Focus and Scope

Indonesian Journal of Education Research (IJoER) is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal published by Cahaya Ilmu Cendekia Publisher, dedicated to disseminating advances in knowledge and research in Multidisciplinary Education both in Indonesia and in the context of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries. Committed to excellence, the Indonesian Journal of Education Research (IJoER) publishes comprehensive research articles and invites reviews from leading multidisciplinary education experts to contribute optimally to policy and practice. The Indonesian Journal of Education Research (IJoER) provides readers with an understanding of the rich contextual nature of evaluation, assessment, and accountability in multidisciplinary education of all kinds on various levels (state, regional, local). It seeks to connect research, policy-making, and practice. The main objective of this international journal is to advance knowledge and dissemination of research on and about assessment, evaluation, and accountability of all kinds and on various levels (state, regional, local) as well as in all fields of education (primary, secondary, higher, colleague, Health, Tourism and Hospitality as well as a non-school sector). The selection criteria prioritize papers demonstrating high scientific value, conveying new knowledge, and significantly impacting multidisciplinary education. This journal's focus on multidisciplinary education includes;

  • Evaluation and assessment of curriculum as Functions, roles, objectives as well as programs and their policy impact
  • Classroom assessment, including formative assessment practices, the use of summative assessment, and educator assessment literacy Especially for Character Education
  • New constructs and forms for student assessment, including assessment of deeper learning outcomes, Student Development and test management;
  • Learning Assessment for Development of Learning Instruments and media
  • 21st-century Local and Global issues Assessment and Evaluation education in indonesia and in the context of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries