Biormatika : Jurnal ilmiah fakultas keguruan dan ilmu pendidikan aims at promoting a principle approach to research on education, teaching and learning. The Journal provides opportunities for scholars to submit papers in the education, learning, and teaching fields on the latest issues and trends occurring in education curriculum, instruction, learning, policy, and preparation of teachers with the aim to advance our knowledge of education theory and practice. This journal publishes  Moreover, this journal also covers the issues concerned with environmental education. In addition to original articles, the journal features the following special sections: 

  • Learning: consisting of theoretical and empirical research studies on learning. We invite manuscripts that investigate learning and its change and growth from various lenses, including psychological, social, cognitive, sociohistorical, and effective. Studies examining the relationship of learning to teach, knowledge and practices, the learners themselves, and the contexts (social, political, physical, ideological, institutional, epistemological, and cultural) are similarly welcome.
  • Issues and Trends: consisting primarily of analytical, interpretive, or persuasive essays on current educational, social, or philosophical issues and trends relevant to the teaching. This special section particularly seeks to promote informed dialogues about current issues in education, and carefully reasoned papers representing disparate viewpoints are welcomed. Manuscripts submitted for this section may be in the form of a position paper, a polemical piece, or a creative commentary.
  • Learning in Everyday Life: consisting of analytical, interpretative, or philosophical papers regarding learning outside of the formal classroom. Papers should investigate experiences in settings such as community, home, the Internet, after-school settings, museums, and other opportunities that develop learning interest, knowledge, or practices across the life span. Attention to issues and factors relating to equity in learning are especially encouraged.
  • Teacher Education: consisting of original empirical and/or theoretical research that examines the preparation of teachers, the work of teachers, or how teachers' work is influenced by a broader context. "Teacher education" refers to development throughout the continuum of one teaching career, from pre-service, through induction, into advanced professional stages of teaching.
  • Education Policy: including reports about the goals and/or underlying principles of policies adopted by the government, interest groups, school districts, etc., and their effect on teaching and learning. Additionally, research on science policy relates to a critical examination of how theory, research, and practice of education are influenced by policy decisions. 

The Journal Editorial Board invites any manuscript addressing a relevant education topic that employs an established and recognized scholarly approach and also impacts or is generalizable to national and international populations. Quantitative research reports that employ sophisticated research designs and qualitative research reports that rigorously follow naturalistic research methods are preferred. All manuscripts must provide a thorough review of the literature that establishes the research problem or the issue at hand as well as a thorough conclusion that addresses the implications and limitations of the research or argument.