American Journal of Educational Research
Technology now enables learners to connect beyond the classroom on a global scale in which learners can interact with rich multimedia, communicate and collaborate. Educational technology facilitates a broad range of new approaches, from teaching and learning processes to instructional design and networked community of learners. It is now obvious that educational and communication technology has great potential to transform education and change almost every aspect of our learning. This special issue will explore the role of educational and communication technology in teaching and learning processes and will consider the implications for learners, teachers and instructional designers.
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Submission Deadline: June 30, 2015Notification of Acceptance: July 10, 2015Final Version Due: August 31, 2015Special Issue Publishing Date: September, 2015
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Dr. Emel Dikbaş TorunPamukkale UniversityEmail: email@example.com
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The basic idea of education has always been to provide equal opportunities to achieve success and success of all. And under this idea is developed in order that the good jobs are few and that the education system's mission is to select who is receiving them. The policy of a neoliberal economy crossed by labor market competition depends not only of the opportunity given by the education system, the education system here can not continue to ensure employability in a global market competition. The title accredited by degree is therefore to represent the educational experience, meaning an acquired knowledge, but also justifies the powers, giving the employer a means to justify the ends. However, the labour market offers working conditions and social status in different jobs. Many young people enter the market with social disadvantages, accredited by a diploma which initially gave them a chance. However, as they improve the conditions of access to different courses, worsen conditions in labour-workspace is contextualizing-cultural reproduction. Success is accredited by exclusion and devalued by the inclusion. The school, despite being free and full education, is not capable of producing real social transformation, on the contrary, it serves to conceal inequality and thus legitimize it. The school separates those with inherited cultural capital of those who are deprived of it and this separation emphasizes experiential own characteristics, both in the academic part and the labor market. The exams justify the reason of sections and titles were awarded the result as guarantee of technical and social competence, as the school title lends credibility and helps to ensure social reproduction.
Submission Deadline: June 15, 2015Notification of Acceptance: July 15, 2015Final Version Due: October 31, 2015Special Issue Publishing Date: December, 2015
Carla Sofia Rocha da SilvaDepartament of Social Science, Education and Administration of Lusophona University of Lisbon – PortugalEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guest EditorAntonio TeodoroLusophone University of Humanities and Technologies, LisbonEmail: email@example.com
Ana BenaventeInstitute of Social Sciences, University of LisbonEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The basic goals of special Issue; Holistic approach in education research; Qualitative and quantitative paradigms is point out new perspectives of education research. Even today there is a kind of "conflict" between quantitative and qualitative approaches (paradigms) in research in the field of social sciences. Both approaches have their legitimacy, their philosophical approaches, conceptual assumptions that are bipolar. Although Sekulic-Majurec (2007) concludes that the end of the war paradigm (qualitative and quantitative), however conflicting exclusivity are still present. Exclusivity conditio sine qua non for creating redundant and unnecessary attitude that one approach superior to the other, although both approaches in relation synergy best describe the phenomena studied in the field of social sciences. But "quant-phrenia" and "quant-phobia" the ultimate limits of the opposition), which unnecessarily reduce the value of the results of research in the social sciences. Moreover, the social sciences because of the low nomotetic expressed incoherence, scientific nondetermination, low plausibility, predicting ... a great challenge and unnecessary "conflict" between qualitative or quantitative approach further reduces the dignity of the scientific habit of Social Sciences.
Submission Deadline: June 15, 2015Notification of Acceptance: July 15, 2015Final Version Due: October 15, 2015Special Issue Publishing Date: December, 2015
Siniša OpićFaculty of Teacher Education, University of Zagreb, CroatiaEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Competition is a natural human instinct; we strive to push our limits and challenge the unknown. Science and technology contests (STC) create the motivation for individuals to explore, learn, and enhance knowledge application. These are the fundamental elements of science education. With competition, students can expand their knowledge and broaden the imagination. In this regard, more and more STCs have been organized and conducted around the world.
Students’ learning behaviors and outcomes can be affected by different external factors, such as parenting style. Helicopter-parenting describes parents who monitor their children to an extreme degree and attempt to handle all their problems. This, in turn, can stifle a child’s independency and their problem solving capability. Through STC, science education provides many opportunities to effectively enable students to learn and develop skills to recognizing problems, but also the techniques to solve them.
In order to perform their fullest potential, students must first be placed in STC that would encourage active learning. This active learning model integrates a diverse range of activities (e.g., tasks, exercise, and projects) and allows students to engage in topics by increasing participation in creative problem solving and the science learning process.
In addition, STC reinforces communication and social skills among peers; it inspires students to identify co-variation issues and optionally solve the problem; it stimulates hands-on practice in material process and assembly which incorporates logical concepts and scientific knowledge. In essence, STC is the tool for our next generation to acquire infinite knowledge in the universe.
Submission Deadline: April 30, 2015Notification of Acceptance: June 30, 2015Final Version Due: September 30, 2015Special Issue Publishing Date: November 30, 2015
Dr. Jon-Chao HongChair Professor, National Taiwan Normal UniversityEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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While quality of education depends on many factors, modalities of teaching and learning-related factors cannot be ignored. This special issue seeks to involve interested researchers and academicians in the field of curriculum and teaching and related areas to explore current issues, trends, challenges and opportunities in teaching and learning through scientific research and reviews. Each manuscript will be blindly reviewed by at least two research specialists from various universities/ countries. Final decision on blind review reports will be done by the chief editor.
Submission Deadline: April 10, 2015Notification of Acceptance: April 17, 2015Final Version Due: April 24, 2015Special Issue Publishing Date: April 30, 2015
Baraka Manjale NgussaUNIVERSITY OF ARUSHAEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guest EditorMussa Simon MunejaUNIVERSITY OF ARUSHAEmail: email@example.com
Michael KubojaUNIVERSITY OF ARUSHAEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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lifelong education can be defined as a process of both deliberate and unintentional opportunities influencing learning throughout one’s life span,In recent time scholars and planners put the education in a broader view by promoting the concept of lifelong education. Advocates of lifelong education view that education is a process that continues in one form or another throughout life.Lifelong education is a blend of pedagogy and andragogy. It can be provided through various modes like distance learning, e-learning, continuing education or correspondence courses. The concept of lifelong education has been under the process of continuous change because of increased duration of formal education and insufficiency of skills attained in schooling for future career and success.
Submission Deadline: March 31, 2015Notification of Acceptance: April 15, 2015Final Version Due: April 30, 2015Special Issue Publishing Date: May 31, 2015
Dr. Lokanath MishraVivek college of Education BijnorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guest EditorProf. Sanatanu Kumar SwainBanarus Hindu UniversityEmail: Skswain59@gmail.com
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The implementation of professional skills is built on the interconnections between knowledge and skills and its application in a specific employment context. This is realized through various language activities by social player. After clarifying from an epistemological point of view the concept of skill, because as pointed out by Guy Le BOTERF, (2007) "to have the skill" and "to be skilled", as the concept of "competence required" and that "real competence" does not operate on the same target, then the notion of “skill required” and “the real skill” for the individual in a work situation, does not operate according to the same target, it is necessary to ask the question: how does skill develop in a work context? The methodology will be based on quantitative data and qualitative data. From a corpus of data collected from social players in spaces and work situations, it is to observe, question and analyze this notion of competence through various working contexts, language practices resulting performances, acting and verbalization of it through the sayings and discourses of these social players at work. Ultimately, this exploratory phase aims to discover the form and language of participation share in the emerging practice or under control of the work environment in the subject and come to collect an additional knowledge in the use of language in relation with skills used in professional activities.
Submission Deadline: February 21, 2015Notification of Acceptance: March 14, 2015Final Version Due: March 28, 2015Special Issue Publishing Date: April 22, 2015
Mr. Michel DISPAGNEUniversité de la Guyane (University of French Guiana)Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guest EditorMrs. Patricia DONATIENUniversité des Antilles (University of the French West Indies)Email: Patricia.Donatien-Yssa@martinique.univ-ag.fr
M. Jean-Luc EGAUniversité des Antilles (University of the French West Indies)Email: email@example.com
M. stéphane PARTELUniversité des Antilles (University of the French West Indies)Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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In a period of profound social, economic and cultural transformations, and the ever-increasing development of information and communication technologies (ICTs), education institutions face the need to redefine themselves to keep up with the technological challenges of the post-modern world.
The academic success of students, in the various components of their technical, professional, personal and social training, requires the reformulation of new learning spaces, in the web or face to face, open to the learners diversity and needs, in addition to the updating of knowledge (factual, procedural and contextual).
We need to re-conceptualize, re-design and rethink the use of these stimulating new learning spaces. They should encourage collaboration and embrace informal and no formal learning.
In this special issue we want to emphasize the importance of the integration of different technological resources, different pedagogical approaches in different learning spaces.
Let’s make every space an open learning space!
Submission Deadline: January 31, 2015Notification of Acceptance: March 31, 2015Final Version Due: March 31, 2015Special Issue Publishing Date: July 31, 2015
J. António MoreiraOpen University, PortugalEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guest EditorAngélica MonteiroCIIE, Oporto University, PortugalEmail: email@example.com
Daniela MelaréOpen University, PortugalEmail: Daniela.Barros@uab.pt
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Over the years higher education is becoming globalized with students moving around the world to study different courses. The institutions of higher education are deliberately attracting overseas students as they are a source for money as well as cultural exchange. So now we have to keep in mind, our local students as well as theses foreign candidates while designing our curriculum. We need an evidence base to ensure that teaching, learning and assessment methods are suitable for this global audience. In particular, this issue recognizes the problems teachers as well as students have in coping with the developments in educational methods. We shall highlight the different aspects when the curriculum is changed to fulfill the global needs but preparedness on part of faculty and students is neglected. The problems in implementation of educational reforms range from time, parental expectations, unavailability of required instructional materials, faculty development and the initial mismatch between the students past educational training and principles underlying the curriculum innovation.
This issue includes original articles, editorial, letter to editor and short communications exploring new developments and perspectives in the field of medical education from premedical to postgraduate and continuing medical education. It provides a forum for discussion specific to the challenges faced by medical education practitioners all over the world. Only manuscripts that have not been published in, or submitted to, other journals will be considered. All research using human subjects must have been approved by an Ethical Review Board and any potential conflict of interest must be reported. The target audience includes medical and medical education researchers, practitioners and professionals, universities and their students.
Submission Deadline: January 30, 2015Notification of Acceptance: February, 2015Final Version Due: March, 2015Special Issue Publishing Date: April, 2015
Dr. Khadija IqbalAl Nafees medical collegeEmail: Khadijaiqbal1972@gmail.com
Guest EditorDr. Amina TariqIslamic international medical collegeEmail: email@example.com
Dr. Sadia AnjumRai medical collegeEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Information services are keys to the development of education, research, extension education and for overall development of human being globally and are rendered by the libraries. In changing scenario the libraries and users have cross the boundaries and are accessing desire information at anytime, anywhere with the help of click. Therefore in changing scenario the great importance has got to the libraries without walls in all sectors and the research papers on the following topics covered in this issue will be immense useful to the all users.
Submission Deadline: January 20, 2015Notification of Acceptance: February 20, 2015Final Version Due: March 15, 2015Special Issue Publishing Date: April 15, 2015
Dr S. M. RokadeGondwana UniversityEmail: email@example.com
Guest EditorDr S. S. BhuttamwarS. P. College, Chandrapur (MS), IndiaEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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American Journal of Educational Research publishes original research papers on all aspects of English Language, British and American Studies. It is a refereed, peer-reviewed, and open-access e-journal for scholars, researchers, teachers, and officials of the English language, British and American Studies in the entire world.We aim to bring important work on the language, history, literature, politics and culture of the United States and Great Britain. The research presented must transcend the limits of case studies. Both experimental and theoretical studies are accepted, as are descriptive or historical accounts, although these must offer deep insights into issues of general interest to language, history, literature, politics and culture.
The topics of this special issue include, but are not limited to:
American Literature, Eighteenth Century Literature, Literary Theory, Medieval Literature, Renaissance Literature, Romanticism, Seventeenth Century Literature, Shakespearean Literature, Victorian Literature, Twentieth Century and Contemporary Literature, Comparative Literature, etc. The field of Linguistics will include Applied Linguistics, Language Teaching, Computational Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, Historical Linguistics, Psycholinguistics, Language Acquisition, Sociolinguistics, Bilingualism, Language and Gender, Language Variation and Change, Speech Science, Perception, Theoretical Linguistics, Morphology, Phonology, Phonetics, Pragmatics, Semantics and Syntax.
Submission Deadline: December 30, 2014Notification of Acceptance: January 15, 2015Final Version Due: January 30, 2015Special Issue Publishing Date: February 01, 2015
Dr. Arburim IseniDepartment of English Language and Literature, State University of TetovaEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guest EditorJuan José VarelaDepartment of English Language and Literature, University of La Coruña, SpainEmail: email@example.com
Ardian DeariSouth-East European University, Tetovo, MacedoniaEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The main aim of this issue is to represent and emphsize the importance of female contributions to Science in different subfields. Multidisciplinary approach, involving searching the places for demargalisation of female authorships and marking those places offers gender equal perspective in Sciences. Questioning weather malestream scientific approaches actualy satisfy legal and scientifical bases of knoweledge in different subdiscipline. How to establish gender equal education, and adopt the gender equal approach in creating the curriculum of scientific subjects? Do the positive example exsist? In tehnical, sociological and natural sciences the marginalisation of female contributions to science is still present, how to deconstruct this position to democratisation of education in all fields. Is it possible to find model to be used in all disciplines, and does this question unite all the disciplines in the same goal, which is transcending the boundaries of traditional education towards the more egalitaranian formula that can be used in all disciplines.
Submission Deadline: December 15, 2014Notification of Acceptance: February 15, 2015Final Version Due: April 15, 2015Special Issue Publishing Date: July 15, 2015
Azra JaganjacInternational University Travnik, Full time professor, Fullbright visiting scholar and specialist (2 times)Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lejla MušićSarajevo University, Assistant Prof.Email: email@example.com
Guest EditorNafija Šehić-MušićPhd from Faculty of Mechanical Engineering ZenicaEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Discourses on educational leadership in the Middle East and North Africa are virtually missing from professional and peer-reviewed literature. This Special Issue seeks to address this gap. Globalization and the emergence of electronic journals have accelerated the rapid sharing and exchange of research, case studies, and policy positions on educational leadership. A casual search of the major journals on educational leadership reveals discourses dominated by core geographical areas of innovation, from Australia and New Zealand to Singapore and Shanghai, from the Netherlands and England to Canada and the United States. While the absence of the Middle East and North Africa in the literature would seem to put this diverse region on the discursive periphery of educational leadership, the truth is far from it. On the contrary, policymakers and senior management from ministries of education from the region have for decades traveled internationally to engage policymakers and experts from the “core” to learn about, borrow, and adapt innovative models and approaches in educational leadership. This special Issue aims, therefore, to explore current issues and trends in educational leadership in the Middle East and North Africa. What modalities of leadership are currently having the biggest impact on school effectiveness and student learning outcomes? What strategies and approaches are principals using to strike a balance in their dual roles as administrator and instructional leader? How successfully are principals transitioning from a hierarchal model of centralized authority and power to a non-hierarchal model of shared leadership and empowerment? What methods and techniques are having the most success in supporting, assessing, evaluating, and developing teacher quality? What alternative models of educational leadership are schools practicing with the aim of improving teaching and learning for a global knowledge economy driven by communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity?
Submission Deadline: December 01, 2014Notification of Acceptance: January 01, 2015Final Version Due: February 28, 2015Special Issue Publishing Date: March, 2015
Dr. Nuha IterNational Institute for Educational Training [NIET], Ministry of Education & Higher EducationEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guest EditorDr. Louis CristilloAMIDEAST :Leadership and Teacher Development Program; and, Teachers College, Columbia UniversityEmail: email@example.com
Dr. Alia AssaliAl-Najah National universityEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
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The teaching and learning is a dynamic process, which continously improve with the use of technology. Researches have shown that use of technology lead to improved students learning and better teaching methodologies. Different tools like ICT, web 2.0 technologies, social networking sites, electronic and mobile learning plateforms have created an environment where student feel ease in learning while having interest and teacher have ease to dissiment knowledge efficiently and effectively. Henceforth technology and its application in the field of education has become hot topic for research.
The current issue of “American Journal of Educational Research” is focused on “Emerging Technologies for Learning”. This issue will cover all aspect of technology used in the business of teaching learning starting from theoritcal to practical implementation of approaches along with innovation and recent explorations in the field.
Owing to higher importance of the topic in all subject of teaching and capability to enhance interest of teacher and taught, this issue will attract attention both from academica and industry.
Submission Deadline: November 30, 2014Notification of Acceptance: December 20, 2014Final Version Due: January 15, 2015Special Issue Publishing Date: February 01, 2015
Rakesh KumarDistrict Institute of Education and Training GurgaonEmail: email@example.com
Guest EditorSavita KumariIndira Gandhi UniversityEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mahmoud ArtemiHigher Institute of Vocational StudiesEmail: email@example.com
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The purpose is to provide research on cutting edge healthcare procedures and techniques using electronic technologies that are purposeful, symbiotic and building a relationship with underserved (rural) communities. ELearning and eTraining are new trends clinicians and allied medical professionals are using for life-saving, recovery and prevention of harm. Rural communities and developing countries struggle to find the financial resources or abilities to provide continual education to healthcare professionals. This issue will explore the important ways in which eLearning is becoming useful developing partnerships with medical professionals in communities seeking current healthcare knowledge, competencies, and techniques for underserved populations. The issue is ideal for those with interesting research, case studies or viewpoints papers covering the perspectives on eLearning healthcare techniques and sharing with faculty and scholars. It will cover teaching-centered methods using electronic technologies for healthcare topics as neonatal resuscitation, first-aid techniques and a wide-range of perspectives. Submissions should reflect cost-beneficial, harm-preventing and life-saving healthcare eLearning and eTraining methods and evaluations that target underserved and rural communities such as cross-border peer-to-peer trainings, and other trends that are useful, integrated and building collaborative relationships with indigenous populations.
Categories:• Research paper• Technical paper• Conceptual paper• Case study• Literature review
Core Topics :1. Peer-to-peer teaching medical techniques to rural populations2. Clinicians eLearning and midwifery 3. Clinicians teaching first-aid techniques using eLearning in developing or rural areas4. ELearning and medical education (increasing competency based knowledge and continuing education among doctors, nurses) to help underserved populations5. ELearning and allied health professions (increasing competency based knowledge and continuing education amongst allied health professionals) to help underserved populations6. Policy issues and eLearning healthcare problems and opportunities in rural areas7. Technology issues and expanding eLearning and eTraining for healthcare professionals8. Other
Submission Deadline: November 30, 2014Notification of Acceptance: January 01, 2015Final Version Due: April 28, 2015Special Issue Publishing Date: May 30, 2015
Kimberley Garth-JamesProgram Director & ScholarEmail: Kimberley.email@example.com
Guest EditorJoseph L. FrancomIT Professor at Dixie CollegeEmail: Francom@dixie.edu
Brina HollisProgram Director HealthcareEmail: Brina.Hollis@columbiasouthern.edu
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This is a Special Issue on Philosophy of Education. The American Journal of Educational Research is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that provides publication of articles in all areas of educational research. The goal of this Special Issue is to provide a platform for scientists and academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various issues on philosophy of education. There are different philosophical approaches in the contemporary perspectives of the education. We aim to bring philosophical contributions on different areas of educational research, like distance education, educational technology, educational foundations, history education, language education, mathematics education, reading education, science education, educational psychology, educational evaluation, academic counseling, education policy, teacher education and others cross-disciplinary areas of education.
Submission Deadline: November 14, 2014Notification of Acceptance: November 29, 2014Final Version Due: December 12, 2014Special Issue Publishing Date: January, 2015
Carlos E. de C. VargasPontifical Catholic University of ParanaEmail: email@example.com
Guest EditorCleverson L. BastosPontifical Catholic University of ParanaEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gustavo L. GavaPositivo UniversityEmail: email@example.com
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The aim is to investigate the application of different educational methods to achieve the expected educational objectives in clinical or non-clinical educational settings.
Submission Deadline: October, 2014Notification of Acceptance: November, 2014Final Version Due: December, 2014Special Issue Publishing Date: January, 2015
Dr. AR. MullaicharamOman Medical CollegeEmail: email@example.com
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Submitted papers should contain unpublished results (not published in other journals) research on teaching for higher education in large basic or applied areas of biological and / or medical sciences, such as biochemistry, immunology, parasitology, microbiology, pathology, pharmacology, molecular biology or cell biology. Entries may be qualitative, quantitative or qualitative-quantitative nature
Submission Deadline: October 31, 2014Notification of Acceptance: December, 2014Final Version Due: January, 2015Special Issue Publishing Date: February, 2015
Daniel Manzoni de AlmeidaUniversity of São Paulo, BrazilEmail: email@example.com
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The goal of this special issue is to publish current research and reviews of contemporary issues and trends affecting both general and special populations: nationally and internationally.
Special Education, Technology, Reviews of literature on a trend or Issue (ie Bilingual Education, Inclusion, Medication, Testing, Parents, etc.) relevant to curriculum of preschool elementary, secondary, and adult learners.
Submission Deadline: October 30, 2014Notification of Acceptance: December 31, 2014Final Version Due: January 30, 2015Special Issue Publishing Date: March/April, 2015
Dr. Freddie W. LittonUniversity of Houston- Victoria, USAEmail: email@example.com
Guest EditorDr. Anthony F. RotatoriSt. Xavier University, Chicago, Ill., USAEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The objective of this paper is to construe a writing which pinpoints one of the most prevailing but overlooked psychological condition i.e. Writer’s block. The condition is associated with a shrinkage or failure of the ability to assemble, to instigate or to conclude one’s own writing. Along with the elucidation of main argument a correlation in between the psychological and the physiological inducement of the condition is discussed to reveal the effect one is bound to induce on the other.
Among the tabulation of psychological incitement of the condition the most dominant appears to be the uncertainty, self perfectionism, hypersensitivity or insensitivity to one’s surroundings and innumerable influence of ideas or dearth of any ideological influence are the most frequently observed which on analysis are subjected to be the aftermath of extreme behavior entirely and follows the most inhibitory behavior to writing that is found to be stress. The interconnection among the psychological and physiological aspects is expected to be the term “stress” which is the most dominant facilitator of the stress hormone “Cortisol.” The high levels of Cortisol consequently produce the two mentally disastrous effects i.e. depression and sometimes psychotic behavior while on physiological side extreme fatigue is produced. These effects commingle to block the mental ability of a person to bring about initiative ideas. Along with the endocrine system aspect the nervous system is also affected by the anxiety attacks as the increased panic levels in the brain is found to switch the control to limbic system and eventually hinders the cerebral cortex activity which is the focal point of one’s creative activity. (Flaherty, 2004). This interrelationship between the psychological and physiological factors ultimately results in block condition of writing.
By the end of the paper specific strategies in order to exercise the mind as well as to maintain the physiological level of hormones are also discussed so that one may find the condition of this mental blockage competently treatable.
Submission Deadline: October 30, 2014Notification of Acceptance: November 16, 2014Final Version Due: December 05, 2014Special Issue Publishing Date: December, 2014
Mehwish FatimaUniversity of KarachiEmail: Mehwish20@live.com
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Learner centered approach calls for teaching that focuses on student learning rather than on what the teacher is doing. It changes the focus from what the teacher does to student learning. This means that it is not one specific teaching method. The aim of this special issue is to solicit for papers that will present reviews and scientific findings that determine learner centered approach as a factor in student preparedness in academic achievement. This issue will attract audience from teachers, educators, curriculum experts, students and policy makers.
Submission Deadline: October 30, 2014Notification of Acceptance: November 15, 2014Final Version Due: November 30, 2014Special Issue Publishing Date: December 30, 2014
Prof.Lazarus Ndiku MakewaUniversity of Eastern Africa, Baraton, KenyaEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Teacher education is an integral part of education. It is the spotlight of the 21st century. The teacher occupies a pivotal position in the system of education. Teacher plays an important role as friend, philosopher, guide and helper of the student. The teacher is the backbone of the educational system, maker of the mankind and architect of the society. Thus the role of the teachers is very important in making the nation. The success of education depends on quality of teacher which creates excellence in all walks of life. The qualitative aspects of education depend entirely on the character and personality of the teachers. The American Commission on Teacher Education rightly observes, “The quality of its citizens depends not exclusively, but in critical measure upon the quality of their education. The quality of their education depends more than upon any single factor upon the quality of their teacher”. The National Policy on Education in India (1986) has rightly said, “The status of the teacher reflects the socio-cultural ethos of a society; it is said that no people can rise above the level of its teachers”. Teacher education is that knowledge, skill and ability which as relevant to the life of a teacher. If we throw the light on the Teacher Education Programme in all over the world we would see that a remarkable growth occurred in the field of Teacher Education. At the same time Teacher Education is losing its identity in so many countries. Teacher Education in various countries has been struggling to strengthen its identity. Struggle does not mean degeneration of values and degeneration of institutions. It is true that after persistent struggle there is evident improvement, but, still there is no end to perfection. There are many issues and challenges pertaining to Teacher Education Programme like Policy dilemma, Professional development, Quality Research, Academic Staff Development, E-learning and Teacher Education, ICT and Teacher education, Quality Management in Teacher education, Teacher education in 21st Century, Teacher education Global perspective etc. Teacher Education should be so powerful and graceful that nobody should dare to dictate. It is high time to revive and strengthen the Teacher Education Programme in all over the world.
This special Issue aims, therefore,
• To explore the current Issues and Challenges in the field of Teacher Education in various countries’ in the world. • To share innovative ideas for the qualitative development of teacher education.• To analyze the changing context of teacher education in the global scenario. • To know the development of teacher education during various periods and examine its relevance today.• To find out the curricula and courses for teacher education in different countries of the world.• To ascertain the special features of the Teacher Education system in various countries.• To know the agencies involved in the continuing professional teacher development (CPTD).• To know the structure of Teacher Education Programme at various levels of education in different countries.• To know the issues and problems of teacher education.• To analyze the incentives given to teachers to work towards their professional development.• To know the quality indicators for teacher education.• To know the significance of E-learning in Teacher Education.• To know the significance of ICT in Teacher Education
Teacher Education: Role, Problems and Remedies, Teacher Education at Cross Roads, Today’s Teacher Education-Tomorrow’s Nation, Indicators of Quality in Teacher Education, Teacher Education in 21st Century, Policy Dilemma in Teacher Education, E-Learning and Teacher Education, ICT and Teacher Education, Distance Education and Teacher Education, Code of Professional Ethics for Teacher Educator, Professional Ethics of Teacher Education for Sustainable Future, Constructivist in Teacher Education, Curricula and Courses in Teacher Education, Academic Staff Development and Teacher Education, Examination Reforms in Teacher Education, Research in Teacher Education, Job satisfaction, Total Quality Management in Teacher Education, Professional Upgradation and Teacher Education, Quality Control in Teacher Education, Faculty Improvement Programme for Teacher Education, Performance Appraisal of teachers, Current Trends in Teacher Education, Innovative Practices and Teacher Education, Technology Integrated Teacher Education, Theory and Practice of Teacher Education, Quality Assurance and Teacher Education, RTE and Teacher Education, Teacher Education and Values, Peace Education and Teacher Education. Human Rights Education and Teacher Education; Life skills and Teacher Education, Inclusive education and Teacher Education, Liberalization, Privatization, Globalization, Problems and Prospects of Teacher Education, Knowledge Based Society & Teacher Education, Professionalism and Teacher Education.
Submission Deadline: October 01, 2014Notification of Acceptance: November 30, 2014Final Version Due: December 30, 2014Special Issue Publishing Date: January, 2015
Santosh Kumar BeheraSidho-Kanho-Birsha UniversityEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Research on second language acquisition (SLA) has expanded enormously over the last decades of the 20th and the first decade of the 21st century. The number of studies in the field of SLA has increased not only in its quantity but also in the range of topics and issues addressed. However, there are still significant questions regarding the understanding of the process of SLA which have remained unanswered. Among the issues that represent a challenge for SLA practitioners are: the trajectory and rate of L2 acquisition and/or learning, the cognitive processes that support L2 acquisition, the strategies employed by L2 learners, the parallels between L1 and L2 acquisition, the way that language and cognition interact in language processing and the implications of those issues for the second language classroom. The purpose of this special issue, therefore, is to bring together theoretically grounded research reports and empirical emergent or breaking work that represent a contribution to the central issues of second language teaching and learning as identified above.
Submission Deadline: September 30, 2014Notification of Acceptance: October 30, 2014Final Version Due: November 30, 2014Special Issue Publishing Date: December 30, 2014
Tsvetelina HarakchiyskaUniversity of Ruse (Bulgaria)Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guest EditorProf. Zdenka GadusovaUniversity IN Nitra (Slovakia)Email: email@example.com
Carmen-Rodica ArdeleanTechnical University of Civil Engineering in Bucharest (Romania)Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The issue of quality of training in higher education establishments has been and remains the cornerstone for the effective functioning of industries, businesses and banks, the development of science, culture, education and society in general. Graduate student should be competitive in the job market. This means that they should not only get a good education, but also be willing and able to further self-improvement. To solve this problem it is important to discuss the comprehensive and diverse scientific basis of ensuring the quality of higher education, to review the results of scientific studies and the experience of higher education in various countries. The unanswered questions are: the definition of the concept of "quality of higher education", criteria and indicators of quality education, diagnostic tools, methods of monitoring the quality of education, ways and means of improving the educational process in Universities , the correlation of the quality education with higher education management and so on. In a special issue of the journal, we plan to deal with both - theoretical studies and practical achievements of scientific and educational community.
Submission Deadline: September 30, 2014Notification of Acceptance: October 31, 2014Final Version Due: November 30, 2014Special Issue Publishing Date: December 31, 2014
Nina TarasenkovaBohdan Khmelnytskyy National University in Cherkasy, UkraineEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. DSc. Zdravko LaltchevSofia University 'St. Kliment Ohridski', Sofia, BulgariaEmail: email@example.com
Prof. Ievgenii BorkachFerenc Rakoczi II Transcarpathian Hungarian Institute, BerehovoEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Oleg MelnikovBelarusian State University, Mechanics and Mathematics FacultyEmail: email@example.com
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At present, problems in Education are connected with the education methods in the school, higher education and professional education.
We know that in foreign countries, in their universities such Urbana University (USA), Carnegia Mellon University (USA), Oxford University (Great Britain), Cambridje University (Great Britain) and other countries education are continued on the higher level.
So, in this Special Issue "Modern Education and Security Information" we want to show the comparison view in the best universities in the world?
And the problems of security information - is actual problem.
We show the problems of security information in the education and other fields!
And parallel computing - the modern scientific direction for analysis protection information.Parallel computing at present using for solving transport tasks.
Submission Deadline: September 01, 2014Notification of Acceptance: September 05, 2014Final Version Due: September 05, 2014Special Issue Publishing Date: September 08, 2014
G.D. ZhangissinaCentral-Asian University ,Vice-Rector, PhD, ProfessorEmail: email@example.com
Guest EditorKorchenko A.G.National Aviation University, Kiev, Ukrine
Karpinsky N.P.University Belsko-Byla, Poland
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Amis: To establish an academic position and make a scientific network for sharing and transferring and exchanging knowledge in the field of education and psychology and to facilitate diffusion of research results among researchers. Scope of journal is limited to all topics related to different dimensions of educational and psychology (a process of teaching, training and learning, especially in schools or colleges to improve knowledge and develop skill, connected with a person’s mind and the way in which it works: the psychological development of children, health psychology,) in form of original and review paper as well as short communication and book review.
Submission Deadline: August 30, 2014Notification of Acceptance: September 15, 2014Final Version Due: September 30, 2014Special Issue Publishing Date: October 30, 2014
Maryam FooladvandIslamic Azad UniversityEmail: email@example.com
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In the full XXIst century, the initial formation of the teachers must be tackled from different points of view and ambiences of study and investigation given the heteregeneus competences that these teachers will have to transmit to his futures learners. In this sense, our intention is to offer a set of scientific studies that offer different routes to rethink the roll of the teacher at present whose formation must be tackled, undoubtedly, from the interdisciplinarity and the transdisciplinarity of contents and ways of learning that they help these teachers to answer with guarantees of success to the challenges that nowadays our society demands. This way, an initial formation is necessary from methodologies of education and learning as Learning Service, the work collaborative between equal, the hybrid spaces in which there have capacity both the University and the proper School and the Society, learning across the art.. .. Finally, we want to offer a new point of view for the initial formation of teachers who demand to the scientific community new methodologies of learning that must converge on the same direction: how must the teacher of the XXIst century be and how must be to confront his formation to give in a nearby future valid responses to the requirements of our current society.
Submission Deadline: December 2013Notification of Acceptance: February 2014Final Version Due: March 2014Special Issue Publishing Date: April 2014
Dr. Moisés Selfa SastreFull Time Professor in the Department of Teaching Faculty of Specific Education Sciences of the University of LleidaEmail: email@example.com
Dr. Glòria Jové MonclúsUniversity of LleidaEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Charly RyanUniversity of WinchesterEmail: Charly.Ryan@winchester.ac.uk
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The issue of the quality of training in higher education establishments has been and remains the cornerstone for the effective functioning of industries, businesses and banks, the development of science, culture, education and society in general. Graduate student should be competitive in the job market. This means that they should not only get a good education, but also be willing and able to further self-improvement. To solve this problem it is important to discuss the comprehensive and diverse scientific basis of ensuring the quality of higher education, to review the results of scientific studies and the experience of higher education in various countries. The unanswered questions are: the definition of the concept of "quality of higher education", criteria and indicators of quality education, diagnostic tools, methods of monitoring the quality of education, ways and means of improving the educational process in Universities , the correlation of the quality education with higher education management and so on. In a special issue of the journal, we plan to deal with both - theoretical studies and practical achievements of scientific and educational community.
Submission Deadline: September 30, 2013Notification of Acceptance: October 31, 2013Final Version Due: November 30 2013Special Issue Publishing Date: December 2013
Prof. DSc. Zdravko LalchevSofia University 'St. Kliment Ohridski', Sofia, Bulgaria Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgIevgenii BorkachFerenc Rakoczi II Transcarpathian Hungarian Institute, Berehovo, Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, UkraineEmail: email@example.com
Zoltán PoórUniversity of West Hungary – Apáczai Csere János Faculty, Gy?r, Hungary Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Oleg MelnikovBelarusian State University, Mechanics and Mathematics Faculty, ProfessorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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