ISSN 1305-3515
 

Author Guidelines

İlköğretim Online (IOO) - Elementary Education Online (EEO), which accepts the original articles, reviews, book reviews and manuscripts about professional experience in English, is a peer-reviewed academic online journal.

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Manuscript Format

Title  (English): 16 pt, Cambria,  left alined, only the first letter of the first word of the title is capitalized, leave an 10 pt space.

Authors:  10 pt, Cambria, bold, each author in a line.  After names put a “,” affiliation “,”  e-mail (italic), and ORCID number.

Name Last name, Affiliation, name@tedu.com ORCID:

Name Last name, Affiliation, name@tedu.com ORCID:

ABSTRACT: 10 pt, Cambria (between 100-150 words, in one paragraph)

Keywords. Provide 3-5 keywords

INTRODUCTION (left alined)

11 pt, Cambria, single space, first line indented 1cm, no space between paragraphs.

METHODS (centered)

Sub titles such as Research design, Participants, Data collection tools  etc. Should be indented 1cm.

RESULTS (centered)

Sub titles and following paragraphs should be indented 1cm.

DISCUSSION and CONCLUSIONS (centered)

Sub titles and following paragraphs should be indented 1cm.

REFERENCES (left aligned)

10 pt. APA style.

TABLES

Tables should be inserted within the text. Captions should be placed above the table  “Table X.” bold. Name of the table should be in italic. APA style. No vertical lines in tables, 3 horizontal lines only. 10 pt within table.

FIGURES

Figures should be inserted within the text. Captions should be placed belove the figure  “FIGURE Y.” bold. Name of the Figure should be in italic. APA style. Readibility and quality of the figures are important.

Text size:  

6000 words or less than 15 pages. 

REFERENCES PREPARING RULES

Article

Battista, M. T. & Clements, D. H. (1996). Students' understanding of three-dimensional rectangular arrays of cubes. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 27(3), 258-292.

Starkey, P. (1992). The early development of numerical reasoning, Cognition, 43, 93-126.

Edited Book

Battista, M. T. & Clements, D. H. (1998). Students' understanding of three-dimensional cube arrays: Findings from a research and curriculum development project. In R. Lehrer & D. Chazan (Eds.), Designing learning environments for developing understanding of geometry and space (pp. 227-248). Hillsdale, NJ: LEA Publishers.

Book

Billstein, R., Libeskind, S. & Lott, J. W. (1993). A problem solving approach to mathematics for elementary school teachers (5th Ed.). New York: Addison-Wesley.

Proceding

Empson, S. B. (1995). “Equal sharing and shared meaning: The development of fraction concepts in a first-grade classroom.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Online Article

Olkun, S. & Toluk, Z. (2002). Textbooks, word problems, and student success on addition and subtraction. International Journal of Mathematics Teaching and Learning (November, 18). [Online]: Retrieved on 12-March-2001, at URL: http://www.ex.ac.uk/cimt/ijmtl/ijabout.htm.

Online Report

TIMSS. (1999). “International mathematics report, findings from IEA’s repeat of the Third International Mathematics and Science Study at the eight grade.” [Online] Retrieved on 12-March-2001, at URL: http://timss.bc.edu/timss1999i/pdf/T99i_Math_TOC.pdf.