Calls for papers


Review of Psychopedagogy Volume 12 no.1
Deadline: 30 0ct 2023

Review of Psychopedagogy is a peer-reviewed scientific publication committed to advancing knowledge in a wide range of disciplines. Our aim is to provide a platform for researchers like you to share your latest findings, innovative ideas, and insightful perspectives with the global academic community.

We are currently accepting submissions for our upcoming issues and would be honored to consider your work for publication. Your research can contribute significantly to the intellectual discourse and have a lasting impact on your field of study.

The themes for our current call for papers include:

  1. Enhancing the Quality of Life among Individuals with Disabilities: the adoption and implementation of strategies, interventions, or policies aimed at enhancing the levels of satisfaction, well-being, and societal participation for individuals with various types of disabilities.
  2. Neurodiversity and Inclusive Education: Understanding and Embracing Cognitive Variations This theme explores the concept of neurodiversity and its implications for inclusive education. Authors can discuss strategies to create supportive learning environments that accommodate diverse cognitive profiles.

  3. Mental Health and Well-being of Caregivers of Children with Disabilities This theme focuses on the psychological well-being of caregivers of children with disabilities. Submissions may cover coping mechanisms, support systems, and interventions to enhance caregiver resilience.

  4. Assistive Technologies and Accessibility in Education This theme highlights the role of assistive technologies in promoting accessibility and learning opportunities for students with disabilities. Authors can discuss advancements, challenges, and best practices in implementing such technologies.

  5. Intersectionality and Disability: Addressing Multiple Marginalizations This theme examines how intersecting identities and social factors affect individuals with disabilities. Authors can discuss strategies to address the unique challenges faced by disabled individuals from diverse backgrounds.

  6. Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) for Non-verbal Individuals This theme focuses on augmentative and alternative communication methods for non-verbal individuals. Submissions can explore advancements in AAC technology and successful case studies.

  7. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in Inclusive Classrooms This theme centers on the implementation of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles in inclusive classrooms. Authors may discuss the benefits of UDL and practical applications in various educational settings.

  8. Mental Health Interventions for Students with Learning Disabilities This theme explores evidence-based mental health interventions tailored to students with learning disabilities. Submissions may include therapeutic approaches and case studies.

  9. Social Inclusion and Peer Relationships in Inclusive Education This theme investigates the importance of social inclusion and peer relationships for students with disabilities. Authors can discuss strategies to foster positive social interactions and reduce social isolation.

  10. Employment and Vocational Training for Individuals with Disabilities This theme focuses on vocational training and employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. Submissions may address successful job placement, workplace accommodations, and challenges faced in the workforce.

These themes aim to promote research and knowledge dissemination in the fields of disability, inclusion, and special education, while encouraging the exploration of innovative and evidence-based approaches.