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Addresses the diversification, modernization and improvement of education. It studies the development of educational structures, processes and practices, including the integration and use of digital technologies, oriented towards the promotion of socially relevant learning. Attention is given to two central problems: quality of learning, considering issues related to the acquisition and development of competences and skills; and inclusion, addressing the ongoing engagement with diversity.
Change Forces in Education
Deals with the issues of coordination, steering and monitoring of change in education systems. Attention is given to two central problems: the professional development in education professions, particularly focusing on the socialization and training processes of teachers and other educators; and the processes and effects of participation and accountability in the governance of education systems, particularly focusing on the construction, implementation and assessment of educational public policies.
Critical approaches in Educational Technology
[thematic issue] Edited by Marina Bazzo de Espíndola (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil) e Mariona Grané (Universitat de Barcelona, Spain)
[NEW] submission deadline: January 31, 2023
| To be published in October 2023
Summary: This monograph sets out to collect productions from the field of research in education and technologies from a critical perspective, with the aim of deepening our understanding of the implications and possibilities of ICT in and for the educational context. For this purpose, we are seeking contributions concerning three areas of the Education-ICT relationship: Training of subjects (teachers, students, citizens in general), The development of educational technologies, and Educational research from the critical perspective.
Class matters: social class and adult education
[thematic issue] Edited by Barbara Merrill [Emeritus reader at the Centre for Lifelong Learning, University of Warwick, United Kingdom] and Fergal Finnegan [Department of Adult and Community Education, Maynooth University, National University of Ireland, Ireland]
[NEW] submission deadline: March 30, 2023
| To be published in February 2024
| This special issue only accepts submissions in english (U.K.).
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