IARTEM e-Journal ISSN 1837-2104

A peer reviewed journal Published by the International Association for Research on Textbooks and Educational Media

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Recent Articles

The articles below comprise Volume 8
Number 1-2 of the IARTEM e-Journal, December 2016

Editorial Volume 8 No 1-2

Ting Graf, Stefan & Carlsen, Dorthe. (2016). Systematic, digital student feedback for differentiated teaching. IARTEM e-Journal Volume 8 Number 1-2, 2-25.
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Watt, Michael G. (2016). The Common Core State Standards and the Role of Instructional Materials: a Case Study on EdReports.org. IARTEM e-Journal Volume 8 Number 1-2, 26-49.
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Medina, Ramón Martínez. (2016). La enseñanza de la Climatología en el cambio normativo LOE-LOMCE (España): una mirada a través de los Manuales Escolares de Educación Primaria. IARTEM e-Journal Volume 8 Number 1-2, 50-66.
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Picanço, Deise Cristina de Lima & Vailatti, Teurra Fernandes. (2016). As histórias em quadrinhos nos livros didáticos de francês destinados a crianças e adolescentes. IARTEM e-Journal Volume 8 Number 1-2, 67-96.
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Call for papers in Spanish, Portuguese and English

IARTEM invites papers from researchers, publishers and authors, policy makers and educationalists on topics that align with the journal's mission and objectives written in English, Spanish or Portuguese, for future issues.   Read more

Next Volume of IARTEM eJournal

The next volume of the IARTEM e-Journal (Volume 9, Number 1) will
be published during the first half of 2017. It is planned to publish further numbers in September and December. All papers submitted to the IARTEM e-Journal are reviewed by two referees in a blind peer review system. Intending authors should submit their papers to the editors six months prior to publication date. The IARTEM e-Journal will be published in multiple languages and with abstracts in English, Portuguese and Spanish.

Open access

The IARTEM e-Journal is listed in DOAJ, the Directory of Open Access Journals. The IARTEM e-Journal is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.

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