Scholarly articles are invited and those wishing to contribute to the Journal should please follow these guidelines:
Contributors should follow the general style described in the publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th Edition) except that spelling, grammar and phraseology should conform to the formal British style.
Manuscripts should not exceed 3,725 words (12-15 pages), should be typed on A4 (210mmX297mm) paper, using Times New Roman with a 12 point font, double-spaced throughout and with margins of at least 4cm on all four sides. Papers should be original, and written in clear, straight-forward style, aimed at clear and interesting communication of ideas. All manuscripts should include a 100 – 120 word abstract typed on a separate sheet.
Arguments should be substantiated with well-reasoned supporting evidence or statistical data. Authors should reduce bias in language on the bases of gender, sexual orientation, racial or ethnic group, disability or age.
The manuscripts should be compiled in the following order: Title page, abstract, main text (with subdivisions not numbered), summary and references.
Three hard copies of the manuscripts should be sent to Department of Educational Foundations, University of Lagos, Lagos-Nigeria, plus an electronic copy to the Editor-In-Chief, Prof. N. Osarenren or Managing Editor, Dr. I.P. Nwadinigwe at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit www.ijeredufoundations.com.ng.
It is published twice each year in April and November.
Focus and Scope
The Journal publishes articles concerned with research theory and practice or programme application in the field of Education and the Behavioural Sciences.
Peer Review Process
Each article is blind reviewed by two independent experts and the final decision is made by the Editor-in-Chief.
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