Educator Perspectives Journal: Fall/Winter 2021
Call for Submissions to EPJ
The editorial team of Educator Perspectives invites manuscripts for potential publication in the next issue. We seek articles that reflect and showcase a vibrant community of practice across many educational contexts.
Theme: Lessons Learned During the Pandemic
During this time of uncertainty, stakeholders across the education spectrum created supportive learning environments to ensure students maintained a level of stability in their education. The pandemic forced innovation, collaboration, and partnership. Throughout these extraordinary times, educators learned many valuable lessons. We want to know about best practices or life lessons that worked or did not work during the pandemic. We hope educators will share strategies for remote learning and/or techniques for forging close connections during difficult times that are worth continuing post-pandemic.
Submissions should include works in research-based articles including action/classroom research, qualitative and quantitative research. Essays such as personal reflections, inspirational annotations, classroom practice, interviews, or program descriptions are also welcome. Submissions should be in proper APA seventh edition format. References, tables, and appendices do not count against the page limit. All proposals will be subject to editorial review.
Timeline: Manuscripts due by Sept 20, 2021
Submit manuscripts to: https://forms.gle/gUEHENYscBh6Bfro9
Article Submission Criteria:
All submissions must include a cover page of contact information to include each author’s name, title, institution, email address, mailing address, phone number, key contact person, article title (15-word limit), and an abstract (100 words or less). Articles are required to be within 1,000 to 3,000 words. APA is 7th Edition style required. Please submit the manuscript as a separate document void of identifying information (for the blind review process).
Articles must be submitted via the link provided above. Submissions should consist of two documents- a cover letter and the articlesubmission. Email should include “Educator Perspectives-Submission” as the email title. One submission per individual. Incomplete submissions will not be reviewed.
Submissions will be evaluated with respect to the following criteria and successful articles tend to speak to these criteria:
● Theme. The proposed manuscript should meet the expectations of the theme for the issue (see Call for Submissions.
● Relevance. The proposed manuscript should thoroughly review a significant and important research area within education.
● Viability. The proposal should represent an achievable project within the tight time constraints required. More detail on the timeline is provided below.
● Scope of Interest. Papers of broad interest to scholars in a variety of specialty areas are greatly preferred.
● Organization and Coherence. The proposal should follow a logical structure, read clearly, and thoroughly represent the available research.
● Insight for Future Work. The proposal should convey important implications for future scholars.
● Timeliness/Contribution. Reviews should be on topics for which no recent reviews exist, and the proposal should emphasize how the review will contribute to knowledge in that area.
All submissions are reviewed by the Editorial Team and external reviewers. Each proposal is blind reviewed. Author information is not supplied to the reviewer. Submissions should be focused, well organized, effectively developed, c oncise, and appropriate for the readers. The style should be direct, clear, readable, and free from gender, political,
patriotic, or religious bias. The Editorial Team reserves the right to cancel a submission due to noncompliance at any point. For more detailed information, please contact email@example.com.