Academic journal article International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education

Editorial Letter

Academic journal article International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education

Editorial Letter

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Dear IEJEE Readers,

It's a great pleasure for us, as IEJEE family, to present the latest issue of International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education. This excitement started 6 years ago in 2008. From that year on, we've published 17 issues with our precious editor Kamil Özerk and editorial team. These publications were generally on elementary art, language development, maths, science, social studies, computer, social development and educational psychology. In this period four special issues, each of which made an overwhelming impression, were published.

When the issues are examined, it'll be seen that IEJEE has made a great contribution to knowledge and literature in this six-year-period. Thousands of journals have published issues on politics, medicine, sociology, philosophy, economics, engineering, space technology, etc. In this case, it's expected to have a difference between information six years ago and now and contributed to knowledge and literature. With the experimental studies and inventions, the developments in information technologies have been affecting human life fabulously. Information is not any more on the second shelf at the latest end of the library, it's now on the keys of our mobile phones.

We are ready to contribute with the new issue. In the first article, Müürsepp and K?kkull examine the significance of craft skills for the pupils in age nine and twelve years. The next article "The Impact of Notebooking on Teacher Candidates' Construction of Knowledge" investigates the structures and thinking processes that teacher candidates utilize when writing in notebooks. …

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