Presentation on theme: "Session 62.016: Journal Talks AERA, New Orleans 2011 Lynn Butler-Kisber, McGill University Mary Stewart, LEARN Foundation www.learning landscapes.ca."— Presentation transcript:
Session 62.016: Journal Talks AERA, New Orleans 2011 Lynn Butler-Kisber, McGill University Mary Stewart, LEARN Foundation www.learning landscapes.ca
LEARNing Landscapes Journal of education funded by the LEARN Foundation Free, online, open access, peer reviewed Combines theory and practice Embraces submissions from all educational voices: elementary & secondary students, teachers, principals, consultants, superintendents, and college and university professors Encourages submissions that use multiple forms of representation and push the boundaries of technology
LL journal structure Two themed issues per year Invited commentaries from eminent scholars in the area of the themed issue Accepts submissions from all educational stakeholders
Issues Student engagement (December 2007) Leadership (June 2008) Education and the Arts (December 2008) Curriculum (June 2009) Literacy (December 2009) Special eminent Canadians invited issue (June 2010) Poetry (December 2010) Inquiry (forthcoming June 2011) Mind, brain and education (forthcoming December 2011) Informal education (forthcoming June 2012)
Examples of commentaries Maya Angelou Jean Clandinin Marilyn Cochran-Smith & Susan Lytle Eleanor Duckworth Elliot Eisner Michelle Fine Maxine Greene Madeleine Grumet Jane Hirshfield Myer Horowitz David Johnston Prime Minister Paul Martin Nel Noddings Vivian Paley Keith Sawyer David Sousa John Stewig Julian Thompson John Willinsky Jane Yolen
Contact Lynn Butler-Kisber Editor email@example.com Mary Stewart Managing Editor firstname.lastname@example.org
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