Journal of Education & Social Policy call for papers

 Call for Papers
 
Journal of Education & Social Policy
 
ISSN: 2375-0782 (Print), 2375-0790 (Online)
 
Journal of Education & Social Policy (JESP) is an open access, peer reviewed, and fully refereed international academic journal published by Center for Promoting Ideas (CPI), USA. The main objective of JESP is to provide a platform for the international scholars, academicians and researchers to share the contemporary thoughts in the fields of education and social policies. JBEP aims to promote policy development in education and thus become the leading international journal in education in the world.
The journal publishes research papers in the all the fields of education and social policy stated below:
Education: Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Health Promotion, Minor Education Studies, Special Education, Nutrition Education, Bilingual Education, International Training And Education, Learning Disabilities, Teaching, Peace And Conflict Resolution, Curriculum And Instruction, Experiential Learning, Social Justice And Urban Education, Psychology Of Education, Technology In Education, Gender And Cultural Diversity In School, Comparative And International Education, Cultural Factors In Higher Education, Education And Social Change, Children’s Literature, Language And Literacy Learning, Education And Public Policy, Leadership Skills, Classroom Management, Legal Issues In Education, Student Teaching, and so on.
Social Policy: Human Rights, Social Work, Social Welfare, Gender, Women’s Studies, Religion, Welfare State, Social Security, Unemployment Insurance, Environmental Policy, Economic Policy, Human Behavior, Pensions, Health Care, Social Housing, Social Care, Child Protection, Social Exclusion, Education Policy, Crime and Criminal Justice and so on.
The journal is published in both print and online.
 
JESP publishes original papers, review papers, conceptual framework, analytical and simulation models, case studies, empirical research, technical notes, and book reviews. Special Issues devoted to important topics in education will occasionally be published.
JESP is indexed with and included in Cabell’s, EBSCO, Ulrich’s, DRJI, InfoBase Index, and Gale. Moreover the journal is under the indexing process with ISI, ERIC, DOAJ, Scopus, and Econlit.
 
JESP is inviting papers for Vol. 4 No. 3 which is scheduled to be published on October 31, 2017. Last date of submission: September 30, 2017. However, an early submission will get preference in case of review and publication process.
Send your manuscript to the editor at editor@jespnet.com
For more information, visit the official website of the journal www.jespnet.com
With thanks,
 
Dr. Kevin E. Smith
The Chief Editor
Journal of Education & Social Policy

Call for chapter submissions: Instructional Innovations in Teaching and Learning

Instructional Innovations in Teaching and Learning

By:

A volume in the series: Innovative Perspectives of Higher Education: Research, Theory and Practice. Editor(s): Kathleen P. King, University of Central Florida.

Call for Book Proposal Submissions

Widespread adoption and integration of technology into our everyday lives provides a powerful lever for educational purposes. Dr King says, “In the last 20 years we have seen technology use shift from early adopters to mainstream society. This series offers the opportunity for educational innovators who are instructors, researchers and/or developers to communicate the vibrant work they have accomplished the vision to reach further.” Dr. Kathleen P. King is an award-winning author, researcher and editor of this IAP series. “This series provides instructors, instructional designers and administrators with quality, innovative, substantial and yet practical applications of technology to teaching and learning. Each volume will have a theme and the editors will invite expert authors or issue a Call for Papers.” It is intended that the chapters of the volumes could take different literary forms, but will always focus on educational technology in act ion: identifying promising practices, applying theory and research to practice, and sharing reflections on and recommendations for learning and application of technology in education, for instance. 

The series is broad enough to include not only instruction in classrooms and virtual spaces, social media, robotics, virtual reality, online learning in synchronous, asynchronous or mixed modes, but also innovative adoption of technology to the large world of teaching and learning across contexts- P-12, postsecondary education, formal and informal education, training, and more. The Instructional Innovations in Teaching and Learning series always provide a valuable resource and community for participation in understanding current practice, research and theory in educational technology.

Academics with research and experience in instructional technology are we lcome to submit book proposals to Dr. King for consideration (KPKing@TransformationED.com). The following essential elements must be included in the proposal

  1. Overall objectives and significance of the book project in a detailed statement of purpose (1-3 pages).
    Include responses to all of these questions in your statement of purpose:

    • Who is/are the author(s)/editor(s)?
    • If this is an edited volume, include a list of contributors/affiliations. Indicate if tentative list.
    • Who is your audience for this book? (e.g., academic or professional, or reference work)?
    • What is the book’s adoption/purchase potential?
    • How could the book be marketed (e.g., list professional societies or SIGs that would be interested in this book)?
    • How do you expect readers to make use of this book?
    • How does the book extend current knowledge in your field of study?
    • How does the project explore previously unrecognized or infrequently considered topics?
    • How does this book fit in with the published literature? Be specific about the competition and the unique gap your work addresses.
    • What is the length of the project?
    • What is your schedule for delivery of the final draft?
    • Are there any special production issues, i.e., complex graphics, art work, photos, etc.?
    • Are you submitting your proposal to other prospective publishers?
  2. An outline of the book that provides a short narrative description of each chapter. For edited volumes, provide a list of the chapter titles or topics that will be covered.
  3. resume or curriculum vitae for each authors(s) or editor(s).
  4. A sample chapter or section if available, or if not, a sample of a journal article or conference paper that is similar to the proposed volume. Obviously, this sample needs to have been written by the submitting author.

IRRODL vol 18, no 5 published

Vol 18, No 5 (2017)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial – Volume 18, Issue 5
Rory McGreal

Research Articles

Catherine Cronin
Gema Santos-Hermosa, Núria Ferran-Ferrer, Ernest Abadal
C. Edward Watson, Denise P. Domizi, Sherry A. Clouser
Joohi Lee, Leisa Martin
Jo Corlett, Linda Martindale
Ernest Mnkandla, Ansie Minnaar
Christopher Lange, Jamie Costley, Seung-Lock Han
Grace Clifton
Alexander Amigud, Joan Arnedo-Moreno, Thanasis Daradoumis, Ana-Elena Guerrero-Roldan
Elizabeth Archer, Glen Barnes
Aras Bozkurt, Ela Akgün-Özbek, Olaf Zawacki-Richter
Moon-Heum Cho, Moon-Kyoung Byun
Cathrine Edelhard Tømte, Arne Martin Fevolden, Siri Aanstad
Hsi-Hsun Yang, Chung-Ho Su

Field Notes

Allen Rao, John Hilton III, Sarah Harper