Pedagogy (Pedagogika-Pedagogy) is a scientific theoretical and methodological journal. It combines respective areas of knowledge in a wider range of information, such as Preschool Education, Primary Education, Education for Adults, Comparative Education, Special Education, History of Pedagogy, Social Pedagogy. Focus of the journal are all educational levels - from pre-school, primary, secondary and higher education to lifelong learning. The journal reflects the innovative ideas, experimental results, modern trends and prospects for development of teaching science and enrichment of actual teaching practice. The research content targets rich thematic diversity and highlights discussions topics as well as penetration into the territory of the frontiers of science. In order to give representative research integrity and meaningfulness of the studied phenomena, the journal offers broad opportunities to share insights and research achievements and good teaching practices.
Main topics of the journal are: History of Education and Pedagogy Sciences, Philosophy of Education, Theory and Experience, Research, Foreign Educational Tradition and Contemporary Experience, Good Educational Practices; Opinions and Positions, Personalities in Science, Literature, Book review.
Frequency: 9 issues per year.
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The journal is successor of:
"Narodna prosveta" journal (1928)
"Preduchilistno vazpitanie" journal (1953)
"Nachalno obrazovanie" journal (1961)
ISSN 1314–8540 (Online)
ISSN 0861–3982 (Print)
The articles from Pedagogy (Pedagogika-Pedagogy) are referred, listed and abstracted in:
– Web of Science
– European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS)
– Central and Eastern European Online Library (CEEOL)
– EBSCOhost Research Databases
– Google Scholar, Primo (Ex Libris), Summon (ProQuest)