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Latin American Journal of Astronomy Education (RELEA)

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RELEA is a periodical published in electronic format and freely accessible. He publishes unpublished articles of empirical research, theoretical essays and reviews of interest in the field of Astronomy Education in Portuguese, Spanish and English. It serves a public of researchers and postgraduate students in the areas of Science Education, Nature Science Teaching, Pedagogy students and Undergraduate students in the field of Natural Sciences or Geography, in-service teachers and other professionals in Basic Education and Media involved with science education

Full Title

Latin American Journal of Astronomy Education (RELEA)

Short Title

RELEA

Direct Link

http://www.relea.ufscar.br

Journal Metadata

ISSN printed version

1806-7573

ISSN online version

 

Periodicity

Semester

Start Year

2004

Area Humanities and Social Sciences
Standard for Publication ABNT
Publishing Language Portuguese, English and Spanish
Publishing

Publishers
Jorge Horvath, IAG-USP
Luiz Carlos Jafelice, DF-UFRN
Paulo Sergio Bretones, DME-UFSCar

Editorial Committee
Cristina Leite, USP
Néstor Camino, UNPSJB-Argentina
Sergio M. Bisch, UFES

Associate Editors
Marcos D. Longhini, UFU
Paulo H. A. Sobreira, UFG

Submission System

 Open Journal Systems (OJS)

Peer Review?

Yes

Type of Access

Free Access

Qualis Rating

According to the Sucupira platform
  • Teaching B2
  • Geography (B2)
  • Education (B3)
  • Astronomy / Physics (C)
Indexing Sources
  • Academic Google
  • ADS / NASA
Other Informations The objective of the journal is to provide methodological subsidies and foster the development of research in Latin American countries; to supplement the absence of specific publication in the area of ​​research in Education in Astronomy; be a space for disseminating the production of Latin American countries in this area; attend educators, researchers and students of Astronomy, of the various levels of education, providing them with methodological and content subsidies; and foster the development of research in the area of ​​Astronomy Education in Latin American countries

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