been in line with the journal's priorities and have not yet been published in any other journals, conferences, or books, following an initial review and adjudication precise process. Also, the introduction and critique of curriculum textbooks is accepted if presented in the journal template. The main language of publication is Persian including detailed abstract in English. Therefore, this journal is ready to receive articles from various researchers from all over the country in their respective fields. However, due to the policies of the journal's authorities for the presence of the journal in prestigious scientific bases, the journal is prepared to receive and review complete scientific articles in English to obtain permission to publish them in a special letter and or publish specific numbers.
The most important policies of the Journal:
To accomplish the mentioned goals, they were announced under three titles: "Trying to Review Works," "Focusing on Scientific Criteria for Reviewing Articles," and "Announcing Priorities and Areas of Priority for Paper Production."
Priorities (areas) of the journal in attracting articles:
The writing priorities of the journal are presented under three general titles and twenty-five sub-titles.
General main Topics:
ـ Priorities related to the curriculum area
- Priorities related to different areas of education
ـ Priorities related to social trends or issues
Keywords: Curriculum Studey, Education, Curriculum Planning
Publisher: Iranian Curriculum Studies Association
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