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Abstracts due 30th September 2019
Special Issue Call for Papers
Harnessing Creativity in Changing Times: Risk, Resilience and Professional Learning
We invite submissions for a special edition of Practice that responds to the themes of our 2019 conference. What is creativity in the context of professional learning? Do we need it?
What are the associated risks and benefits?
- for practitioners?
- for learners?
- for research and researchers?
Is there a relationship between creativity and resilience?
Editors: Hazel Bryan, Alex Kendall
Please submit your abstract to Admin@Ipda.org.uk with Practice Volume 2, Issue 2 in the subject line by 30th September 2019. The abstract should be a self-contained statement that communicates the purpose, scope, findings and/or implications and conclusions of the work. It is particularly important that you clearly outline how your submission constitutes a significant and original contribution to knowledge and/or practice and how the work itself was conducted in a rigorous way.
For further information about Practice: Contemporary Issues in Practitioner Education, its aims and scope, and its peer review policy, please see Journal Homepage
Notification to authors – 31st October 2019
Completion of full paper – 31st March 2020
Feedback from Reviewers – 31st May 2020
Amended final draft – 30th June 2020
Publication date – November 2020
Submissions are welcome from authors who have submitted to the conference but contributions from colleagues not able to attend are also welcome.
Practice: Contemporary Issues in Practitioner Education
Publisher: Taylor and Francis