Currently known as the Polish Journal of Educational Studies
Formerly known as Studia Pedagogiczne (1954 – 2017)
The Polish Journal of Educational Studies is an open access, international, peer-reviewed, issued annually, journal that publishes original, high-quality empirical, theoretical and conceptual articles covering a wide range of topics in the field of education. The journal also welcomes book reviews, reports on seminars and reviews of other published material.
The journal was founded as Studia Pedagogiczne in 1954 by the Polish Academy of Sciences (Committee on Education Studies). Since that time, it has been a leading Polish academic journal publishing high-level original research and theoretical studies in education.
The Polish Journal of Educational Studies welcomes submissions from scholars around the world who locate their interests in education. Manuscripts with implications for ongoing educational studies, policy making and practice in Poland as well as those which present Polish education in international contexts are particularly welcome.
All articles submitted to this journal have undergone a rigorous double-blind peer review process, based on initial editors screening and anonymous review by at least two reviewers (one from Poland and one from abroad).
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Emeritus Honored Editor – Professor Henryka Kwiatkowska
University of Bialystok, Poland
dr Urszula Markowska-Manista
University of Warsaw, Poland
University of Bialystok, Poland
University of Northampton, United Kingdom (English Language Editor)
dr Tomasz Kasprzak
University of Białystok, Poland
Editorial Board Members
Hana Cervinkova – University of Lower Silesia, Poland
Ewa Jarosz – University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland
Amélia Lopes – University of Porto, Portugal
Francesco Magni – University of Bergamo, Italy
Davide Parmigiani – Universtity of Genoa, Italy
Janusz Surzykiewicz – Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany / Cardinal Stefan Wyszyñski University in Warsaw, Poland
Joachim Thomas – Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany
Cora Xu – Keele University, United Kingdom
Yanyue Yuan – New York University Shanghai, China
Roza Valeeva – Kazan Federal University, Russia
Committee on Education Studies of Polish Academy of Sciences Executive Board
Bogusław Śliwerski – University of Lodz, Poland/Maria Grzegorzewska University in Warsaw, Poland
Dorota Klus-Stańska – University of Gdańsk, Poland
Marek Konopczyński – University of Bialystok, Poland
Barbara Kromolicka – University of Szczecin, Poland
Stefan Kwiatkowski – Maria Grzegorzewska University in Warsaw, Poland
Zbyszko Melosik – Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland
Jerzy Nikitorowicz – University of Bialystok, Poland
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Open Access Statement
The journal is an Open Access journal that allows a free unlimited access to all its contents without any restrictions upon publication to all users.
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INSTRUCTION FOR AUTHORS:
Author details. All authors of a manuscript should include their full name and affiliation on the cover page of the manuscript. Where available, please also include ORCID identifiers. One author will need to be identified as the corresponding author, with their email address
A typical paper for this journal should be no more than 7000 words, inclusive of tables, references, figure captions, footnotes, endnotes.
Font: Times New Roman, 12-point, 1,5 line spaced. Use margins of at least 2.5 cm (or 1 inch).
Title: Use bold for your article title, with an initial capital letter
Abstract: Indicate the abstract paragraph with a heading or by reducing the font size, length – up to 200 words.
Keywords: up to 8.
Headings: Please indicate the level of the section headings in your article:
- First-level headings (e.g. Introduction, Conclusion) should be in bold, with an initial capital letter.
- Second-level headings should be in bold italics, with an initial capital letter.
- Third-level headings should be in italics, with an initial capital letter.
Tables and figures: Indicate in the text where the tables and figures should appear, by inserting [Table/Figure X near here]. Please supply the actual tables/figures as separate files. Figures should be high quality (1200 dpi for line art, 600 dpi for grayscale and 300 dpi for color, at the correct size). Figures should be saved as TIFF, PostScript or EPS files. Tables should be supplied as editable files (XLS). Please remember about rules of using third-party material in your article.
Reference style: References in the text should follow APA Style and be cited in the text as:
For one author: (Smith, 2018) Smith (2018) (Smith, 2018, p. 12), (Smith, 2016, pp. 12-14)
For two authors: Smith and Adams (2016) or (Smith & Adams, 2016)
For three or more authors: Smith et al. (2007) or (Smith et al., 2007)
References should be written in alphabetical order according to template below:
Yin, R. K. (2011). Qualitative Research from Start to Finish. New York & London: The Guilford Press.
Articles in collective works:
Lerner, R. M., & Steinberg, L. (2011). The History of the Study of Adolescence. In B. B. Brown & M. J. Prinstein (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Adolescence (Vol. 1, pp. 169–176). London: Elsevier.
Articles in journals:
Duffield, M. (2016). The resilience of the ruins: Towards a critique of digital humanitarianism. Resilience, (4), 147–165. https://doi.org/10.1080/21693293.2016.1153772 (if DOI is available)
For detailed information, please see Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, Sixth Edition (2010); http://www.apastyle.org/ and http://blog.apastyle.org/.
Funding details: Please supply all details required by your funding bodies as follows:
This work was supported by the [Funding Agency] under Grant [number xxxx].