• International Interventions in Education, Psychology and Social Studies
    Vol 3 No 7 (2023)

    International Interventions in Education, Psychology and Social Studies

    This issue represents the studies on education and psychology including research interventions in social studies and online language training.

    The studies discuss current trends in methodology of education, new approaches to educational frameworks and learning, urgent issues in psychology of social and personal relations, their influence on wider communities and professional outcomes.

    The studies include technological sides of the research problems embracing technologies of online learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI).

    The authors of the papers come from India, Mexico, Kazakhstan and Turkey and work in the fields of Education, Educational Psychology, ICT in Education, Education Management, Language Education and other related areas.

    The issue contributes to the development of the educational methodology and technology concerning specifics of the national education systems, social development  as well as global processes in education, psychology and social relations.

  • Psychological Studies of India
    Vol 3 No 6 (2023)

    Psychological Studies of India

    This issue embraces psychological studies highlighted as crucial in terms of current social and economical development of India.

    The papers which entered the issue discuss the phenomenon of begging, psychoanalytic psychology from the point of view of the literature analysis, psychology of work and performance through the lenses of the Indian philosophy and religion. 

    The papers were selected from those which were presented and discussed at APBM 2022, III International Conference on Applied Psychology and Business Management held in Antalya (Turkey).

    The studies published were conducted by young researchers from India who are at the initial stage of their research and academic careers supported by the experienced academicians and scholars from India and Turkey.

    The issue can be of interest for those who would like to learn more about psychological perspectives conditioned by Indian philosophy and religion considering cultural and economic development of the country.

  • IJPATME, Vol.2, No.5, 2022 Business Management, Education and Society from International Perspectives
    Vol 2 No 5 (2022)

    Papers Accepted for Publishing in Vol.2, No.5, 2022 "Business Management, Education and Society from International Perspectives"

    "Business Management, Education and Society from International Perspectives" is Vol.2, No.5 of IJPATME which is devoted to the discussion of the current issues in business, education and society in a view of the global economical and political processes.

    The issue comprises selected full papers presented and discussed at APBM 2022, III International Conference on Applied Psychology and Business Management which took place in Antalya (Turkey), on 27-30 of October, 2023.

    The papers target the crucial problems of the economical development in different countries, their influence on the society and its welbeing.

    The studies also represent current practices and case studies which evolved in response to the challenges of the modern world and globalisation.

    The papers of this issue appear in a sequnce of their submission, reviewing and acceptance for the publication.



  • Transformations of Online Education in the Post-Pandemic Era
    Vol 2 No 4 (2022)

    The issue "Transformations of Online Education in the Post-Pandemic Era" contains case studies which concern the experiences and practices of distance education and online learning in different countries in the end of COVID-19 pandemic and after it.

    The studies discuss methodologies, best practices and solutions which were found by the educators in different countries to cope with the challenges of the global lockdown and transferring education to the online environment.

    The authors from Ukraine, Philippines, India, Nigeria and Turkey present the results of their studies, namely:




    "ASSESSING THE LISTENING SKILL OF ENGLISH-IMMERSION STUDENTS " by Ajala, Olajumoke Elizabeth Fakuade & Abel Gbenga (Turkey & Nigeria)

    The papers clearly reveal that the implementation of online learning and different forms of distance education are conditioned by the national policies, social and economic factors as well as the cultures of the communities adopting different forms of online learning.

  • Reimagining International Community for Post-Pandemic Times
    Vol 2 No 3 (2022)

    COVID-19 crisis affected all spheres of human's life all over the world. Adjusting to new circumstances, caused by numerous limitations and restrictions, intrenational community has been looking for the ways to keep on with the personal lives, relations, work, businesses and communication.

    This issue includes selected papers which were presented at APBM 2021, II International Conference on Applied Psychology and Business Management which was held in Istanbul / Assos (Turkey), on 29-30 of October, 2021.

    The papers selected for this issue reflect on problems of social and personal relations, education and societal issues, online tools as a way to create appropriate online learning environments for people with different learning needs .  

    The papers are presented by the authors from UK, India, Mexico and Indonesia, representing a multicultural dimention of the research in the field of the social studies.

    Family Relationships and The New Normal (Anuradha Parasar, Prof. Dr., Abhijeet Chore, Madhura Londhe, Anjali Anjali Majumdar, India), pp. 3-10

    Violence: The Experience of Youth from Fresnillo, Mexico (Javier Zavala Rayas, Georgina Lozano Razo, Mexico), pp. 11-25

    Bridging the Communication Gap: An Analytical Study of the Selected Themes of The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga (Preeti Joshi, Chaitanya Gite, India), pp. 26 - 32

    Strength of Mind: An Analysis of the Selected Decisions of the Protagonist of Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë (Chaitanya Gite, Geetanjali Vetal, Khushi Srivastava, India), pp. 33 - 38

    Creating a Living Electronic Archive With and About People With Learning Disabilities: Methodological Considerations (Peter Williams, UK), pp. 39 - 48

    Wishlisting Habits, Indecisiveness and Future Planning Among Online Shoppers (Ishita Mazumdar, India), pp. 49 - 55

    Aspects of Disaster Risk Reduction in Disaster-Resilient Village (DRV) (Andi Pujirana, Musdalifa Hanis, Indonesia), pp. 56 - 63

    Perceived Academic Quality, Grit, Self-Efficacy and Academic Performance Among Young Adults Engaged in Online Education (Anuradha Parasar, Abhijeet Chore, Madhura Dilip Londhe, India), pp. 64 - 70


  • Pedagogical Advances in Technology-Mediated Education
    Vol 2 No 2 (2021)

    Dear Colleagues,

    To your attention is Vol.2, No.2, issued in May 2021. This volume includes six papers from various areas of modern education, enhanced by technologies.

    The first paper in the issue is the research “The Asian Student Exchange Program (ASEP) in Taiwan: Observations and Prospects for Further Multinational Collaborations” by Joseph Anthony Narciso Z. Tiangco and Yu-Chiang Wang (Taiwan ) discussing a particular area that is Taiwan's Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) infrastructure and services. Together with that the paper sheds the light on the characteristics and successful practices related to an educational initiative called the Asian Student Exchange Program (ASEP), which arguably adheres to the principles and philosophy of project-based learning.

    The next paper presents the study by Peter Williams (UK) on Ethical considerations and dilemmas when undertaking ‘inclusive’ research with vulnerable people. This paper explores the issues inherent in undertaking ‘inclusive’ practice with adults with learning disabilities. It discusses the need for effective information and how this may be mediated via accessible language, the involvement of intermediaries and spoken explanations.

    The third paper of the issue is the study by Iryna Sekret (Turkey) “Students’ Evaluation of Teaching: International Practices from the Students’ Perspectives”. The paper reflects a pilot study on the issues of students’ evaluation of teaching (SET) and how it is viewed and conducted in different countries. The study is believed to add to the development of the general paradigm of SET and provide some practical guidelines for the university teachers and administrations about improving the quality of teaching and communication with the students as important stakeholders of higher education. It highlights the importance of implementing specially designed technological tools as means for a better transparency and consistency of SET.

    The next paper is the research conducted by Ghader Razmjou (Iran) and it concerns “The effectiveness of online language learning during the Pandemic from the perspective of some Iranian EFL learners”. The study examines the effectiveness of online–English language learning among the Iranian students (Azarbayjan Shahid Madani University in Iran) from a learners' perspective compared with the face-to-face learning environment. The findings of the study represent important observations and data to consider for managing online learning and increasing the students’ satisfaction.

    The fifth paper of this issues is the study “Smart Software Technologies and Their Role in Teaching and Learning”  by  Ghenaiet Abir (Algeria).  The study explores research in the field of building intelligent learning systems. It analyses the field studies supporting smart learning systems as highly effective tools for pedagogical development.

    The paper finalising the issue is the research conducted by the academic team from Kazakhstan Rinat Zhanbayev, Saule Sagintayeva and Abildina Ainur “Efficiency of Information Technologies in Education and Science Based on Foresight Technologies”. The study discusses opportunities for introducing new approaches based on the foresight technologies as a way support entrepreneurs and production, especially in the initial stages of the project development. It also discusses opportunities for the commercialisation of the research results, enhancing the practicability and applicability of the scientific research.

    All papers represent original studies conducted by the authors and are believed to be a good contribution to the development of the correspondent theories and practices at the level of the international academic communication.

    The papers are accompanied with the authors’s short bios and contacts, therefore in a case of questions or reflections on the studies represented in the papers the readers can contact the authors directly.

    The authors of the papers take full responsibility for the accuracy of the data and statements laid out in the papers.

    The total volume of the issue is 68 pages.

    To contact the editorial team of IJPATME for publishing papers and collaboration please feel free to contact us at patme.iatels@gmail.com

    IJPATME Editorial Board

  • Methodology and Practices of E-Learning
    Vol 1 No 1 (2018)

    Dear Colleagues,

    To your attention is the 1st issue of IJPATME, an international peer-reviewed journal which is going to be a platform for the international academic discourse in the areas of education, technology, sicences and humanities.

    This issue includes the papers concerning E-Learning, its methodology and best practices of teaching and learning in onlone environment.

    The issue includes the studies, conducted in UK. Czech Republic, Algeria, Austria, Ukraine and Turkey.

    The international perspecives on e-learning allow to receive an extended view on the theoretical background of e-learning, and implementation of the theories into practices of the educational establishments of different levels in different countries.