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About the Journal
The Journal of Didactics of Philosophy (JDPh) is a peer-reviewed academic journal devoted to research on the teaching and learning of philosophy. Articles may be about any level of education, however the main focus is on high school philosophy. All articles are published in Open Access; there are no fees (Diamant/Platinum OA). We welcome work with a philosophical or normative approach as well as reports of results from empirical qualitative and quantitative research. The journal also publishes reviews of books, textbooks and other educational material of international interest as well as country reports about similarities and differences in teaching philosophy in different countries. It is an aim of the journal to promote the dialogue among researchers and practising teachers across the world.
Call for Papers: "What Students Need to Know in Philosophy", Deadline: October 1, 2023 - see the PDF of the Call here.