Aims And Scope

Aims of the Journal

  • Providing a forum for presentation, debate and discussion of ideas, concepts, techniques and approaches in the science of Early Childhood Development.
  • To facilitate the dissemination of ideas and research work in the field of Early Childhood Development.

Scope of the Journal

  • This journal is dedicated to serious and scientific writings in the broad field of Early Childhood Development.
  • This journal is a forum for empirical and conceptual work in this field.

Primary Areas of Interest

This journal is dedicated to serious and scientific writings in the broad field of Early Childhood Development Science. We also accept articles related to the Scope of Early Childhood Development:

religious and moral values
physique
cognitive
Language,
social emotional

Peer Rivew Policy

Edu Happiness: Journal of Early Childhood Development Science follows established policies, namely a blind review process consisting of two peer reviewers per submission. The purpose of peer review is to assess the quality of articles submitted for publication in scientific journals by experts in a particular research field. Before an article is considered suitable for publication in a peer-reviewed journal, it must go through an evaluation process.

Article authors must submit it to Edu Happiness: Journal of Early Childhood Development and must use the Edu Happiness: Journal of Early Childhood Development template and follow the journal format. The journal editor forwards the article to experts in their field (editorial board) who are experts in their field and takes 4-5 weeks.
These impartial reviewers are tasked with carefully evaluating the quality of submitted manuscripts, often using their own evaluation criteria to aid the review process.
The peer reviewers examined a number of issues in the manuscript including assessing the validity of the research methodology and procedures. They will also be on the lookout for unethical practices in research or plagiarism.
If necessary, they can recommend revisions and resubmission of an article. In other cases, they may recommend rejection for various reasons. Journal editors rely on their reviewers to provide guidance on whether to accept or reject an article.