The MLS Educational Research (MLSER) is a bilingual biannual publication in Spanish and English, which aims to disseminate knowledge about educational practice, innovation in the field of education and research in general.
The MLS Educational Research (MLSER) accepts and publishes manuscripts in Portuguese as well. Articles are submitted to a peer review process based on anonymity and managed directly on the OJS platform. Article submissions are open year round.
The articles that make up this publication are:
- Vocational guidance for women in times of technological revolution
- Knowledge and Beliefs about ADHD of Peruvian Teachers: The Role of Teaching Experience with ADHD
- Social capital and school performance in high school students. Case study in the city of Torreon, Mexico
- Development of critical thinking in Songwriting students using project-based learning.
- Higher education based on neuroeducation and positive psychology: perceptions for university students with and without ADHD.
- Teachers working in Distance Education: an analysis of the rights, advantages and disadvantages included in the Consolidation of Labor Laws.
- Towards the formation of intercultural citizenship. A study about the relationship between teacher’s cultural intelligence and intercultural competencies
- Analysis of the perceptions of 2nd year students of fundamental education about school bullying
MLSER Editor-in-Chief Antonio Pantoja, welcomes the diversity prevalent in the articles of this new issue.
The journal, with a strong Ibero-American and international character, is edited by “Multi-Lingual Scientific (MLS) Journals”, an open access publisher based in Santander (Spain).
In addition to support from FUNIBER, the journal is sponsored by the European University of the Atlantic (UNEATLANTICO), the International Iberoamerican University (UNINI Mexico), the International Iberoamerican University (UNINI Puerto Rico), the International University Foundation of Colombia (UNINCOL), and the International University of Cuanza (UNIC).
Below, you can read the contents of the fifth volume of MLS Educational Research (MLSER).