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With 566 journals now ranked in the JCR, SAGE continues to experience consistent growth within the reports, achieving a 30% increase over the past five years. In this year’s reports, over 100 SAGE journals have received a top 10 category rank.
Top 10 Highlights in Education include:
New to the Social Science Citation Index
Congratulations to Journal of Research in Music Education for inclusion in the Social Science Citation Index. JRME received its first Impact Factor of 0.895 this year.
New to the Emerging Sources Citation Index
Congratulations to our journals recently included for coverage in the Emerging Sources Citation Index! For free sample issues, please visit the journal homepages:
American String Teacher
The American String Teacher (AST) journal covers subjects of interest to those who teach stringed instruments and perform all types of music for strings. This award-winning journal keeps professionals up-to-date on the string profession and provides feature articles, instrument forums, and teaching tips, as well as association and industry news. The content applies to many levels of string teaching and performing including: K-12 school string and orchestra educators, pre-collegiate and collegiate studio teachers, music education professors, students, conductors, and performers.
String Research Journal
The String Research Journal (SRJ) represents the research community of the American String Teachers Association (ASTA). Each year the SRJ publishes reports of peer-reviewed original research related to string music teaching, learning, and performance. The journal considers quantitative, qualitative, historical, and philosophical research relevant to string settings—from early childhood study to the advanced private studio and string ensembles. It covers a wide range of topics including various aspects of string pedagogy and teaching practices, effective rehearsals, performance, history, and listener perception.
Western Colonial Expectations and Counter-narratives of Women and Education
This special issue explores the intersection of gender, globalization, and education. This special issue comes at a time when highlighting counter-hegemonic, competing, and non-Western perspectives and worldviews are particularly important; and where an issue that engages in conversations on gender and education that take place across continents and within a globalized space seem particularly meaningful.
The Computational Turn in Education Research: Critical and Creative Perspectives on the Digital Data Deluge
This special issue of Research in Education offers important critical analyses and creative options for education researchers working within a brave new world of live data and digital technologies.
Literacy and Early Reading
The Journal of Early Childhood Research offers a special collection on literacy and early reading, looking at family literacy programmes and provisions and how home environments facilitate learning.
Central and Eastern European Higher Education
This special issue provides a comparative, panoramic overview of the tremendous efforts CEE countries have undertaken to transform their previously ideologically driven, overregulated, inefficient HE systems into innovative conveyers of human capital for the 21st century economy.
The Politics of Immigration and Education
Politics of Education Association has dedicated this special issue of Educational Policy to addressing the contemporary politics of immigration and education across the preK-16 pipeline.
Journalism Education in the BRICS Countries
In the latest from JMCE, Kaarle Nordenstreng guest-edits this special section examining journalism education in each BRICS country (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) in both historical and contemporary contexts.
Power and Education
Power and Education is on Twitter! Follow for the latest news and research from the journal @PowerandEd
Introducing Structured Abstracts from the Journal of Experiential Education
Starting in 2017, the JEE has begun phasing in new guidelines for preparing abstracts. This new, structured format will help to make abstracts more accessible to academic and general audiences, so readers will have an easier time understanding the relevance of individual articles to their research and practical interests.
Journal of Research on Leadership Education
Congratulations to the Journal of Research on Leadership Education for its expansion to 4 issues per volume, starting in 2018!
When higher education is possible but not desirable: Widening participation and the aspirations of Australian Indigenous school students by Jennifer Gore, Sally Patfield, Kathryn Holmes Maxwell Smith, Adam Lloyd, Maree Gruppetta, Natasha Weaver and Leanne Fray
Influence of the Home Linguistic Environment on Early Language Development by Natalie H. Brito
Adult student preferences: Instructor characteristics conducive to successful teaching by Lindsay A Phillips, Carolyn Baltzer, Lisa Filoon and Cynthia Whitley
The Gap Within the Gap: Using Longitudinal Data to Understand Income Differences in Educational Outcomes by Katherine Michelmore and Susan Dynarski
Music in the early years: Pathways into the social world by Beatriz Ilari
Educating for Democracy in a Partisan Age by Joseph Kahne and Benjamin Bowyer
Virtual Theme Collection Essay: “The Evolution of Experiential Learning Theory: tracing Lines of Research in the JEE” by Jayson Seaman, Mike Brown and John Quay
Perceptions on gender-based differences in educational leadership by Fakhra Aziz, Qudsia Kalsoom, Uzma Quraishi and Sibte Hasan
Subject coordinators as boundary managers by Anit Somech and Manar Naamneh
Student Enrollment Patterns and Achievement in Ohio’s Online Charter Schools by June Ahn and Andrew McEachin
Narrative career counselling: A tension between potential, popular appeal, and proof
Researchers are invited to submit manuscripts on innovative approaches to narrative career counselling and on research directed towards building its evidence base. Thought provoking manuscripts that challenge readers to engage critically with the practice of narrative career counselling and make suggestions for its way forward are encouraged.
Arts-based research methodologies in studies with children and families
The Journal of Early Childhood Research calls for papers for a special issue on arts-based research methodologies in studies with children and families. The journal welcomes original and innovative approaches to understanding this area of early childhood education.
Citizenship, Social and Economics Education
CSEE provides a focus for scholarly and professional studies in the fields of education, socialisation, curriculum development and aspects of economics, sociology, politics and social psychology.
Leadership As Praxis in Public and Private Settings within Marketised Early Childhood Systems
This special issue contributes to emerging global literature on early childhood leadership theory and practice by utilising a broadly-defined framework of leadership as praxis – “reflection and action upon the orld in order to transform it”, requiring leaders to make thoughtful yet practical judgment about how to act within particular situations.
Submissions Deadline: 15th April 2018
Adult Education Quarterly Call for Papers
AEQ is currently interested in student research exploring a broad range of topics in the field of adult education. We are primarily interested in dissertation level research with a focus on empirically based studies. Our intent is to facilitate an opportunity for student research in the field of adult education to be highlighted and shared.
European Physical Education Review
Submit to European Physical Education Review - now with an Impact Factor of 1.921 and ranked 37 out of 236 Education & Educational Research journals!
The theme for the 2017 conference is “Adult Education: One Chorus of Many Different Voices". One of the great strengths of our organization is the breadth of experience and knowledge that exists among our membership. Join us in Memphis, Tennessee for an opportunity to network, learn, and exchange ideas with other Adult Educators.
Date: October 31 - November 3
The 31st Annual UCEA Convention theme, Echando Pa’lante: School Leaders (Up)rising as Advocates and (Up)lifting Student Voices, is intended to encourage opportunities for reflective dialogue regarding the educational contexts that students, teachers, principals, and superintendents will be facing within a changing national climate and its impact on educational policy.
Date: November 15-19, 2017
LRA’s 67th conference will focus on literacy research for expanding meaningfulness. Join us in Tampa!
Date: November 29 - December 2, 2017
This year’s conference theme, “Still We Rise for Equity, Opportunity, and Inclusion,” shows the resilience of individuals with disabilities and their families across the lifespan. Conference attendees will celebrate their passion for disability rights, civil rights, and human rights while exploring inclusive communities, schools, and workplaces that support people with disabilities, including those with complex support needs.
Date: November 29 - December 2, 2017
Special Education in Contemporary Society: An Introduction to Exceptionality by Richard M. Gargiulo and Emily C. Bouck
EdPsych Modules by Cheryl Cisero Durwin and Marla Reese-Weber
Parents and Families of Students With Special Needs: Collaborating Across the Age Span by Vicki A. McGinley and Melina Alexander