The International Journal of Technology, Innovation, and Education (TIE) publishes a wide range of articles related to technology, innovation, and education. The articles are meant to share knowledge and expertise on the use of technology to enhance teaching and learning, with a focus on promoting the integration of technology in education, exploring the impact of technology on the teaching profession, and supporting the use of technology to improve educational outcomes.
Here are some examples of the types of articles that might be published in TIE:
- Research papers: These articles present original research on a specific topic related to technology, innovation, and education. For example, a research paper might explore the effectiveness of a new technology-based teaching method in a specific subject area.
- Literature reviews: These articles provide an overview of the current research on a specific topic. For example, a literature review might examine the current state of research on the use of technology in the classroom.
- Case studies: These articles provide detailed accounts of the implementation of technology in an educational setting. For example, a case study might describe the implementation of a new technology-based curriculum in a specific school.
- Thought pieces: These articles provide an overview of a specific topic from the perspective of a particular individual or group. For example, a thought piece might provide an educator’s perspective on the challenges and opportunities of integrating technology in the classroom.
The articles published in TIE are written by experts in the field and are peer-reviewed to ensure the quality and relevance of the content. They are accessible via the journal’s website or through a subscription to the journal.