International Journal of Ethnoscience and Technology in Education

The International Journal of Ethnoscience and Technology in Education (IJETE) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal dedicated to the exploration and integration of ethnoscience and technology in educational contexts. Ethnoscience, the study of how different cultures understand and interact with the natural world, offers invaluable insights into cultural practices, knowledge systems, and worldviews. When combined with technology, these insights can enhance educational methodologies, content, and tools, fostering a more inclusive, culturally aware, and effective learning environment. IJETE aims to bridge the gap between traditional knowledge systems and modern educational technologies, promoting the development of educational practices that are both culturally sensitive and technologically advanced.

IJETE targets a wide range of professionals and scholars, including (1) Researchers and academics in the fields of education, ethnoscience, technology, and interdisciplinary studies; (2) Educational technology developers and practitioners; (3) Curriculum designers and educators at all levels interested in incorporating ethnoscience and technology into their teaching practices; and (4) Policy makers and educational leaders seeking to foster cultural inclusivity and technological advancement in education

Authors are encouraged to submit original research, review articles, case studies, and theoretical analyses that align with the journal’s focus and scope. Submissions should clearly articulate the connection between ethnoscience and technology in education, demonstrating innovative approaches, significant findings, or theoretical advancements. Detailed submission guidelines, including formatting and ethical considerations, are available on the journal’s website.

Editor in Chief: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Saiful Prayogi   


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Vol 1, No 1 (2024): March

All articles of this issue have been reviewed in a blind review process, and the authors and co-authors are from seven countries (Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Morocco, Nigeria, Republic of Korea, and United Kingdom)

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Yusuf Sarkingobir, Abdulaziz Bello
Raden Fanny Printi Ardi, Muhammad Roil Bilad, Hisbulloh Als Mustofa, Adam Bachtiar Maulachela
Rachid El Yazidi, Khaerul Rijal
Ni Nyoman Sri Putu Verawati, Wahyudi Wahyudi
Kurniasih Nur Afifah, Ri Yoo, Suhirman Suhirman