Natural Science and Advanced Technology Education journal provides a room for sharing and discussing ideas, news and results about new ways of teaching as well as of presenting new experimental and theoretical aspects of science. Among the goals of the journal is to bridge the gaps between the educational research and the school practice. All educational levels - from the early science education, secondary education, vocational education to the tertiary education and the lifelong education, are on the focus. Enhancing the interest of students by combining multidisciplinary approaches amalgamating the science with its fundament - history and philosophy of science, is persistently pursued by the journal.
The main topics and sections of the journal are as follow: Letters to the Editor; Education: Theory & Practice; New Approaches; Curriculum Matters; Interdisciplinary; Teaching Effi ciency; Teaching Experiment in Science; Problems; History of Education: Bulgarian Educational Tradition; History of Education: Foreign Educational Tradition; Advanced Science; From the Research Laboratories; Personalities in Science; Bulgarians Abroad; History and Philosophy of Science; Science & Society; Science & Art; New Information Media; Book Reviews; Archives.
By two daily illustrated lists, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/khimiya (teaching and learning in science education) and http://groups.yahoo.com/group/hps_review (history and philosophy of science) the journal connects its editors, referees, authors, readers and friends. In these lists a review of the current world literature on science education and history and philosophy of science is regularly given.
The decision for publication is taken on the basis of a peer review –by two anonymous and independent reviewers, experts from Bulgaria and abroad.
The members of the editorial board do not participate in the evaluation process.
The journal is being published bi-monthly
ISSN 2738-7135 (print)
ISSN 2738-7143 (online)
The articles in Natural Science and Advanced Technology Education
are referred, listed and abstracted in:
– Chemical Abstracts (1998)
– Google Scholar (2005)
– EBSCOhost (2012)
– CEEOL (2017)
– SCOPUS (2006-2017)
– Science Index (2019)