Lesley’s Journal of Pedagogy, Pluralism and Practice is accepting submissions for our next issue.
The journal accepts submissions utilizing APA style, as well as poetry and visual art. Please submit no later than March 30, 2015.
The Journal of Pedagogy, Pluralism, and Practice is a peer-reviewed journal published on-line by Lesley University. The Journal focuses on pluralistic approaches to teaching and learning throughout the life span with a major emphasis on cultural criticism. The editorial board seeks to present a balance across diverse forms of scholarship, practitioner-research, philosophical essays, systematic theoretical research, literature, and the visual arts. The goal is to provide interdisciplinary interpretation and analysis of theory and practice, including learning in classrooms, organizations, and non-traditional settings.
Our contributors have included university based and independent scholars, practitioners, graduate students and now undergraduate students whose exceptional work has been developed with faculty mentoring.
Past Issues of the Journal can be found here.
If you plan on submitting for the next issue or if you need more information, please contact the Executive Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Journal of Pedagogy, Pluralism and Practice Main Page
Fall 2013 Issue Main Page
Arlene Dallalfar - Editorial
Frank Daniello - Language in the Common Core
Cheryl A. Hunter and A. Renee Gutierrez - Learning Language is 'Hard Work'
Laura Fokkena - The Camel and the Aeroplane
Fereydoun Safizadeh - The Dynamics of Ethnic Identity in Iranian Azerbaijan
Tracy Wallach - Teaching Group Dynamics
Tania Canas - Self-Actualization through Conscientization
Jyl Lynn Felman - Terri Schiavo, Inc.
Harrison Ford - They Define You Still
Nancy Roberts - Book Review
2014 Fall (Special Issue)
2004 Spring and Fall
2000 Fall/2001 Spring
The Journal of Pedagogy, Pluralism and Practice
For submissions, general queries, or for more information contact the Executive Editor at email@example.com
Note: All submissions must use APA.
If you are interested in submitting your work to the journal, please be sure to review our submission guidelines to ensure that you are meeting any necessary requirements.
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