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IARTEM e-journal vol 12 n° 1

Issue 12-1 of IARTEM e-journal features an editorial and 3 papers

Issue 11-2 of the IARTEM e-journal features an editorial and the following articles:

Aleksandra Ilic Rajkovic, Mirjana Senic Ruzic, & Bojan Ljujic: Board Games as Educational Media Creating and Playing Board Games for Acquiring Knowledge of History

Petr Trahorsch & Jan D. Bláha: Visual Representation of the Curriculum in Geography Textbooks the structure of visuals in educational medium analysis

Zuzana Sikorova, Iva Cervenkova, Marek Vaclavic, & Tomas Barot: University students’ study habits related to the use of study resources


Issue 11-1 of the IARTEM e-journal features an editorial (“A new platform for the IARTEM e-journal”) and the following articles:

Maria Rita Otero & Viviana Carolina Llanos: Los libros escolares de matemática y física en Argentina entre 1961 y 2009 el papel de las imágenes

Andy Smart: Refining primary textbooks for behaviour change in Bangladesh

Tiphaine Carton: A Case Study of Cooperation between Teachers and EdTech Companies: Le WebPédagogique – a community of teachers?

Mehdi Khaneboubi & Camille Roux-Goupile: Educational photocopying in French secondary schools How does a technology adjust the content being taught to students’ reading and writing skills?

Here you can download the four keynote presentations of the 15th International IARTEM Conference held in Odense on 11-13 September.

Throughout the conference at Odense, you will be able to find the program and overview of parallel sessions in an app. The app furthermore lets you know the name of a specific presentation and the name(s) of the presenter(s), just as it shows the time and location of the presentation.

The app is called “EventsXD”, and can be downloaded for free for both iOS, Andorid and windows. Continue Reading »

The last issue of IARTEM e-Journal features the following articles:

Christoffer Dahl: Voices of male and female authorship – legitimations and discourses in literature textbooks.

Graciela M. Carbone: Datos para una historia compleja: normas curriculares y producciones editoriales. El caso argentino (1960-2014).

Vivian Batista da Silva & Keila da Silva Vieira: “Por aplicações concretas e imediatas na sala de aula”: um estudo sobre livros que ensinam a ensinar (L. Mattos, RJ, anos 1960).

Ján Gunčaga & Matthias Brandl: Some methods of problem solving in historical mathematical textbooks.

Ana Julia Pedreira & Maria Helena da Silva Carneiro: How the textbook is inserted in the pedagogical practice of Biology high school teachers in Sobradinho, Distrito Federal, Brazil.


Santiago de Compostela 24–25 January 2019

IARTEM and Stellae Research Group at the University of Santiago de Compostela will host an international symposium on Music Education and Didactic Materials.

The ME&DM International Symposium aims to become a framework for educational transfer to promote knowledge and to allow new collaboration between groups and/or people from different educational levels and music socio-cultural contexts seeking to establish synergies and to contribute to enrich the work undertaken by different studies and experiences in the teaching and learning of music education in different contexts of education.

Read more: Symposium website

The last issue of IARTEM e-Journal features the following articles:

  • Susan Richardson: Homework-based learning resources: two distinct approaches to design and development
  • Alysson Ramos Artuso: Brazilian high school Physics textbooks: Students’ opinions on features, themes and focus
  • Nahúm Misael Tórrez: English Language Teaching Textbooks from Nicaragua and Norway: A Comparative Analysis of the Topics presented in Secondary English Book – 8th Grade and Enter 8
  • Graciela María Carbone: La Enciclopedia: un género textual perenne en hábitats cambiantes.

Good news from the organising committee in Argentina: There will be a simultaneous English/Spanish translation service at the regional IARTEM conference in Buenos Aires in September.

The main conference languages will be Spanish and Portuguese but if you do not speak those languages, you still can present your paper in English and follow part of the sessions with translation. Please contact the organisers for details. Continue Reading »