Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

In general, PEDAGOGI publishes articles on research and literature studies related to elementary education. The scope in detail is as follows.
1. Learning Strategies in Elementary School
2. Learning Media in Elementary School
3. Assessment in Elementary School
4. Curriculum and Learning in Elementary School
5. Management of Learning and Education in Elementary School
6. Counseling in Elementary School

 

Section Policies

Articles

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed
 

Peer Review Process

Authors who submit their paper submission to PEDAGOGI will be reviewed no more than 4 weeks. The author does not know the identity of the reviewer, but the reviewer knows the identity of the author. That is the policy of review in PEDAGOGI. However, we promise that the review process is objective.

The submission paper will be managed by the Managing Editor and Assoc Editor, which will be sent to two reviewers if the paper is well for review. The author needs to first commit to submitting only to PEDAGOGI.

Editors and reviewers must ensure that the submission paper into PEDAGOGI is original and the plagiarism test results are below than 25%. The editor has full responsibility to accept or reject the submission.

The Managing Editor appreciates, that Assoc Editors and Reviewer, each of them will only review papers in relevant with their area of expertise, have sufficient time to review and avoid conflicts of interest.
Reviewers are asked to comment on the author's paper, but not to edit it. After that, the reviewer gives a decision:
Accept as it is
Accept with minor revisions
Revise and resubmit
Reject
This decision should be based on merits and demerits of the work under review.

 

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

 

Note

1. Authors who submit their papers to PEDAGOGI should not submit her or his paper to other media at one time.
2. Papers that can be further process must have a plagiarism level of less than 25%.
3. For the convenience of writing references, the author can use the Mendeley application.