Call for Papers: Emerging Voices in Education (EViE) Special Issue on Early Childhood Education
Call for Papers
Emerging Voices in Education: The Lisa and John McNichol Special Issue on Early Childhood Education
Deadline: May 30th, 2020
Guest Editor: Mariel Halpern
Editors: Brian Delaney and Tamara Galoyan, Drexel University
Emerging Voices in Education (EViE), a Drexel University School of Education initiative, will debut its
Special Issue this Spring 2020!
The editorial board encourages the “emerging voices in education”—graduate students and early
scholars1—to submit original yet nuanced perspectives that further cutting-edge debate in Early Childhood Education (ECE). We welcome submissions that harness integrative and diverse approaches to ECE research, theory, and practice across a broad range of disciplines and fields (e.g. Sociology,
Science, Learning Technologies, Engineering, Mathematics, Public Policy, and Global International
• Developmental perspectives with an emphasis on the effects of employment sponsorship and care and/or emphasis on developmentally appropriate learning practices (e.g., self-regulation, mindfulness, etc.)
• Caregiver-child interactions within and across contexts
• Diversity and inclusion in ECE
• International social policy perspectives that focus on the reconciliation of family and child-care matters
• Digital technologies (e.g., augmented reality) in ECE and their implications for professional development or general pedagogical practice EViE’s mission is to disseminate and promote outstanding international scholarship produced by
doctoral students within two years of their dissertation/thesis defense. It publishes original, double-blind peer-reviewed articles that utilize empirical, practitioner, and conceptual/theoretical research. It is believed to be the only known education journal to support this format.
• Deadline for submission is May 30 by 11:59 PM EDT. A graduate student or early researcher MUST be the first author. Advising or experienced professors can be listed as co-authors, but not primary authors.
• Relevance of the research to the field of ECE must either be explicitly stated in the paper or described in a separate section (at least one paragraph).
• Submitted manuscripts should range from 3,000 to 5,000 words (excluding references, tables, etc.) and adhere to APA 6th Edition Formatting and Style Guide. For additional submission guidelines and to access the submission portal, visit https://evie.soe.drexel.edu.
Twitter: @EViE Journal
1 Early researchers within two years of their dissertation/thesis defense data are eligible to submit.
Dates: 4/30/2020 - 5/30/2020