Journal Description

International Journal of Childhood Education (IJCE) is an online, peer-reviewed journal publishing scholarly articles on childhood education and its relevant aspects. The IJCE open-access Journal publishes various types of research works including theoretical articles, empirical papers, literature reviews, and book reviews. As a multidisciplinary Journal, IJCE seeks to stimulate knowledge exchange in a variety of settings and subjects within the field of childhood education. Articles proving evidence of robust empirical research with theoretically strong backgrounds are highly encouraged for submission.

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Vol. 4 No. 2 (2023)

Published: December 5, 2023

Student Homelessness, COVID-19, and Social-Emotional Strengths and Needs: A Case Study

1-18 Mark Pierce, Celestina Rogers

Learning Outcomes and Social Emotional Competences: A Cross-Feeding Relationship to Promote Meaningful Learning Experiences

19-28 Adrian Estrela Pereira, Jehan Alghneimin, Brasilena G. Pinto Trindade, Do Thi Dung, Byambasuren Nyamkhuu, Ekaterina Konopleva

An Investigation of Practical Skills Competencies of Early Childhood Care and Education Programmes

29-43 Annie Kirsten, Diana

Exploring Headteachers' Struggles in Overseeing Kindergarten Education at Basic Schools: An In-Depth Study in Awutu Senya East Municipality

44-58 Seth Badu, Anthony Woode-Eshun, Ali Yaaku Sumani Mohammed, Eric Assan, Tracy Owusu

Activating the Child’s Own Natural Desire to Learn: Educational Neuroscience and the Development of Meaningful Learning Experiences

59-69 Janice Darmanin, Angela Pulis

Digital Tools for the Correct Use of the Slovenian Language in Mathematic Classes in Secondary Vocational School

70-84 Alenka Trpin

Use of I-Ready in Tiered Instructions for ESL Students: A Quantitative Case Study

85-105 Olga Samsonova

Examining Studio-Based Art Practices as a Means of Fostering Critical Thinking Skills in Young Learners

106-116 FRANCIS ANKYIAH, Frederick Bamfo
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