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Manuscript deadline
01 June 2021

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Kappa Delta Pi Record

Special Issue Editor(s)

Christopher Tienken, Seton Hall University
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International Perspectives on Professional Learning

The Kappa Delta Pi Record is seeking original manuscripts from teams of educators from the Pre-K through university levels on education practices that transcend national boundaries, cultures, and contexts to inform the professional learning of educators. Preference will be given to comparative writings from author teams comprised of educators from two or more countries.

All submissions must be based on research and applicable to Pre-K to 12 settings. Feature articles should focus on practical application of ideas in classrooms. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, mentoring, formal professional learning, informal professional learning, networking & learning on social media, coaching, work-life balance, online learning, pursuing a masters and doctorate, and collaborative learning.

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Submission Instructions

Please use code 581 at the beginning of your manuscript title.

Manuscripts can be submitted in one of these categories:

  • In My View professional commentaries (1,200–1,800 words)
  • Curriculum Connections (1,200–1,800 words)
  • Feature articles (2,500–3,500 words)

Publication date: January 2022 (Volume 58, No. 1)

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