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Description

The International Journal of Educational Excellence (ISSN 2373-5929) is a multidisciplinary scientific journal which main objective is the dissemination of studies that provide answers to the main educational scientific and social problems present in higher education, in order to achieve excellence quality in all their areas. Papers will be welcomed, regardless of the subject area to which they belong as long as they entailed a contribution, innovation or breakthrough in the development of models of teaching or scientific research in the scientific world which lead to a social improvement. Research work performed in other educational levels may also be considered, if they demonstrate a strong and justified relationship to higher education. All papers submitted for publication must be unpublished and originals, and should not be under any evaluation procedure for publication in other journals. Theoretical work as well as work based on field studies and empirical laboratory experiments are accepted. All kinds of strategies and methodological approaches may have been used for the study. They have to comply within the parameters of current scientific and technological research. The review criteria and selection process will take into account mainly the quality of the work under consideration: if it makes a significant contribution to the object of interest, main interests of the journal and if it offers a breakthrough or significant contribution to the current scientific knowledge and, ultimately, if it contributes to the progress of our society. This journal is of free and direct access (Open Access, OA), and it serves the international scientific community and open knowledge. 

The journal is digitally published in order to keep all the features of traditional print journals. Articles will appear in PDF format, conveniently typeset and numbered as classical style journals. Therefore, it is our intention to facilitate their distribution and their scientific citation in accordance with all existing highest standards. Additionally, for the reader’s convenience chapters of the book can be printed in their full version as well as can be accessed in tis digital format, such as e-book. This publication takes advantage of newly implemented technologies in order to facilitate publishing and distribution, at the same time that takes into account the ecological aspect of paperless publishing. Nor can we forget the specific possibilities offered by electronic publishing, such as the quick and easy access to any item of each number by simply selecting it from the start index or by identifying hyperlinks that can be added by the authors to their articles.


Peer Review Process

Original submissions to the International Journal of Educational Excellence (IJEE) will be reviewed by external referees, a process known as peer review. Reviewers are academics and researchers who are experts in the corresponding specialized field of knowledge. Their main task will be to study all submitted papers critically and constructively. For a paper’s evaluation a "double-blind" system will be used. This method consists of one in which authors and reviewers are not known to each other, aiming at a maximum objectivity in the evaluation of the manuscript. Those articles that are considered by the editorial and scientific committee of the journal with high possibilities for publication will be submitted to referees who will determine the relevance of their acceptance. It may be the case that they be sent back to the authors with suggested changes and then back again to the journal to continue with the evaluation process, which ultimately will assess the relevance of the article to be published or rejected.


Journal Frequency

The periodicity of the International Journal of Educational Excellence will be two issues per year, and these will form a volume. The first issue is published in the first half of the year, the second issue in the second half. There is no deadline for the submission of manuscripts, which will remain open during the whole year and publication of the article will possibly appear in the following issue after a positive evaluation of the work. For monographs, in which contributions to a specific topic will be requested, the deadline for receipt of manuscripts for evaluation corresponds to June 30 for the first issue and December 31 for the second issue, both referred to volume of the year following the call of articles.


Identification and Access to the Journal

The journal is named International Journal of Educational Excellence, and it is abbreviated IJEE. Its ISSN (International Standard Serial Number) number is 2373-5929. For cataloging, it should be referred to as International Journal of Educational Excellence (IJEE): ISSN 2373-5929. Access to the journal may be performed from the main web address.


Audience

The journal is addressed to the scientific community and to the general to society as well. However, because of its own nature, the principal target audience should be: university professors, scientists, researchers, managers of higher education, social and political workers within the fields of education and science and others related.


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Copyright

The articles published in the International Journal of Educational Excellence are licensed under Creative Commons. Free downloading and sharing of articles published in the Journal are allowed, but they cannot be modified in any way; neither can be commercially used. Authorization for reproduction of tables, figures, graphs or less than 150 words of text is not necessary; however, the correct citation of sources of information has to be credited as required by the law. No permission or authorization is required for the use of the journal in academic activities or for its reproduction for educational or scientific purposes. In all other cases the appropriate permission and/or authorization has to be requested to the Editorial Board in accordance with international legislation on intellectual property protection.

Author Rights: authors sign an exclusive license agreement, where authors have copyright but license rights in their article to the publisher. Upon acceptance of an article, authors will be asked to complete a 'Journal Publishing Agreement'. The ethics Journal Publishing Agreement for the International Journal of Educational Excellence (IJEE) are based in part on the SPARC Guide to Author Rights/SPARC Author Addendum.
(http://www.sparc.arl.org/resources/authors/addendum). 


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Acceptance of the agreement will ensure the widest possible dissemination of information.​ In order for the International Journal of Educational Excellence (IJEE) to publish and disseminate research articles, we need publishing rights. This is determined by the publishing agreement between the author and IJEE. This agreement deals with the transfer or license of the copyright to IJEE and authors retain rights to use and share their own published articles. Authors have the right to: (i) the rights to reproduce, to distribute, to publicly perform, and to publicly display the article in any medium for non- commercial purposes; (ii) the right to prepare derivative works from the article; and (iii) the right to authorize others to make any non-commercial use of the article so long as author receives credit as author and the journal in which the article has been published is cited as the source of first publication of the article. For example, Author may make and distribute copies in the course of teaching and research and may post the article on personal or institutional web sites and in other open-access digital repositories. IJEE supports the need for authors to share, disseminate and maximize the impact of their research and these rights.

For all parties involved in the act of publishing (the author, the journal/publisher and the peer reviewer) it is necessary to agree upon standards of expected ethical behavior. The ethics statements for the International Journal of Educational Excellence (IJEE) are based on the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) Editors (www.publicationethics.org).


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Ethics

The value of scientific publishing relies on everyone involved behaving ethically. The publication of an article in the International Journal of Educational Excellence, a peer-reviewed journal, is a direct manifestation of the quality of work of the author and the institutions that support them. Peer-reviewed articles support and embody the scientific method. Ethics topics to consider: Authorship: Authorship should be limited to those who have made a significant contribution to the reported work. The authors should ensure that their study is original and written by them and their work has not been previously published and has been submitted only to the journal.  / Originality: The authors should ensure that where material is taken from other sources (including their own published writing) the source is clearly cited and that where appropriate permission is obtained. / Data access: Authors may be asked to provide the raw data in connection with a manuscript for editorial review, and should be prepared to provide public access to such data. / Acknowledgement of sources: Proper acknowledgment. / Conflicts of interest: The authors should ensure that any real or apparent conflicting or competing interest is clearly stated on submission of their manuscript. / Reporting standards: Authors of reports of original research should present an accurate account of the work performed. / Human or animal subjects: The authors should ensure that they adhere to all research ethics. / Confidentiality and impartially of the reviewers: The reviewers must maintain the confidentiality of the review process and conduct themselves fairly and impartially; immediately alert the editor-in-chief of any real or potential competing interest that could affect the impartiality of their reviewing and decline to review where appropriate.

Publication in this journal is totally free (no Article submission charges nor article processing charges and no publication fees), as one of the main goals of the journal is to provide international researchers with a free publishing platform. Papers submitted to International Journal of Educational Excellence (IJEE) will be screened for plagiarism using CrossCheck / iThenticate plagiarism detection tools. This journal will immediately reject papers leading to plagiarism.


Editorial Office Submissions Information

Universidad Ana G. Méndez (UAGM). Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey. Escuela de Educación.

  • PO Box 21150
    San Juan, PR
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Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief
José Gómez Galán, PhD, PhD. (Email)

Associate Editors
Marcela A. Cazzoli, PhD. Durham University, United Kingdom (Email)
Eloy López Meneses, PhD. Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Spain (Email)
Eduardo Negueruela Azarola, PhD. University of Miami, United States (Email)
Maribel Santos Miranda Pinto, PhD. Instituto Politécnico de Viseu, Portugal (Email)
Fabrizio Manuel Sirignano, PhD. Università degli Studi Suor Orsola Benincasa, Italy (Email)
Laura San Martín, PhD. Harvard University, United States (Email)

International Editorial Advisory Board
Jean-François Cerisier, Ph.D. Université de Poitiers, France (Email)
Carmen Rosa Coloma Manrique, PhD.  Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Perú (Email
Enricomaria Corbi, PhD. Università degli Studi Suor Orsola Benincasa, Italy (Email)
José Francisco Durán Medina, PhD. Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain (Email)
Susana Silvia Fernández, PhD. Aarhus Universitet, Danmark (Email)
Edileuza de Freitas Miranda de Mendonça, PhD. Conselho de Educação de Goiânia, Brazil, (Email)
Maria Luisa Iavarone, PhD. Università degli Studi Parthenope, Italy (Email)
Javier Loredo Enríquez, PhD. Universidad Iberoamericana de México, México (Email)
Jaime Sánchez Ilabaca, PhD. Universidad de Chile, Chile (Email)
Francesca Marone, PhD. Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy (Email)
Dayse de Marie Oliveira, PhD. Centro Edelstein de Pesquisas Sociais, Brazil (Email)
António José Osório, PhD. Universidade do Minho, Portugal (Emial)
Julio Real García, PhD. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain (Email)
Carlo Tassara, PhD. Università degli Studi "La Sapienza" di Roma, Italy (Email)
Esteban Vázquez Cano, PhD. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), Spain (Email)


Institutional Committee

Dra. Lorma Martínez Toledo, PhD., Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey, Puerto Rico (Email)
Zaida Vega Lugo, Ed.D. Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey, Puerto Rico (Email)
Gregorio Villegas Cobian, PhD. Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey, Puerto Rico (Email)
Mariwilda Padilla, PhD. Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey, Puerto Rico (Email)
Dr. José E. Berríos Lugo, PhD. Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey, Puerto Rico (Email)
María C. Ortiz, PhD. Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey, Puerto Rico (Email)
Ángel L. Canales Encarnación, Ed.D. Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey, Puerto Rico (Email)
Judith A. González Rodríguez, Ed.D. Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey, Puerto Rico (Email)
Omar Ponce Rivera, PhD. Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey, Puerto Rico (Email)
Sonia Dávila Velázquez, Ed.D. Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey, Puerto Rico (Email)
Alicia González De la Cruz, PhD. Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey, Puerto Rico (Email)
Nellie Pagán Maldonado, PhD. Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey, Puerto Rico (Email)
Janette Orengo Puig, Ed.D. Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey, Puerto Rico (Email)
Daisy Rodríguez Sáez, Ed.D. Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey, Puerto Rico (Email)
Mildred Arbona Caballero, PhD., Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey, Puerto Rico (Email)
María Dolores Aponte Correa, PhD., Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey, Puerto Rico (Email)
Dr. José R. Cintrón Cabrera, EdD., Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey, Puerto Rico (Email)

Design, Composition and Layout
Vidal Torres Miranda (Email)
Prof. Dr. José Gómez Galán (Email)

Web Maintenance
Vidal Torres Miranda (Email)
Prof. Dr. José Gómez Galán (Email)

The management and the editorial scientific board members of the International Journal of Educational Excellence (IJEE) are not responsible of the opinions, analysis or results presented by the authors in their articles.



Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey | Escuela de Educación, PO Box 21150 San Juan, PR 00928-1150



Current - IJEE


International Journal of Educational Excellence 2021, 7(2)

Article
Artistic Teaching and Creative Thinking in University Contexts: Analysis of Research Trends
Mariana Daniela González-Zamar, Emilio Abad-Segura
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2021, 7(2), 15-30
doi: 10.18562/IJEE.066
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Article
Use of Technology and Podcast Adoption Among Members of a Higher Education Community: An Institutional Case Study
Rafael J. Rivera-Ortiz, Luis Iturralde-Albert
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2021, 7(2), 31-57
doi: 10.18562/IJEE.067
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Article
A Comparison of Angoff’s and Holland’s Assumptions in the Levine Observed Score Equating Method: An Educational and Evaluation Study
Jorge Carvajal Espinoza, Hyeon-Joo Oh
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2021, 7(2), 59-73
doi: 10.18562/IJEE.068
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Article
Itineraries of Community Insertion of Foreign Unaccompanied Minors in Spain: Social and Educational Approach
Tania García Fernández, José Ángel Martínez-López
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2021, 7(2), 75-95
doi: 10.18562/IJEE.069
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Article
A Model of Interdisciplinary Approaches with Math, Research, Robotics, and Forensic Sciences: The UNE R3-STEM Project
Jorge M. Torres Colón, Loyda B. Méndez Torres, Carmen D. Peraza González
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2021, 7(2), 97-110
doi: 10.18562/IJEE.070
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Issues - IJEE

International Journal of Educational Excellence 2015, 1(1)
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Article
Education and Narration in Intercultural Perspective: Theories and Interventions

Fabrizio Manuel Sirignano, Pascal Perillo, Stefania Maddalena
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2015, 1(1) 15-41
doi:10.18562/ijee.2015.0001.1 
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Article
A Phenomenological Study of Adult College Student Experience in Nontraditional Education Programmes

Zobeida González-Raimundí 
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2015, 1(1) 43-76
doi:10.18562/ijee.2015.0002 
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Article
University Life Adaptation: Construction and Validation of a Measurement Instrument

Luz N. Martínez Torres & Alicia González De la Cruz
International Journal of Educational Excellence 20151(1) 77-92
doi:10.18562/ijee.2015.0003
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Article
Group Methodologies and Simulations for the Development of Transversal Skills: A Pilot Study in Health Sciences Higher Education

Laura San Martín Galindo, Juan José Cabrera-Martínez, Camilo Abalos-Labruzzi & José Gómez-Galán
International Journal of Educational Excellence 20151(1) 93-109
doi:10.18562/ijee.2015.0004
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Article
Mixed Methods Research in Education: Capturing the Complexity of the Profession

Omar A. Ponce & Nellie Pagán Maldonado
International Journal of Educational Excellence 20151(1) 111-135
doi:10.18562/ijee.2015.0005 
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International Journal of Educational Excellence 2015, 1(2)
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Article
Competencies of Virtual Professors in Puerto Rico: Mix Methods Approach

Alice J. Casanova Ocasio & Zaida Vega Lugo
International Journal of Educational Excellence 20151(2) 15-52
doi:10.18562/ijee.2015.0006 
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Article
Tutoring in Distance Education: New Proposals, Challenges and Reflections

Amaralina Miranda de Souza &  Ana da Costa Polonia
International Journal of Educational Excellence 20151(2) 53-80
doi:10.18562/ijee.2015.0007 
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Article
Knowledge and Influence of MOOC Courses on Initial Teacher Training

Jessica Pérez-Parras & José Gómez-Galán
International Journal of Educational Excellence 20151(2) 81-99
doi:10.18562/ijee.2015.0008 
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Article
Phenomenology in Educational Qualitative Research: Philosophy as Science or Philosophical Science?

Mariwilda Padilla-Díaz
International Journal of Educational Excellence 20151(2) 101-110
doi:10.18562/ijee.2015.0009
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Article
The MECD Quality Certification Proposal of MOOC Courses

Miguel Baldomero Ramírez-Fernández
International Journal of Educational Excellence 20151(2) 111-123
doi:10.18562/ijee.2015.0010 
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International Journal of Educational Excellence 2016, 2(1)
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Article
ICT Training Requirements in Higher Education: A Case Study of Training Programme for the Didactical Use of Web 2.0 Applications
María Mendieta Baltodano
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2016, 2(1), 15-27
doi:10.18562/ijee.2015.0011
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Article
Learning Strategies in Relation to Academic Performance in a Nursing Degree: A Case Study
Maritza Acevedo Rodríguez, Noelia Moreno Morales & María Teresa Labajos Manzanares
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2016, 2(1), 29-47
doi:10.18562/ijee.2015.0012​
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Article
A New Theoretical Construct in the Concept of Self-Regulated Learning
Óscar García Gaitero, Óscar Costa Roman & José Julio Real García
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2016, 2(1), 49-61
doi:10.18562/ijee.2015.0013
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Article
Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) and Pre-Service Education Professionals: A Case Study of Motivation and Knowledge
María Isabel Ponce-Escudero & José Gómez-Galán
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2016, 2(1), 63-79
doi:10.18562/ijee.2015.0014
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Article
Foreign Language Teaching and Learning in a Reading Comprehension and Writing Online Module: A Higher Education Analysis
Carolina Arrieta Castillo, Nicole Roberts, Paola A. Palma Rojas & Suly M. Corredor Sánchez 
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2016, 2(1), 81-100
doi:10.18562/ijee.2015.0015
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International Journal of Educational Excellence 2016, 2(2)
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Article
EvalMOOC: A Pentadimensional Instrument of Improvement for the Quality Evaluation of MOOC
Miguel Baldomero Ramírez-Fernández, Juan José Leiva Olivencia & Noelia Margarita Moreno Martínez
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2015, 2(2), 15-33
doi:10.18562/ijee.016
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Article
Virtual Learning Environments (VLE) as Spaces for Formative Research in Postgraduate Studies in Education
María Guadalupe Veytia Bucheli
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2015, 2(2), 35-50
doi:10.18562/ijee.017
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Article
Professional Practice in Higher Education: A Case Study in Faculty Training and Development in Brazil
Edileuza de Freitas Miranda de Mendonça & José Gómez-Galán
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2015, 2(2), 51-64
doi:10.18562/ijee.018
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Article
University Educational Opportunities to Adults 50 Years of Age or Older: Fundamental Reasons and Characteristics
Zobeida González-Raimundí
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2015, 2(2), 65-76
doi:10.18562/ijee.019
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Article
Teaching Cognitive and Metacognitive SRL Strategies in the Science Class: An Experimental Design to Determine Effect on Academic Achievement
Marilyn Medina-Martínez & Nellie Pagán-Maldonado
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2015, 2(2), 77-105
doi:10.18562/ijee.020
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International Journal of Educational Excellence 2017, 3(1)
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Article
Impact of Mandatory Service-Learning Course on Civic Attitudes and Skills: Case Study in Ecuador
Karla Díaz Freire, Nascira Ramia Cárdenas & Laura Garlock
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2017, 3(1), 14-38
doi:10.18562/ijee.021
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Article
Association between Knowledge, Practice and Attitude towards Nursing Care in the Neural Development of Premature Newborns
Madeline Fonseca Fonseca, Isabel María Morales Gil & Ana María García Parra
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2017, 3(1), 39-51
doi:10.18562/ijee.022
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Article
Design and Validation of the Questionnaire on the Initial Training Degree of Sports Coaches: QUGRAFOR®
Guillerno López Muñiz, Esteban Vázquez Cano & José Carlos Jaenes Sánchez
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2017, 3(1), 52-62
doi:10.18562/ijee.023
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Article
Integration of ICT in the Mexican Higher Education: The Case of the Virtual Environments of Learning
Armando Sánchez Macías,  María Guadalupe Veytia Bucheli & María Lourdes Martínez Cerda
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2017, 3(1), 63-77
doi:10.18562/ijee.024
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Article
Impact of Osteoarthritis in the Quality of Life of Elderly Patients: Challenge on Professional Healthcare Formation and Practice
Luisa Esther Mestre Castro, María Rosa Iglesias-Parra & Isabel María Morales Gil
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2017, 3(1), 78-94
doi:10.18562/ijee.025
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International Journal of Educational Excellence 2017, 3(2)
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Article
Design an Action Plan to Structure a Competency-Based Curriculum: A Study in Spanish University System
Eva Ordóñez Olmedo, Gumersindo Caballero Gómez & Eloy López Meneses
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2017, 3(2), 15-34
doi:10.18562/ijee.026
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Article
Nursing Students’ Satisfaction during their First Year of Study in a Private University as regards the Integration of ICTs
Vionette Sánchez González, María Teresa Labajos Manzanares & Juan Antonio Armenta Peinado
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2017, 3(2), 35-74
doi:10.18562/ijee.027
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Article
Exploring Gender Differences in Graduation Proficiency in Mathematics Education Using a Markov Chain Model: Implications for Economic Growth in Nigeria
Clement Onwu Iji & Joshua Abah
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2017, 3(2), 75-86
doi:10.18562/ijee.029
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Article
New Conceptual Perspectives in the Analysis of Social Vulnerabilities: The Local Advanced Marginality for the Sustainable Development of Global Citizenship
Isotta Mac Fadden & José Luis Sarasola Sánchez-Serrano
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2017, 3(2), 87-104
doi:10.18562/ijee.030
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Article
Palliative Education of the Family in the Care of Terminal Patients: A Descriptive Correlational Study
Wanda Ivette Cordero Vega, Petra Rogero Anaya, José Carlos Canca Sánchez & Zaida Vega Lugo
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2017, 3(2), 105-123
doi:10.18562/ijee.028
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International Journal of Educational Excellence 2018, 4(1)
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Article
Comparative Analysis of Research Skills and ICT: A Case Study in Higher Education
Octaviano García Robelo & María Guadalupe Veytia Bucheli.
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2018, 4(1), 15-27
doi:10.18562/ijee.031
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Article
Nursing Education, Training and Practice in the Prevention of Ulcers in Adults over 60 Years of Age: A Quasi-Experimental Study
Mary Nelly Soto Malavé, Alfonso García Guerrero, José A. Cervera Marín & Zaida Vega Lugo
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2018, 4(1), 29-62
doi:10.18562/ijee.032
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Article
Expert-Panel Accreditation Evaluation-Practices: An Autoethnographic Case-Study in Spain
Juan Arturo Rubio Arostegui
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2018, 4(1), 63-78
doi:10.18562/ijee.033
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Article
Teaching Practices in the 21st Century in Kenya: A Qualitative Approach
Regina K. Kaume-Mwinzi
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2018, 4(1), 77-99
doi:10.18562/ijee.034
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Article
Formation of Nursing Staff in Intensive Care Units: Evaluation of Adherence to Recommendations and Variability in Management of Central Venous Catheters
María A. Mercado De Jesús & José Miguel Morales Asencio
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2018, 4(1), 101-128
doi:10.18562/ijee.035
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International Journal of Educational Excellence 2018, 4(2)
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Article
Academic Integrity: Influence on the Research Skills of the Pre-Service Teachers
Carina D. Espinosa & Cathy Mae D. Toquero
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2018, 4(2), 15-28
doi:10.18562/ijee.036
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Article 
Psychopedagogical Predecessors of Connectivism as a New Paradigm of Learning
Roberto Sánchez Cabrero & Óscar Costa Román
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2018, 4(2), 29-45
doi:10.18562/ijee.037
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Article 
Information Technology (I/T) in Nursing Education: Assessing Safety in the Process of Medication Administration
Maribel Rodríguez Pérez, Zaida Vega Lugo, José P. De la Cruz Cortes, José A. González Correa. Diana Rivera Alsina & Ileanexis Torres Santiago
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2018, 4(2), 47-65
doi:10.18562/ijee.038
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Article 
Evaluation and Assessment Practices in Early Childhood Care: A Theoretical Approach to Training
Olaniran Nathaniel, Ikuenomore Mosunmola Grace, Okoroafor Nnenna and Adesola Shehu
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2018, 4(2), 67-79
doi:10.18562/ijee.039
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Article
Perceptions on the Intercession of the Student of a Mediation Master: Strategies of the Methodology of Prevention and Resolution of Conflict (2016-2018)
José Luis Sarasola Sánchez-Serrano, Evaristo Barrera Algarín, Isotta Mac Fadden and Eloy López Meneses
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2018, 4(2), 81-91
doi:10.18562/ijee.040
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International Journal of Educational Excellence 2019, 5(1)
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Assessing the Value and Effectiveness of Study Abroad and Exchange Programs in Foreign Language Degree Programs: A Case Study
Nicole Roberts 
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2019, 5(1), 15-28
doi: 10.18562/IJEE.041
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Article
The Global Sleep Crisis and University Education: Counseling Implications for Mathematics Education Students in Nigeria
Joshua Abah Abah, Agnes Sella Ojile, & Phoebe Ojone James
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2019, 5(1), 29-62
doi: 10.18562/IJEE.042
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Article
University Students Perceptions on the Free Mass Training Courses Online
Quelaztli Aziyadé Salas Góngora, María Belén Morales Cevallos, Wellington Remigio Villota Oyarvide, & Eloy López Meneses
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2019, 5(1), 63-77
doi: 10.18562/IJEE.043
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Article
Counselling Services and Study Habits among Adolescents Student in Secondary Schools: A Pre-University Perspective
Oladeni Sakirudeen Abisola, & Kelvin Udim Davies
International Journal of Educational Excellence 2019, 5(1), 79-94
doi: 10.18562/IJEE.044
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Article
Innovative Educational Models for Nonhuman Animal Protection: A Case Study on a European School Scheme
Maria Helena Saari, & José Gómez-Galán
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Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey | División Académica de Artes Liberales
PO Box 21150 San Juan, PR 00928-1150

 

Contact Us - IJEE



Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey | Escuela de Educación
PO Box 21150 San Juan, PR 00928-1150. jogomez@uagm.edu



Author Guidelines - IJEE

Introduction

The International Journal of Educational Excellence (IJEE) is open to all scientific articles which provide answers to the main educational and scientific problems currently impacting higher education with the purpose of achieving quality excellence in all areas. Papers will be welcome, regardless of the subject area to which they belong, as long as they entail a contribution, innovation or breakthrough in the development of models for teaching or scientific research within the university environment leading towards social improvement. Research work performed in other educational levels may be also taken into account, as well as they provide an adequate justification and a valid relationship with higher education issues. All papers submitted for publication must be unpublished and original, and should not be under evaluation for publication in other journals. Theoretical work as well as those based on field studies and empirical laboratory experiments contributions, are accepted. All kinds of strategies and methodological approaches may be employed; however the selected method for each research has to be in compliance within the parameters of current scientific and technological research. The review criteria and selection process will mainly assessed the quality of the work under consideration in terms of the following criteria: significant contribution to the object of interest of the journal, a breakthrough to the current scientific knowledge and, ultimately, the contribution to the progress of our society.

Details for Submission

Manuscripts should be sent preferably sent in digital format. All manuscripts should be addressed to the journal Editor-in-Chief (email: jogomez@uagm.edu). Prior to submission, publishing standards should be carefully read at the following web site. Only those articles that meet all the requirements and characteristics described at the web site will be accepted. Submission of original digital file will preferably be in RTF format. The .ODF format is also accepted. Other formats (such as DOC, .PDF, etc.) are excluded. In the rare event that the author (s) of an article cannot submit manuscripts electronically, the article shall be traditionally mailed. However, it should include a copy of the article in the previously outlined digital formats. Manuscripts will be sent by postal mail to the following address: International Journal of Educational Excellence (IJEE), Escuela de Educación, Universidad Ana G. Méndez, Recinto de Cupey, PO Box 21150 San Juan, Puerto Rico, 00928-1150.The attention should be directed to: Editor in Chief.

Authorship and Responsibility

The author (s) of the article should submit one copy of the original article and a statement certifying that the work is original and has not been published before and that it has not been evaluated by another journal editorial committee. The author (s) must also declare that [a] all named authors have materially participated in the development of the research or study that has led to the article, [b] any conflict(s) of interest, and [c] the sources of funding of research presented in the article or of the preparation of the research. They shall also explicitly accept the journal rules of publication and the decision regarding the publication or rejection of an article. The International Journal of Educational Excellence (IJEE) assesses and requires all high international standards of ethical conduct of research and journal publication.

Preparation of Manuscripts

Articles should be submitted in proper English (British or American, however, but a mixture of both will not be allowed), whose length will be at least 3,500 words and a maximum of 12,000, including references, notes, tables and figures. Exceeding this amount of words will be a major negative factor in evaluating the article, although articles exceeding this extension can be exceptionally published if they are properly justified and the work stands out for its quality.

The article must be preceded by an abstract thereof with a minimum of 150 and a maximum of 300 words. It must also be submitted in English language along with Spanish and Portuguese translated versions. The summary should also include five to seven key words in English and Spanish and Portuguese.

Articles of theoretical nature as well as those based on field studies will be accepted, and they will be considered as a positive evaluation element if those articles maintain the classical structure in scientific research papers, consisting of separate sections and subsections (eg. Introduction, Objectives, Methodology, Analysis, Results, Discussion, Conclusions, Appendices and Annexes, etc.). However, freedom is offered to the authors to establish the most appropriate structure, depending on the nature and characteristics of their research (and is especially significant in the case of theoretical articles). What is required in all cases is that the division of the article be clearly defined and numbered by the structure 1 (with 1.1, if 1.1.1, 1.1.2, etc.), 2, 3, etc. Each title and subtitle of the sections and subsections should be clearly identified through the use of spaces.

Standards of quotation, including references, must be governed by the style of the APA (American Psychological Association), contained in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association(6th edition). Please see the following examples which are explained within the next paragraph:

Citations to text:

Whenever there is a quote of the author or authors of a publication, it should appear in the text in parenthesis followed by the year -for example if a single author is cited (Smith, 2014), if the citation refers to two to five authors (Smith & Brown, 2011 / Smith, Brown & Torrero, 2009), or if there are more than six authors (Smith et al, 2014.) - and the full reference will appear in the list of references at the end of the article. If two or more works are cited, they will appear in the same order in the reference list separated by a semicolon (James, 2001, Smith, 2014). If in the article two or more references by the same author published in the same year are cited, they should be differentiated by lowercase letters (a, b, c, d, etc.) added to the year; in the text quote, the corresponding lower case letter will be used in each specific reference (Smith, 2014a).

If the citation refers to a general idea of the work, or if it is a general reference to an article, book or full investigation, but is not literally quoting a portion of the reference, it is only necessary to refer to the author and year of publication, without specifying the page intervals. If the citation is literally quoting a text from a specific work, the author, year of publication and the page intervals should be entered preceded by "p" for example, according to Smith (2014) "the university teachers with many teaching hours have difficulty in carrying out research work "(p. 379), / in his study he argued that "university teachers with many teaching hours have difficulty in carrying out research work" (Smith, 2014, p. 379) but the author did not show the statistical analysis of the survey results.

In case the direct quotations exceed 40 words it is necessary to set up them within a separate text block, and quotation marks are omitted. It is recommended to begin the quotation on a new line with a tab on the left margin of ½ inch or 1.25 cm, maintaining this margin along the length of the cite. Page intervals should be indicated as described in the preceding paragraph.

Sometimes, in the work, it may be necessary to refer to indirect quotations, i.e. presenting information or ideas of an author who has been picked up and quoted by some other one. In this case, the two authors are cited; starting with the indirect reference, for example, Brown (cited by Smith, 2014, p. 179) suggests that research is essential in university teaching. It is also recommended to find out and cite the original source.

References List:

The list of references should appeared at end of the article. With this information, the reader may access any of the sources that have been cited in the main body of the work. Each and every one of the sources cited should appear in the reference list. Similarly, each of the references that appear in this list should appear in the main text of the article at some point.

The references list appears at the end of main body of article, and after two spaces, using the title "References", with the same format as each of the subtitles that make up the work. All lines subsequent to the first line of each entry in the reference list should be indented ½ inch or 1.25 cm. The names of the authors appear inverted (last name then first initial or initials of the first names). The entries in the reference list should be ordered alphabetically according to the first author of each work. If several works by the same author have been cited, these entries should also be collected in chronological order, starting from oldest to the most recent. The full title of the work should be provided, keeping the title used by the publication. Capitalization of all major words of journal titles is recommended.

References should follow the APA guidelines contained in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th edition). In general, the basic forms of citation are as follows:

Article in Journal:
Author, A. A., Author, B. B., & Author, C. C. (Year). Title of article. Title of Periodical, volume number (issue number), pages.  

Books - Author:
Author, A. A., Author, B. B., & Author, C. C. (Year of publication). Title of work. Location: Publisher.

Edited Book, No Author:
Editor, A. A., Editor, B. B., & Editor, C. C. (Eds.). (Year of publication). Title of work. Location: Publisher.

Article or Chapter in an Edited Book:
Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Year of publication). Title of chapter. In A. A. Editor & B. B. Editor (Eds.), Title of book (pp. pages of chapter). Location: Publisher

Dissertation, Published:
Author, A. A. (Year). Title of dissertation (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from Name of database. (Accession or Order Number)

Dissertation, Unpublished:
Author, A. A. (Year). Title of dissertation (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Name of Institution, Location.

Conference Proceedings:
Editor, A. A., & Editor, B. B. (Year of publication). Proceedings from Acronym Conference: Title of Conference. Location: Publisher.

Article From an Online Periodical:
Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Date of publication). Title of article. Title of Online Periodical, volume number (issue number if available). Retrieved from http://Web address

Article From an Online Periodical with DOI Assigned:
Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Date of publication). Title of article. Title of Journal, volume number, page range. doi:0000000/000000000000 or http://dx.doi.org/10.0000/0000

Chapter/Section of a Web Document or Online Book Chapter:
Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Date of publication). Title of article. In Title of book or larger document (chapter or section number). Retrieved from http:// Web address

Nonperiodical Web Document, Web Page, or Report:
Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Date of publication). Title of document. Retrieved from http://Web address

At present, the rules of APA citation are widespread in the field of social research, and its style is the most currently used to cite sources in this area. Therefore in case of any doubt regarding citations, we recommend consulting the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th edition), where it multiple examples of formats of research papers, text citations, footnotes, references, etc. can be found; here we have offered only general guidelines.

General Format of Manuscripts:

The manuscript should follow the general format not only meeting the scientific requirements requested by this journal but also identifying the best possible characteristics of the article. Submission the manuscript in digital format, or RTF .odf, double-spaced in a standard size paper (8.5 "x 11") or A4 (21 x 29.7 cm) 1 "(or 2 cm) margins, is recommended. Although any easily readable source may be used, the use of Times New Roman 12 point is recommended. The manuscript should include a header at the beginning of the page, providing the main scientific information of the author and the work. These data are:

Title: should be as concise as possible, reporting the content of the article. It should be taken into account that quite often titles are used by scientific database systems and information retrieval, so it is advisable that it contain words directly related to the content of work. It must not contain abbreviations or acronyms that are not widely known. The title should be centered as the first element of the header. The APA recommends that it does not exceed 12 words in length, but if it were required by the nature of the work, it shall not prevent the acceptance of the manuscript.

Name of author (s) and affiliation: should appear in full below the title, separated by a double space using the following format: First Name, Middle Initial (if applicable) and last name (both names if Latin American author (s). Titles (Dr.) or degrees (PhD) may not be used. In order to allow the precise localization of the institution where the research was performed, its full address should appear below the name of each author (City, country, zip code). Finally, below the institution's address, the e-mail of each author should appear.

Mailing address of the corresponding author: In addition to email, full address for correspondence is recommended but not mandatory (telephone numbers, country and local codes). It may appears as a footnote.

Abstract: It should be placed after the name, affiliation and email address of the corresponding author separated by double space. As indicated above, it should have a length between 150 and 300 words. It will be sent in English, Spanish and Portuguese and should summarize the main features of the research work (as a minimum it is advisable to include a summary of the objectives, methodology and results, especially if it is based on fieldwork research). Future research may be included, especially if it has given rise to different questions that invite subsequent effort.

Keywords: will be entered below the summary separated by a double space,. We recommend providing five to seven key words that identify the work more precisely, and may help other researchers to find it in the international databases. The keywords will be sent in English, Spanish and Portuguese, and for their selection it is advisable to use the thesaurus most used in the specialty.

Article: Below the keywords, the author will placed the main body of the text submitted for publication in the International Journal of Educational Excellence (IJEE), in accordance with the recommendations given in this Guide for Authors.

Scientific and professional record of author (s): Placed below the main body of the manuscript leaving three lines and as the last element of the manuscript to be submitted. The scientific and professional background of each author should not be longer than 300 words, specifying recent published papers.
Notwithstanding the guidelines outlined above, it is strongly recommended for preparing manuscripts, to follow the APA style compiled in Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th edition).

Publication of Articles

Submission of a manuscript to the International Journal of Educational Excellence (IJEE), implies a previous statement by the authors that the work submitted to the journal is original and unpublished, that it has been the result of the authors’ work, that all the signatories have materially participated in its preparation, and that the manuscript is not under evaluation for publication elsewhere, whatever the media, especially that it is not under evaluation by other scientific journals. All journal rules are also accepted, as well as final the opinion resulting from the academic evaluation of Article whether it is accepted or rejected for publication. The editorial staff of the International Journal of Educational Excellence (IJEE) is not responsible for the opinions, analysis, or results collected by the authors in their articles. It is also assumed that all material in articles are free of copyright rights and therefore it is not responsible for any disputes or claims related to intellectual property rights, which are the sole responsibility of the authors.

The decision to accept or reject the publication of the manuscript will be notified within a maximum period of four months. The notification will be sent electronically (e-mail) to the corresponding author. If accepted for publication, the paper will appear in the next volume of the journal. The articles published in the International Journal of Educational Excellence (IJEE) are digitally edited and will retained all the characteristics of those published in traditional print journals.

The articles appear in PDF format, conveniently typeset and numbered as classical journals. Therefore, in this sense the editors facilitate their distribution of the journal and articles and the scientific citation or its contents according to all current standards, making available to the scientific community, valuable contributions resulting from the research. We can say, that in general, this is a publication that takes advantage of all the benefits that ICT offers for easy editing and distribution, considering also the ecological side of publishing without paper. This means that only those parts that are needed should be printed if the case arises. In addition, the digital format of the articles of the International Journal of Educational Excellence (IJEE) is adapted to the new computer and telematics tools used in scientific and academic contexts, easily allowing information searching, online and bases data indexing, etc. Access to the content of the International Journal of Educational Excellence (IJEE) is free, thereby contributing to the globalization of science and culture.

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