About the Journal
ZIJEd (Zabags International Journal of Education) is an educational journal with an interdisciplinary "education" platform that welcomes and recognizes high quality research papers in the field of education written by researchers, academics, professionals and practitioners from all over the world. This journal is interdisciplinary in education in a variety of approaches and includes case study reports, experiments, surveys, discussions of conceptual and methodological issues and underlying assumptions in educational research in general or specifically, ongoing research reports, and book reviews.
|Journal title is Zabags International Journal of Education|
|Initial journal is ZIJEd|
|Freq: April & October|
|Publisher: Zabags Qu Publish|
|Editor-in-chief: Dr. Zaenal Abidin, M.Pd.I|
ZIJEd provides a platform that welcomes and acknowledges high-quality empirical original research papers in the field of education written by researchers, academicians, professionals, and practitioners from all over the world.
ZIJEd is a high-quality open access peer-reviewed research journal that is published by the Zabags Qu Publish. This Journal is interdisciplinary in approach and includes reports of case studies, experiments, and surveys, discussions of conceptual and methodological issues and of underlying assumptions in educational research, accounts of research in progress, and book reviews. We are continuously working with our author communities to select the best choice of license options Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-Share Alike 4.0 This journal utilizes the LOCKSS system to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries and permits those libraries to create permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration.
The domains or fields of education that are generally recognized include:
Formal Education: This is education held in formal educational institutions such as schools and universities. Formal education consists of levels of education such as early childhood education, basic education, secondary education, and higher education. Each level has a curriculum that is tailored to the stages of development and the needs of students. The first; Non-formal Education: Is education that takes place outside of formal educational institutions. Non-formal education includes various learning programs and activities held in communities, organizations and other institutions. Examples are skills courses, job training, self-development programs, and extracurricular activities. The second; Informal Education: Education that occurs unstructured in everyday life. Informal education occurs through social interaction, direct experience, and observation. For example, learning through conversations with parents, discussions with friends, visits to tourist attractions, or through media and information technology. The thirth; Lifelong Education: Lifelong education refers to education that lasts throughout a person's life. It includes learning that occurs at all stages of life, from childhood through adulthood. Lifelong education aims to continue to develop an individual's knowledge, skills and understanding throughout their life. The fourth; Technical and Vocational Education: This is education that emphasizes the development of practical skills and specific expertise relevant to the world of work. Technical and vocational education involves training in areas such as technology, vocational, agriculture, arts and business. The aim is to prepare individuals to work and contribute in specific occupational sectors. The fifth; Values and Character Education: This is education that aims to form good moral, ethical, and character values in individuals. Values and character education involves learning about responsibility, integrity, empathy, tolerance, leadership, and other positive attitudes needed to live a good society.
Apart from these fields, education can also be divided based on disciplines, such as mathematics education, science education, language education, and so on.