Journal of Science Learning

Journal of Science Learning, abbreviated as JSL or J. Sci. Learn. (e-ISSN 2614-6568), is an open access and double-blind peer-reviewed journal published by Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia. JSL collaborates with the Indonesian Society for Science EducatorsThe journal aims to serve original articles on the latest issues and trends in high-quality research focused on technology-integrated science learning. The technology integration includes science learning, science learning media, science learning curriculum, science learning in everyday life, science teacher development, and science learning assessment. JSL is a triannual journal issued in March, July, and November.

Publishing Model
Open Access Journal
Journal of Science Learning articles are published open access under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License

Article-Processing Charges (APC)
To publish open access in Journal of Science Learning, authors are not required to pay an article-processing charge. Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia covers APC for every article published.
Publication Frequency
Three times a year (March, July, November)



Manuscript: ERIC Metadata Indexing

JSL has already been indexed in ERIC. The Indexing needs 8-10 weeks to index our content before the metadata appears in ERIC automatically. 

Posted: 2022-02-27

Statistics: Statistics


JSL Submission Statistics 2021

  • 32 days Submission to first decision
  • 101 days Submission to Acceptance
ERIC Metrics Report (
  • 5172 article downloads in 2020
  • 5640  article downloads in 2021

Our popularity is increasing over the time

  • 6.524 Visitors (2020)
  • 11.355 Visitors (2021)
  • Indonesia
  • Turkey
  • Philippines
  • Malaysia
  • Thailand
  • Antartica
  • Brunei
  • Taiwan
  • Australia
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Republic of Korea

Source: of science learning

Posted: 2022-02-28

Statistics: Citation update on July 2022


JSL are strongly committed to improving the paper quality published in JSL. The year-by-year citation improvements are reflecting our commitment to being a reputed international journal.

Posted: 2022-02-28

Manuscript: Accepted Manuscripts


JSL accepted manuscript is the manuscript of an article that has been accepted for publication and which typically includes author-incorporated changes suggested during submission, peer review, and editor-author communications. They do not include other publisher value-added contributions such as copy-editing, formatting, technical enhancements and (if relevant) pagination.

 The JSL accepted manuscripts that will be published in Volume 5, Issue 3, November 2022.

  • Online Flipped Classroom: Developing Postgraduate Science Education Students’ Critical Thinking Skills
  • Wahono Widodo
  • The Effect of Engineering Design-based STEM Activities on the Refugee Students’ Sense of School Belonging
  • Zehra Çakır, Sema Altun Yalçın, Şeyma Güvenç Günsel
  • Augmented Reality and Animation  Supported-STEM Activities in Grades K-12: Water Treatment
  • Necla Dönmez-Usta, Neslihan Ültay
  • The Development Of Foodivity Interactive As An Interactive Multimedia To Improve Students’ Understanding On Food Nutrition Topic
  • Sulistinayah Suwaka Putri, Ari Widodo, Yaya Wihardi
  • Investigating the Challenges Facing the Teaching and Learning of Science and Technology in Selected Schools in the Ashanti Region of Ghana
  • Assem Humphrey-Darkeh, Kofi Owusu-Sekyere, Samuel Agyei Mensah
  • Difficulties Encountered by a Dyslexic Secondary School Student in Learning Science and Suggestions for Solutions
  • Hamiye Tiril, Seda Okumuş
  • Acquiring Scientific Process and Innovative Thinking Skills for Secondary School Sixth Grade Students through Digital Activities: An Action Research
  • Emine Akkaş Baysal, Ali Osman Yörük, İjlal Ocak
  • The Investigation of the Research on Out-of-School Learning Activities in Turkey: A Systematic Review
  • Mustafa Metin, Emir Oker, Aslı Saylan Kirmizigül
  • The Effects of STEAM-Based Activities Gifted Students’ STEAM Attitudes, Cooperative Working Skills and Career Choices
  • Özge Ceylan Konkuş, Ünsal Umdu Topsakal
Posted: 2022-02-28

Manuscript: Most-Cited Articles

Enhancing Students' Creativity through STEM Project-Based Learning
S Hanif, AFC Wijaya, N Winarno
R Linda, H Herdini, TP Putra
R Apriyani, TR Ramalis, IR Suwarma
Posted: 2021-02-01
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Vol 5, No 3 (2022): Journal of Science Learning

Table of Contents

Technology-integrated Science Learning

Raşit Zengin, Tuğçe Kavak, Gonca Keçeci, Fikriye Kırbağ Zengin
Özge Ceylan Konkuş, Ünsal Umdu Topsakal
Emine Akkaş Baysal, Ali Osman Yörük, İjlal Ocak
Assem Humphrey-Darkeh, Kofi Owusu-Sekyere, Samuel Agyei Mensah
Necla Dönmez Usta, Neslihan Ültay
Hasan Bakirci, Merve Gül Kirici, Yilmaz Kara
Wahono Widodo
Zehra Çakır, Sema Altun Yalçın, Şeyma Güvenç Günsel

Technology-based Science Learning Media

Sulistinayah Suwaka Putri, Ari Widodo, Yaya Wihardi
Fethiye Karsli Baydere, Aydın Murat Bodur

Science Learning and Technology in Everyday Life

Mustafa Metin, Emir Oker, Aslı Saylan Kirmizigül
Hamiye Tırıl, Seda Okumuş

Technology-based Science Teacher Education

Hakan Türkmen
Emre Harun Karaaslan