EDKKUJ is calling for a wide variety of scholar content in term of journal article as follows.

1. Editorial:

Maximum Length of Word: 2,000 words

Description: Editorials are opinion pieces by the Editor-in-Chief, an Associate Editor, Guest Editor(s) or a guest writer invited by the Editor-in-Chief.

2. Commentary

Maximum Length of Word: 3,000 words

Description: Scholarly discussions of a topic of interest to the education community that include the opinions of or the point of view of the author(s) are published using the manuscript type.

3. Communication:

Maximum Length of Word: 3,000 words

Description: Communications generally update or extend topics addressed in manuscripts that have already been published. The ways in which the update is interesting, useful, and the novel should be made clear.

4. Letter:

Maximum Length of Word: 1,500 words

Description: A manuscript type that allows readers to respond to a piece that has been published in EDKKUJ. Letters should contribute to or elicit discussion on a subject without overstepping the bounds of professional courtesy. The author(s) of the publication referred to may be invited to submit a reply.

5. Review Article:

Maximum Length of Word: 6,000-10,000 words

Description: Review Article specifies an article that summarizes the current state of understanding on a topic. A review article surveys and summarizes previously published studies, rather than reporting new facts or analysis, and then critically reports trend and/or direction for future studies.

6. Research Article:

Maximum Length of Word: 6,000-10,000 words

Description: Research Articles specific to reporting the research pertaining to education, teaching, and learning in any subject, any groups of people, any educational level, or any education-related field.

7. Technical Article:

Maximum Length of Word: 5,000 words

Description: A Technical Article could be classified into sub-types as follows:

7.1) Describes a novel educational idea or approach, the specific content area for the in-class and outside class setting, the advancement of new pedagogy or teaching method, or results on innovation or educational research study or in well-designed specific course.

7.2) Demonstrates and reflects the best practice of teaching and learning any specific content area or concept regarding up-to-date pedagogy or teaching method. The best practice is intended to help readers visualize students performing their learning or teachers performing their teaching.

7.3) Describes a learning experience or activity at any level (from kindergarten through the university level) that can be done in the classroom or laboratory or in an informal setting. The experience or activity needs to have been done with students in a teaching or outreach setting and to have been evaluated and used several times in order to substantiate claims of success.

7.4) Provides a scholarly description of a website, software application, media item, or other use of technology that enhances teaching and learning. The technology described should have been used with students and the results reported.