International Journal of Education in Mathematics, Science and Technology

The International Journal of Education in Mathematics, Science and Technology (IJEMST) is a peer-reviewed scholarly online journal. From 2023, the IJEMST will be published six times a year. The IJEMST is a non-profit journal and publication is completely free of charge.

The IJEMST welcomes any papers on math education, science education and educational technology using techniques from and applications in any technical knowledge domain: original theoretical works, literature reviews, research reports, social issues, psychological issues, curricula, learning environments, research in an educational context, book reviews, and review articles. The articles should be original, unpublished, and not in consideration for publication elsewhere at the time of submission to the IJEMST.

Please consider that editor and reviewers invest significant time in the submission. Thus, the submission cannot be withdrawn without the approval of the editorial office during the review, the revision, the production after acceptance or publication process.

The submission is first reviewed by the editorial team. This initial review is completed in two weeks. If the submission passes the initial review, then the blind review takes about 6 months.

The journal has a double-blind review process. Any manuscript submitted for consideration in publication in the regular or special issue of the journal is reviewed by at least two international reviewers with expertise in the relevant subject area. 

The final author versions of the papers should be proofread in terms of language and APA style. If any paper does not meet the language and/or APA style standards at any level of review or publication process, then it will be rejected.

The template is not mandatory for articles submitted for review. The template can be used for accepted papers.




Special Issue on ChatGPT in Education



We are delighted to announce a special issue of the International Journal of Education in Mathematics, Science and Technology (IJEMST) –   dedicated to exploring the implications of ChatGPT, a powerful generative AI tool, in the field of education. The introduction of ChatGPT in education has sparked debates about its potential implications for education. While advocates of ChatGPT praise its ability to support education for instance in terms of providing adaptive and personalized environments, there are some concerns about the ethical considerations of ChatGPT, as well as its potential negative effects on assessment practices, scientific integrity, and students’ higher-order thinking skills (Farrokhnia et al., 2023). Therefore, it is essential to understand how to best utilize this novel AI tool in education to enhance current practices. This special issue aims to convene researchers, educators, and practitioners to share insights, research findings, and innovative approaches related to the use of ChatGPT in educational settings.

We invite submissions of original research papers with robust conceptual and theoretical contributions and/or rigorous empirical designs using quantitative, qualitative, or mixed approaches to investigate the integration of ChatGPT in education. We encourage studies conducted in various educational contexts, including K-12 and higher education, to provide a comprehensive understanding of the potential applications and challenges of ChatGPT across different levels of education.

Authors are invited to explore a wide range of topics, including, but not limited to:

  • Personalized learning experiences and adaptive instruction using ChatGPT
  • Leveraging ChatGPT for individualized feedback and support
  • ChatGPT's role in facilitating student engagement and motivation
  • Collaborative learning and group interactions facilitated by ChatGPT
  • ChatGPT's impact on student autonomy and agency in the learning process
  • Fostering creativity and problem-solving skills through ChatGPT
  • Project-based and experiential learning with ChatGPT
  • Assessing the impact of ChatGPT on learning outcomes
  • ChatGPT for formative and summative assessment in educational contexts
  • Evaluation and assessment methods leveraging ChatGPT for feedback
  • Peer-feedback and peer-assessment using ChatGPT
  • Evaluating the effectiveness of ChatGPT-generated content in education
  • Language learning and translation support with ChatGPT
  • Innovative pedagogical strategies for integrating ChatGPT in classrooms
  • Teacher training and professional development for effective utilization of ChatGPT
  • Ethical considerations in the use of ChatGPT in education
  • Addressing bias and inclusivity challenges in ChatGPT-based education
  • ChatGPT and its implications for educational policy and practice

We encourage authors to provide evidence-based insights, empirical studies, and/or theoretical frameworks that contribute to our understanding of ChatGPT's effective integration in education. All submitted manuscripts will undergo a rigorous peer-review process to ensure the quality and relevance of the published articles.

For detailed instructions on manuscript preparation and submission, please refer to the International Journal of Education in Mathematics, Science and Technology’s submission guidelines. 

Important Dates:

  • Full manuscript submission deadline: 01 May 2024
  • Review outcome: 01 July 2024
  • Final revision: 01 August 2024
  • Anticipated publication date: 01 September 2024


Submitted works will be taken to the review process without waiting for the deadline. Accepted studies may be published in early view.

Please ensure that your work meets high-quality academic standards and is internationally visible within the scholarly community.

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Manuscripts may be sent through the journal system:  



Posted: 2023-11-01

Acceptance Rate


The acceptance rate for 2022 is about 9%: 59 accepted, 654 submissions.

The acceptance rate for 2021 is about 7%: 40 accepted, 610 submissions.

The acceptance rate for 2020 is about 5%: 24 accepted, 384 submissions.

The acceptance rate for 2019 is about 11%: 24 accepted, 217 submissions.

The acceptance rate for 2018 is about 15%: 26 accepted, 179 submissions.

Posted: 2022-12-31
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Year: 2024 Volume: 12 Number: 2

Table of Contents


Steffen Wild, Sebastian Rahn, Thomas Meyer
Rahmeh Abbaas B. Alhameedyeen
Kartika Rinakit Adhe, Mustaji Mustaji, Nadi Suprapto, Suryanti Suryanti, Lai Yin Ling
Mesut Bulut, Ayhan Bulut, Abdullatif Kaban, Abdulkadir Kirbas
Hasan Maksum, Wawan Purwanto, Siman Siman, Dina Ampera, Dori Yuvenda, Hanapi Hasan
Sazhila Nurzhanova, Assel Stambekova, Kulyay Zhaxylikova, Galiya Tatarinova, Elmira Aitenova, Zhazira Zhumabayeva
Nagla El-Tanahi, Mona Soliman, Hager Abdel Hady, Rawan Alfrehat, Rasha Faid, Mona Abdelmoneim, Marwa Torki, Noha Hamoudah
Mette Als Kristensen, Dorte Moeskær Larsen, Lars Seidelin, Connie Svabo
Feras Mahmoud Alslaiti, Mamon Alzboun, Lamia Muhammad Salim Omoush, Alaa A. Harahsheh, Rima Mahmoud Awad Al-Essa, Amer Lahad Salem Al-Masaeid, Malik Salim Odeh Alzboon
Abay Duisenbayev, Zulfiya Shavaliyeva, Inkar Khassanova, Shynar Turebayeva, Salima Seitenova, Kenzhekhan Medeubayeva
Jamaal Rashad Young, Danielle Bevan, Miriam Sanders
Mustafa Shokhayev, Bibaisha Nurdauletova, Adilet Kabylov, Rakhymzhan Turysbek, Baktybay Zhailovov
Mahmut Sami Ozturk, Mine Ulku Ozturk
Aidana Ainabek, Bekzhan Abdualiuly, Samal Zhuanyshpaeva, Aliya Ongarbayeva, Aigul Aitymova, Assem Belgibekova