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Submit a Manuscript to the Journal
PRACTICE

For a Special Issue on
Marginalised voices in contemporary times: addressing inequities through professional education

Abstract deadline
28 February 2022

Manuscript deadline
30 June 2022

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Special Issue Editor(s)

Alex Kendall, Birmingham City University
[email protected]

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Marginalised voices in contemporary times: addressing inequities through professional education

Marginalised voices in contemporary times: addressing inequities through professional education

This special conference issue of Practice invites contributions that speak to any of our 2021 conference themes.

The impact of Covid-19 on reframing conversations regarding inequity in professional learning and practice education

How has the Covid -19 crisis reframed conversations about inequity in professional learning and practice education?

Responses to the Black Lives Matter Movement

How should professional learning and practitioner education respond to themes and areas of focus emerging from the Black Lives Matter movement

Explorations and insights into queer practitioner education, professional community, and their significance

What are significant influences and aspects of professional learning and practitioner education for queer educators?

Gender equality and equity, and its role in professional learning across international contexts

How do we keep gender equality and equity live in discussions around progressional learning? What is the urgency in doing so across international contexts?

Current models and conceptualisations of disability in professional learning and practitioner education and new models reframing the landscape

What models/conceptualisations of disability dominate professional learning and practitioner education? Whose interests do these serve? What new thinking do we need to do?

The risks of not considering issues of inequality and practitioner education

What are the risks associated with not paying attention to issues of inequality and practitioner education? Whose interests does practitioner education serve? What work does it do?

The role of human experiences, identities, and culture in professional learning and practitioner education

What is the role of human experiences, personal and social identities, and culture in professional learning and practitioner education?

Submission Instructions

Please submit 500 abstract to [email protected] with IPDA conference special issue in the subject line. Final papers to be submitted through the journal's submission site.

Submission of abstracts 28/02/22

Decisions on invitation to submit a full paper 07/03/21

Deadline for completed papers 30/06/22

Acceptance (subject to peer review) 31/07/22

Final submission 01/10/22

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