The Journal of Montessori Research & Education will, as the name indicates, provide a publishing platform for research related to Montessori education. The overall aim is to contribute to the development of Montessori education built on high-quality research and by raising awareness of theoretical and empirical aspects of Montessori education. The journal is aimed at academics looking to advance the educational science as well as for practicing teachers looking to use evidence-based methods to improve their work.
The intention is to publish articles about research findings and design and to cover a wide range of relevant topics that are of international significance. We welcome work with a contemporary approach as well as about Montessori education in a historical context. Today there is an interest in finding alternative pedagogical models that will encourage students to establish challenging social, environmental and academic goals as well as to attain an entrepreneurial approach. Therefore we believe that this journal’s content will make an impact on communities interested in Montessori education, research and outcomes, all over the world.
The Editors of the Journal of Montessori Research and Education are now accepting submissions for publication for 2016. We publish original research papers, but also welcome review papers and commentaries that aim at developing Montessori education as a research area. The editorial team and the editorial board are all experienced teachers and researchers, aiming to raise the profile of the subject area by enhancing the scientific dialogue about the theory and practice of Montessori Education.
The Journal of Montessori Research and Education is 100% open-access and online, meaning that all content is free to view and share without delay when published. The Journal of Montessori Education and Research offers a rigorous peer-review process to all content, and our ‘rolling’ approach to publication means that author’s work is published immediately after the editorial process is completed. Submissions can therefore be sent throughout the year. The journal is aimed at a global readership of researchers and policy makers.
The Journal of Montessori Research and Education would like to encourage submissions from several educational fields, as long as an overall focus on Montessori Education is included. Topics that are encouraged for submission are (but not exclusively):
Submit your article online today. If you are a new user, start by address. Please follow the instructions closely.
For more information on those involved in the journal, please visit the Editorial Team page.
Please contact the editor if you have further questions.
Posted on 14 Jul 2015