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Call for Papers for Volume 8, December 2019

2019-03-13

The International Journal of Early Childhood Education and Care (IJECEC) is pleased to announce a general call for papers for Volume 8, December 2019. In this Call for Papers, the journal is inviting article submissions from academic and researchers who are involved in various aspects of both research and practice concerning early childhood education and care (but are by no means limited to) such as multicultural issues, indigenous early education, children’s learning, sustainable development, advocacy, and other issues involving early childhood education and care for the world’s children.

Prospective authors are invited to submit their articles through our online submission system. There is no submission, processing or publication fees, and the published open access articles will be accessible online free of charge. Submit manuscript before 30 September 2019 to ensure timely publication.

 

More Information

Visit the journal website: http://ojs.upsi.edu.my/index.php/IJECEC

Contact the editorial board team: http://ojs.upsi.edu.my/index.php/IJECEC/about/editorialTeam

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International Journal of Early Childhood Education and Care [IJECEC] (ISSN 2289-3156, eISSN 2550-1763) began its first issue in 2012. IJECEC published annually (December), scholarly peer-reviewed publication, with an Editorial Board comprised of eminent scholars and is managed by the National Child Development Research Centre (NCDRC) of Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (Sultan Idris Education University, Malaysia) with the support of Penerbit UPSI (UPSI Press). IJECEC is a global voice for both research and practice concerning early childhood education and care. This refereed journal extends across various social/cultural contexts and contributes to the international debate on holistic development for young children. This global voice for children explores a range of topics such as multicultural issues, indigenous early education, children’s learning, sustainable development, advocacy, and other issues involving early childhood education and care for the world’s children.