About the Journal

Journal of STEM Education: Best Practices in STEM Education
The journal aims to contribute to the improvement and diversification of STEM fields, which emerged as the integration of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics disciplines and gained a new conceptual dimension with multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches by focusing on learning and teaching processes. 
In line with this purpose, it aims to be a platform where scientists, teachers, students, and policymakers can come together and exchange ideas about STEM fields among themselves and other education stakeholders.
The publication language of the journal is English.
The journal, which is planned to be published in two issues a year, will include articles on STEM education that can be used in formal, informal, and non-formal environments focusing on implementation examples.
The journal aims to be a journal that reflects the interests and needs of everyone interested in STEM teaching. Articles should include implementation examples that can be used by teachers working at the K-12 level, academics teaching at the undergraduate/graduate/doctorate level, and instructors working in informal environments such as science centers. 

The studies of the journal include a short video of the phenomenon that dealt with the activity addressed in the study. The focus of the video is on the content and working process of the prototype, code, material, etc. developed.

To better understand the scope of the journal, here are some internationally published journals with a similar perspective. Reviewing the articles in these journals can guide you while writing your article for the journal.

- JoVE: Journal of Visualized Experiments