Call for Papers 2016: MIE, Journal of Education

The Mauritius Institute of Education (MIE) Journal of Education is international, multi-disciplinary and peer-refereed. The intention is to provide a platform for the publication of scholarship, empirical investigations and research in numerous areas of education. Contributions may represent a variety of theoretical perspectives and different methodological approaches, and may refer to any age level, from infants to adults and to a diversity of learning and instructional settings, from laboratory experiments to field studies. This issue’s call for papers will focus on "Curriculum Reform".


The Journal of Education invites original papers/manuscripts related to Curriculum Reform under the following themes:


• Convergences and Divergences in curriculum thinking planning and implementation across contexts and educational levels

• Technology-driven pedagogical renewal 

• Learners’ voice in the curriculum reform process 

• Curriculum reform and Global Citizenship, Diversity and Social Justice Agendas


The extended date for submission is the 17 October 2016. For more details, please find attached the Call for papersthe Guideline to authors. and the MIE Journal of Education Style Guide.

 

 

Members of the Editorial Board:
Editor-in-Chief
·         Mike Watts, Brunel University (UK)
Editors
·         Brinda Oogarah-Pratap, Mauritius Institute of Education
·         Carol Robinson, University of Brighton (UK)
·         Gwen Ineson, Brunel University (UK)
·         Hyleen Mariaye, Mauritius Institute of Education 
·         Päivi Palojoki , University of Helsinki (Finland)
·         Yashwant Ramma, Mauritius Institute of Education
Copy and Technical Editor
·         Pascal Nadal, Mauritius Institute of Education
Administrative Support
·        Neelam B. Bheem Singh, Mauritius Institute of Education

Members of the Editorial Board:

Editor-in-Chief

  • Mike Watts, Brunel University (UK)


Editors

  • Brinda Oogarah-Pratap, Mauritius Institute of Education
  • Carol Robinson, University of Brighton (UK)
  • Gwen Ineson, Brunel University (UK)
  • Hyleen Mariaye, Mauritius Institute of Education
  • Päivi Palojoki , University of Helsinki (Finland)
  • Yashwant Ramma, Mauritius Institute of Education

 
Copy and Technical Editor

  • Pascal Nadal, Mauritius Institute of Education

 
Administrative Support

  • Neelam B. Bheem Singh, Mauritius Institute of Education