World Journal on Educational Technology: Current Issues (WJET) is a peer-reviewed and quarterly published journal on educational technology. WJET is devoted to be a joint platform for presenting and discussing the emerging developments on educational technology in an international arena. The aim of the journal is to publish original research, development and review articles to contribute to the development of educational technology field.

World Journal on Educational Technology: Current Issues was accepted to the Elsevier Scopus index since 5 October 2018.

The journal is under the review of Web of Science. If the journal is accepted to be indexed, your article will also be included in this index.

World Journal on Educational Technology: Current Issues is currently indexed in ERIC beginning from Volume 8, No 2, 2016.

Bulk Papers Announcement

2020-08-20

Recently, there are offers from peoples living in different countries to publish Bulk Papers. As WJ-ET, we do not publish Bulk Papers. Please take this sensitivity into consideration... 

Mehmet Cemal
Director of Publisher
info@un-pub.eu 

Vol. 12 No. 4 (2020): October

Published: 2020-10-30

Creative and research competence as a factor of professional training of future teachers: Perspective of learning technology

Amina Amirova, Jeksembekova Menslu Iskakovna, Taubayeva Galiya Zakaryanovna, Zhundibayeva Turarkhan Nurmakhanovna, Uaidullakyzy Elmira

278 - 289

Determining parents' level of awareness about safe internet use

Khairi Ghet Elghadafi Elgharnah, Fezile Ozdamli

290-300

Problems of preservice teachers on technological pedagogical knowledge skills

Zhazira Tugelbayeva, Zhumabaуeva Aziya Eleupanovna, Gulsara Tokkulova, Makhinur Nizamova, Yegenissova Almazhai Kulzhanovna

361 - 372

Determination of primary school children’s speech skills in interdisciplinary communication in learning environments

Asel Yesnazar, Amangeldi Japbarov, Ainur Zhorabekova, Zauret Kabylbekova, Artyk Nuralieva, Uaidullakyzy Elmira

373-388

Institutional facilitation for learning improvement with consideration of students’ voices

Naeem Rakhshanda, Asma Shahid Kazi, Manzoor Shabana, Quraishi Uzma

389-400

ICT and education in Brazil - NGO, local government administration, business and higher education expert perspective

Łukasz Tomczyk, Valéria Farinazzo Martins, Maria Amelia Eliseo, Ismar Frango Silveira, Cibelle de la Higuera Amato, Lazar Stošić

401 - 424

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