The Malaysia Online Journal of Educational Sciences) publishes scholarly original research articles in the field of educational sciences. The journal publishes manuscripts that have direct relevance to the principles of  teaching and learning, the significance of quality education, the role of technology in education, application of psychological concepts to education, student health and wellness, the importance of curriculum development and sociology of education. The journal also welcomes contributions from other related educational areas such as:

Educational Technology & Globalization

Human Resources In Educational Technology

Improving Classroom Teaching

Innovation and Change In Education

Interactive Learning Environment

Life Long Learning and Technology

Pedagogical and Practical Issues

Professional Development & Teacher Training

Teaching & Learning Strategies

Art Education

Biology Education

Chemistry Education

College and Higher Education

Curriculum and Instruction

Development of Science Competencies

Developmental Psychology

Distance Education

Education and Culture

Educational Administration

Educational Planning

Educational Technology

Environmental Education

ESL Education

Health Education

Language Education

Mathematics Education

Measurement and Evaluation in Education

Physics Education

Pre-school Education

Primary School Education

Professional Development

Science Education

Special Education

Sport and Physical Education

 

OPEN ACCESS STATEMENT

The Malaysian Online Journal of Educational Science is committed to real and immediate open access for academic work. All of the MOJES’s articles and reviews are free to access immediately from the date of publication. There are no author charges (commonly known as APCs) prior to publication, and no charge for any reader to download articles and reviews for their own scholarly use. To facilitate this the MOJES depends upon the financial underwriting provided by the University of Malaya, the goodwill of its editorial team and advisory board, and the continuing support of its network of peer reviewers.