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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a Times New Roman 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

Publication ethics and publication malpractice statement

The IJE Teacher has the sole purpose of deepening and advancing knowledge. All participants in the process of editing and publishing (authors, reviewers, editors and members of the editorial board) should adhere to the ethical standards that are the basis of the practice and recommendations of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

Responsibility of author/s

‒ Report standards
The author/s ought to accurately present their research and strive for an objective discussion on its significance. The collected data should also be accurately presented. Knowingly giving false statements constitute unethical behavior and are unacceptable. Personal attacks, disparaging remarks, defamation or accusations of other scientists are not allowed in the IJE "Teacher".

‒ Multiple or simultaneous publications
Papers which describe the same research should not be submitted by author/s to more than one journal or publication. Parallel submission of the same paper to more than one journal is unacceptable. Submitted papers must not have been previously published, accepted for publication, or reviewed for another journal or publication.

‒ Authorship of the paper
Authorship should encompass only those who have most significantly contributed to the concept of the paper, to the research, to the published analysis, or to the interpretation of the results. All those who have made substantial contributions should be listed as co-authors. The names of the other persons who have participated in certain essential aspects of the research project should be listed in the section Acknowledgments.

‒ Fundamental errors in published papers
Should the author/s detect publishing errors in their paper that has already been published, they are bound to immediately notify the editor or the publisher of the journal in order to have their either paper retracted or updated with corrigendum/erratum.

Responsibility of the editors
The editors of this journal are liable for deciding on the publication of submitted papers, as well as for everything published in the journal. In making these decisions, editors are guided by the policies of the journal's editorial board and by the legal requirements regarding defamation, copyright infringement, or plagiarism. The editors of IJE Teacher consult one another when making decisions about papers to be published. They strive to maintain the academic integrity, prevent the compromise of the intellectual and ethical standards, and be always ready to clarify, correct, and apologize if necessary. The evaluation of the submissions should be fair and solely referring to the intellectual content, with no regard to the race, gender, sexual orientation, religious belief, ethnic origin, citizenship, or political philosophy of the author/s. The editor-in-chief and members of the editorial board may not disclose any information about the submitted paper to anyone but the corresponding author, peer-reviewers, and the publisher. The editor must ensure that the paper is anonymized when sending it to the reviewers. Editorial board members may not disclose the names of authors to reviewers before the submitted paper is published. The name of the reviewer may be disclosed to the author by the editorial board only at the request of the reviewer and only after the final decision regarding the publication of the submitted materials. The editor should endeavor to ensure a fair and appropriate review process. Editors should recuse themselves from deciding on the acceptance of articles in which there is a conflict of interest arising from competitive, collaborative, or other relationships and affiliations with any of the authors or institutions associated with the papers. Papers written by members of the editorial board submitted for publication in IJE Teacher are reviewed for their academic quality, without regard to their position on the board.

Publisher's Liability
The publisher of IJE Teacher aims to monitor and promote the sustainability of the journal, and – in cooperation with the editorial board, to create relevant policies and guidelines for the journal also. The responsibility refers to promoting a better system of scholarly communication and management of the journal, regularly reviewing the rules and updating the policies when necessary.
The publisher of IJE Teacher participates in dealing with any potential cases of infringement of intellectual property, laws and related issues. The publisher ensures that the journal's editors, authors, reviewers and other interested parties adopt the best publishing policies and practice.

Plagiarism Policy
Plagiarism in all its forms constitutes unethical publishing behavior and is unacceptable in our journal. Author(s) should submit original works and if they have used works and/or words of other authors, they should ensure that this is properly cited. Self-plagiarism, that is, the attempt to republish one's own, previously published, work without significant changes in it, is also unacceptable. Republishing the same data as "new" data creates repetition in the academic literature and can skew meta-analyses. Authors who submit papers to our journal are required to sign a Declaration to confirm the originality and authenticity of the paper. The editors of IJE “Teacher” reserve the right to vet and check all submitted papers through appropriate plagiarism checking tools. The integrity of the publication is of paramount significance, so any suspected plagiarism or self-plagiarism will be treated with the utmost seriousness in accordance with COPE guidelines. Papers containing suspected plagiarism, in whole or in part, will be rejected by the editors during the initial review of the paper.

Peer review process
Papers submitted to the Journal for publication are subject to a double review process (minimum of two expert reviewers in the field). Peer review lasts a minimum of two months. Each reviewer evaluates the paper, based on clearly defined criteria.  TEMPLATE PAPER Download.

The process of review of papers includes the following stages:
A) When a paper is submitted for publication, the editor-in-chief sends the author a confirmation that the paper has been received.
B) The editorial team and the editor-in-chief assess whether the submitted paper meets the criteria stated in the section Guidelines for Authors. If the paper does not comply with the criteria, they return the paper to the author with an explanation. If the paper meets these criteria, they appoint two reviewers who are experts in the corresponding field. If a reviewer refuses to evaluate the paper, another reviewer who is also an expert in the given field or discipline is assigned. In case the reviews of the two reviewers differ significantly, the editorial team determines a third reviewer.
C) Reviewers send the reviewed paper back to the editor who has sent it. From the results in the peer review, it follows whether: a) the work is accepted without changes; b) the paper is accepted with minor changes suggested by the reviewers; c) the paper is accepted with major changes suggested by the reviewers; d) the paper is rejected, but the author can resubmit it taking into account the reviewers' comments; and e) the paper is rejected. The author is obliged to respect the comments of the reviewers. If the paper is accepted without changes, the editor does no longer send the paper to the reviewer. If the paper is accepted with minor changes and if the paper is accepted with significant changes, after the corrections, the editor sends the paper to the reviewer who has to confirm that the revised version is approved (the reviewer is given a one-month deadline). If the paper is rejected, but the author resubmits a revised version, this version can be submitted for a review to the same reviewer, but, in certain cases, the editorial team can appoint a new reviewer. If the paper is rejected, comments and suggestions from the reviewers are sent to the author.
D) The accepted paper may not be posted in repositories or on any other sites until ithas been published on the Journal's website.

Open access policy
IJET is an open access journal available without charge. The users may use its content with an acknowledgment of its initial publication in this journal.

Guidelines for Authors

General guidelines

The text should be submitted in English and be up to 10 pages long including the abstract, references, illustrations, figures, tables and graphs. Each new paragraph of text should be indented 0.5 cm to the right. In the text, footnotes should not be used. To write the text, the Paper Writing Template/Writing Form should be used. ЛИНК до Образецот.


The text should be prepared in Microsoft Word, on a standard A4 page, with Times New Roman font and single spacing. In the abstract and references, font size 10 is used, and in the main text, font size 11. Illustrations, figures, tables and graphs should be placed within the text at the appropriate places, not at the end of the text.

If quotations shorter than 60 words are used, they are placed directly in the text. If the quotations have more than 60 words, they should, without the use of quotation marks, be presented in the form of a paragraph and separated from the main text (the text of the quotation should be indented on both sides by 0.5 cm, using a font 10. Before and after quotations, one blank line should be left. See example below:





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If examples are used, they should also be separated from the main text in the way given in the example below. The number indicating the example is placed in parentheses, and then the example is stated (the text of the example and the number indicating it should be indented on both sides by 0.5 cm). See example:


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In the References, only the authors cited in the paper should be listed. When writing the References, the American Psychological Association APA style is to be used.


The text should be uploaded online on the website (Register or Login) and additionally sent to the electronic mail (e-mail) address In order to submit the text, the author should firstly register with the Journal's website, create a user account and upload the text.


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