About us

The Annals of the University of Craiova, the Psychology-Pedagogy series, is an international academic publication with interdisciplinary characteristics that aims to promote education and educational research, to provide an expression opportunity to all the experienced specialists in the field, but also to the young researchers, facilitating the exchange of ideas and interactions at the level of the scientific community.

The first issue of the magazine was published in 2002.

The journal accepts the following categories of studies:

  • Theoretical papers
  • Basic research papers
  • Applied research papers
  • Essays
  • Book reviews
  • Interviews

The works can approach different themes in the educational field: the initial and in-service teacher training; the development and innovation of the curriculum; the theory and practice of training; the theory and practice of the assessment; management and educational leadership; the management of the educational programs; the sociology of education; the psychology of education; university pedagogy; adult pedagogy; the history of pedagogy  and alternative pedagogies; comparative pedagogy; pedagogy of primary and pre-primary education; early education; the education of children with special educational needs; inclusive education; educational counselling; the psycho-pedagogy of learning; special didactics, etc.

Depending on the topic and its approach (theoretical, practical-experimental, essay, etc.), the journal proposes the following sections:

Theoretical approaches – revisited and new perspectives; Educational practice – new perspectives; Research laboratory; History of pedagogy; Comparative pedagogy; Computer-assisted teaching and Varia.


Teacher Training Department, University of Craiova, 13, Al. I. Cuza Street, Craiova, Dolj, Postal code 200585, Romania, Telephone (040)251422567

Email: auc.pp.dppd@gmail.com

Current issue:

Annals of the University of Craiova, Series Psychology, Pedagogy

Year – XVIII, 2019, no. 40. Scientific research: from the documentary and drafting acribia to ethics and deontology