Open Journal of Education


Authors are invited to submit theoretical or empirical based manuscripts that provide an in-depth investigation of issues relevant to K-16 and adult education. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Adult Learning Theory; Distance Education; Continuing Education and Workforce Development; Urban Education; Educational and Behavioral Research; K-12 and Higher Education Administration and Policy and Special Education and Child Development.

Special Recommended Topics:


  • Design, Delivery and Evaluation of Distance and E-Learning
  • STEM Education in Elementary, Middle and High Schools
  • Instructional Systems Design and Implementation
  • Student Development
  • Program Evaluation and Improvement


  • Administrative and Leadership Practices in Higher Education
  • STEM School Leadership
  • Teacher Leadership
  • Principal Evaluation Systems
  • Social Media in Organizational Communication

Latest Articles

oje - 2014 Volume 2, Number 4

The Impact of Using Internet and Computer in Teaching Mathe-matics on Motivation to Learning and Attitudes of Primary School Students

Author(s):  Taiseer Kh.  Alqaisi,  Mohammed A.  Rofo'o
doi: 10.12966/oje.12.06.2014, Decmerber 2014, v.2, p. 171-178

Education and the Philosophy of Karma

Author(s):  Maya M.  Mainkar
doi: 10.12966/oje.12.01.2014, December 2014, v.2, p. 139-142

Designing Trajectories of Research for Understanding Barriers to Inclusion and Emerging Needs of Vulnerable Groups

Author(s):  Ivan  Traina,  Roberta  Caldin
doi: 10.12966/oje.12.07.2014, December 2014, v.2, p. 179-188

Facilitating Teachers Effective Inclusion of Students on the Autism Spectrum

Author(s):  Emma  Goodall
doi: 10.12966/oje.12.03.2014, December 2014, v.2, p. 152-159

Sender-Receiver Model for Education: Effective Multiagency Collaboration for EC-20 Systems, an Initial Review

Author(s):  Mishaleen  Allen,  Theresa G.  Dorel,  Shelley B.  Harris
doi: 10.12966/oje.12.02.2014, December 2014, v.2, p. 143-151

Learning Efficacy and Preferences of Dental Students: Teaching “Taking Intra-Oral and Extra-Oral Photographs” using Three Different Teaching Methods

Author(s):  W. Saleh,  D.  Bister,  S.  Markless,  A.  Manoharan
doi: 10.12966/oje.12.04.2014, December 2014, v.2, p. 160-166

About A Formula in Sociology of Education

Author(s):  Konstantin Vasilyevich Rochev
doi: 10.12966/oje.12.05.2014, December 2014, v.2, p. 167-170