Journal of Silence Studies in Education


Journal titleJournal of Silence Studies in Education
InitialsJSSE
AbbreviationJ. Silenc. Stud. Educ.
Frequency2 issues per year
DOIPrefix 10.31763 by 
ISSN2808-1005
Editor-in-chiefDr. Dat Bao
Managing EditorDr. Bambang Widi Pratolo
Organized byASCEE Education Society
PublisherAssociation for Scientific Computing Electrical and Engineering (ASCEE)
Citation AnalysisGoogle Scholar | SCOPUS | WoS
TemplateJSSE Template

Founded by leading experts in silence research from four continents, The Journal of Silence Studies in Education (JSSE) is the world’s first academic periodical that addresses the theme of silence in teaching and learning. It welcomes discourse and research articles in theory and practice from practitioners and scholars in education and from various disciplines with implications for education.

The aim of contributions is to bring new insights to improve teaching and learning for all students who sometimes need to use silence as part of their learning repertoire. The journal does not promote silence but acknowledges it has already existed in every student’s learning experience in practitioners’ teaching strategies. It addresses silence as a way of strengthening inclusive, diverse, and non-biased education.

The manuscript must offer an original contribution in the field, written in English, and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. All submitted manuscripts will be initially reviewed by editors and are then evaluated by a minimum of two international reviewers through the double-blind review process. This is to ensure the quality of the published manuscripts in the journal.

 


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Call for contributions to a Special Issues on Silence, Solitude and Loneliness

 
Call for contributions to a Special Issues on Silence, Solitude and Loneliness - Guest editors: Dr. Małgorzata Wałejko and Prof. Julian Stern  
Posted: 2022-06-22 More...
 

International Society for Research on Solitude (ISRS)

 

 

Dear Colleagues,

 

Besides introducing our journal, we would like to highly recommend that you learn more about The International Society for Research on Solitude (ISRS), a scholarly organisation that promotes high quality research into all aspects of ‘aloneness’, to encourage emerging researchers to undertake such research, to disseminate the results of such research, and to influence professional and practice settings of relevance to the various aspects of aloneness research. The Society disseminates the results of such research, such as through seminars, contacts, and exchange between members, and through publications.

 

Homepage: http://isrs.usz.edu.pl/about-us/

 
Posted: 2021-10-12
 
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Vol 1, No 2 (2022)

Table of Contents

Articles

(1) Ranran Liu (Western Sydney University, Australia)
(2) Nadia Di Martino (University of Newcastle, Australia)
10.31763/jsse.v1i2.19 Views of Abstract: 107 | PDF: 23
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(1) Andrei D Kоrol (Belarusian State University, Belarus)
10.31763/jsse.v1i2.11 Views of Abstract: 73 | PDF: 13
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(1) Mana Takahashi (Kanda University of International Studies, Faculty of Global Liberal Arts, Japan)
10.31763/jsse.v1i2.13 Views of Abstract: 80 | PDF: 26
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(1) Marisa Musaio (Catholic University of Sacred Heart of Milan, Italy)
10.31763/jsse.v1i2.18 Views of Abstract: 79 | PDF: 18
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(1) Suvarna Lakshmi (The English and Foreign Languages University, Tarnaka, India, India)
(2) Udaya Mutyala (The English and Foreign Languages University, Tarnaka, India, India)
(3) Ramamuni Reddy (The English and Foreign Languages University, Tarnaka, India, India)
10.31763/jsse.v1i2.24 Views of Abstract: 86 | PDF: 16
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(1) Hoang Huy Huynh (Monash University, Australia)
(2) Megan Adams (Monash University, Australia)
10.31763/jsse.v1i2.10 Views of Abstract: 447 | PDF: 141
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(1) Jonathan shachter (Kyushu Sangyo University, Japan)
10.31763/jsse.v1i2.12 Views of Abstract: 74 | PDF: 19
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Book Review

(1) Dat Bao (Monash University, Australia)
10.31763/jsse.v1i2.22 Views of Abstract: 132 | PDF: 48
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