Focus and Scope

The Jurnal Pendidikan Usia Dini publishes articles on current issues and trends that occur nationally and internationally in the curriculum for ECE, teaching, learning, policy and preparation for ECE teachers with the aim of advancing readers' knowledge of ECE theory and practice. Jurnal Pendidikan Usia Dini also features the following special sections:

About ECE Learning: It comprises theoretical and empirical research studies on early age's learning. Jurnal Pendidikan Usia Dini invites manuscripts that examine learning and changes and its development from various perspectives, including psychological, social, cognitive, socio-historical, and affective. an ECE  Study that examine the relationship between learning and teaching, knowledge and best practices regarding science, mathematics, language, social-studies, physics and the arts for early childhood.

Issues and Trends: These consist of current analytical, interpretive, persuasive essays on educational, social, or philosophical early childhood and trends relevant to early-childhood science teaching in young children . In particular, it seeks to specifically, promote early-childhood information dialogue on current issues at ECE, and reasoned texts represent different points of view.

ECE related to parenting: It consists of analytical, interpretative, or philosophical papers on early childhood learning outside the formal classroom. Papers should investigate experiences in settings such as communities, homes, technology, after-school settings on parenting, and other opportunities that develop ECE knowledge or practice across a child's life span.

Early-Childhood Teacher Educators: This consists of original empirical and / or theoretical research that examines teacher preparation, teacher work, or how teacher work is affected by a broader context. "Teacher education" refers to develop the entire continuum of a person's teaching career, from pre-service, through induction, to the advanced stages of professional development.

ECE policies include reports on the objectives and / or basic principles of policies adopted by governments, interest groups, school districts, etc., which have an influence on early-childhood teaching and learning. In addition, research on ECE policy deals with ECE theory and practice which also influences policy decisions.

ECE studies: This provides a forum for interdisciplinary investigations into the ECE. It informs and obtains perspectives from the paedagogy, history, philosophy, anthropology, and sociology of early childhood as well as cognitive psychology and artificial intelligence to contribute to early-childhood education theory, methodology, policy and practice.