Editor in Chief

Kamil ÖZERKUniversity of Oslo, Norway

Professor of Education at the University of Oslo, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Oslo, Norway. His researches focus on school based learning, bilingualism, language revitalization, language policy in education, diversity, curriculum studies, classroom research, reading and autism.

e-mail: kamil.ozerk@iped.uio.no

phone: +47-22855347


Gökhan ÖZSOY, University of Ordu, Turkey

Gokhan Ozsoy, Ph.D. is an associate professor in the Department of Elementary Education at University of Ordu. Dr. Ozsoy specializes in primary teacher education, metacognition, mathematical problem solving and elementary mathematics education.

e-mail: gozsoy@gmail.com

phone: +90 452 2265200 / 5565

Karen M. ZABRUCKY, Georgia State University, United States

Karen M. Zabrucky is a Professor of Educational Psychology at Georgia State University. Her academic background includes a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Sociology, a Master's degree and Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology, and a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Applied Cognitive Psychology. Her research interests include text comprehension and memory, meta comprehension, and memory in the real world.

e-mail: zabrucky@gsu.edu

phone: 404-413-8040

Kathy HALL, University College Cork, Ireland 

Kathy Hall is Professor of Education and Head of School. Previous appointments include Professor of Education at The Open University, Professor of Childhood Education at Leeds Metropolitan University, and Senior Lecturer in Education at Christ Church, Canterbury. Prior to her work in higher education, she had the roles of class teacher, deputy principal, principal. Her research seeks to develop sociocultural understanding of learning and pedagogy and she has published widely in these areas

e-mail: k.hall@ucc.ie

phone: +353-21-490-2798

Annemie DESOETE, Ghent University, Arteveldehogeschool, Sig, Belgium

Dr. Annemie Desoete is a senior researcher at Ghent University and at University College Arteveldehogeschool. Her interests include the study of learning disabilities, metacognition, executive functions, and comorbidity.


phone: 32 (0)9 264 86 26

Hayriye Gül Kuruyer, University of Ordu, Turkey

Hayriye Gül Kuruyer, Ph.D. is an assistant professor in the Department of Elementary Education at University of Ordu. Her research interests include reading, reading disabilities, neuroimaging. 

e-mail: kuruyergul@gmail.com

phone: +90 452 2265200


Advisory Board 

Bracha KRAMARSKI, Bar Ilan University, Israel

Christian Watkin BECK, University of Oslo, Norway

Collin Robert BOYLAN, Charles Sturt University, Australia

David Warwick WHITEHEAD, The University of Waikato, New Zealand 

Hayati AKYOL, Gazi University, Turkey 

Isabel KILLORAN, York University, Canada 

Janelle Patricia YOUNG, Australian Catholic University, Australia

Jeanne Rolin-Ianziti, The University of Queensland, Australia

Janet ALLEN, United States 

Kouider MOKHTARI, Iowa State University, United States

Lloyd H. BARROW, University of Missouri, United States 

Lori G. WILFONG, Kent State University, United States 

Maria Lourdes DIONISIO, University of Minho, Portugal 

Maribel GARATE, Gallaudet University, United States 

Naciye AKSOY, Gazi University, Turkey 

Peter JOONG, Nipissing University, Canada

Ruth REYNOLDS, University of Newcastle, Australia

Therese Marie CUMMING, University of New South Wales, Australia 

Ziya SELCUK, TED University, Turkey