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Vol. 9 No. 2 (2022)
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Dear Instructors/Researchers,

As is known, the International Journal of Assessment Tools in Education (IJATE) publishes original and intriguing articles that establish the vision of educational policies, inform pedagogical practices, and steer national and international debates on education.

IJATE appears with a momentous special issue, which is of particular interest in classroom instructional practices and the resulting "student achievement." In this context, the overarching title of the special issue has been opted as "Classroom Assessment." Scholars are welcome to submit their manuscripts until 30 April 2022. The special issue is planned to release by September 2022. The special issue comprises the following topics under this main title.

The special issue aims to bring together original studies that will contribute to classroom instructional practices and the development of student achievement. The authors of this special issue are expected to go beyond mere data analysis procedures and develop innovative classroom applications. More specifically, we expect the authors to share their studies that offer novel insight into classroom practices, guide innovative educational practices, propose innovative assessment tools and evaluation approaches, and find solutions to pedagogical problems that arise in class. Thus, thanks to this special issue, the classroom assessment and evaluation practices will be discussed from a novel perspective.

The publication language of the special issue is English. It is important to note that the articles to be published in this issue are also read by Turkish teachers and experts. For this reason, If the authors prefers, they would send their article both English and Turkish versions

We invite you to contribute to this issue with your original and innovative works. For further information on this special issue or your questions, please feel free to contact Dr. Ömer Kutlu (Editor of the Special Issue) at

Subject Areas of the Special Issue
-Test development and application in determining student success
-Measurement and assessment of higher-order thinking skills
-Scoring and grading in monitoring student progress
-Non-test techniques in classroom assessment
-Feedback based on monitoring progress in student achievement
-Reliability and validity problems of in-class test scores
-Ethical issues in classroom assessment
-Online applications to determine learning outcomes
-The future of classroom assessment applications
-Large scale testing and its impacts on classroom assessment
-High stake testing and its impacts classroom assessment

Deadline for Manuscript Submission: 30 April 2022

Please note to the editor that you have submitted the manuscript for the special issue.

Dr. Ömer Kutlu (Editor of the Special Issue)


In recent years, there have been many significant developments in the field of education and scientific evaluation. We will begin to see the effects of today's Covid-19 pandemic on education in the coming years. In particular, we will witness the change of assessing quality and standards as well as the evaluation and assessment modes currently used in education. We foresee that these changes will have profound effects on students, institutions, academics, and the education system as a whole.

IJATE, as an important venue for scientific studies in education, is committed to ensuring novel ideas and studies that meet the general criteria of significance and scientific excellence in both practice and theory are presented and disseminated. The journal will continue to publish such significant studies for the good of the academic community and those interested in the related fields of education.

Note: International Journal of Assessment Tools in Education (IJATE) has two submission system and both of them are valid. You can submit your manuscript through Dergipark Journal System.

As of 2021 (Vol 8. No.1), IJATE has started to use the new template, which requires the authors to prepare their manuscripts in line with the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (7th ed.). We would like to remind you to use the new template, which you can download from this link: Template



ISSN: 2148-7456