Special Issues

Treatment, training and teaching of children with autism/autism spectrum disorders (ASD) is one of the important topics for psychologists and educators. This field is a challenging field. Those who are involved in the field as service providers need to be informed about new ideas, concepts, methodological approaches and experiences of the others within the field. Practitioners deserve research based knowledge that can help them to provide better treatment, training and teaching for children with autism/autism spectrum disorders. International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education – as an open access journal - decided to devote this year’s special issues to autism/ASD. The main aim is contribution to the field and creation of better treatment, training and teaching opportunities for children - regardless who they are and where they live. 

Anyone who has been following trends and issues in the teaching of reading knows that the impact and importance of reading fluency on reading instruction has waned in recent years. In the International Reading Association’s annual “What’s Hot, What’s Not” survey of literacy scholars, reading fluency has been identified as a “not hot” topic for the past several years...

With this special issue of International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education (IEJEE) you will get the opportunity to be informed about the state-of-the-art in the field of Out of school education. Dr. Christian W. Beck and Dr. Thomas Spiegler are two of the active researchers within the field in their countries. They have a close contact with...

International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education (IEJEE) devoted this special issue for an important topic: Metacognition. The comprehensive research within the area of cognitive science during the last three decades revealed that not only cognition, but cognition..