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EJOLTS SPECIAL ISSUE DEC 2013 AND CALL FOR PAPERS

posted Dec 27, 2013, 11:56 AM by Joseph Shosh   [ updated Dec 27, 2013, 11:56 AM by Margaret Riel ]
EJOLTS can be accessed freely through http://ejolts.net We are celebrating its 5th year and launching into 2014 with the publication of a special issue and calling for papers for the 2014 issues. The June 2014 issue will comprise papers from living-theory researchers working in diverse fields and the December 2014 will particularly be themed by contributions from living-theory researchers in Health.

We hope as you read this latest issue you will feel inspired to contribute to a transformational global movement for the flourishing of humanity by submitting your paper to EJOLTS http://ejolts.net/submission. In engaging with the open review process (accessed from http://ejolts.org) we can each learn from and with one another in the living-boundaries between fields of practice and cultural contexts and develop our democratic ways of creating our living-theory accounts together.

EJOLTs continues to push the frontiers of academic publishing through its support of multimedia narratives and its open, academically rigorous, review process. The December 2013 issue takes us another step forward with practitioners researching their democratic way of creating an issue together. All the papers comprising the special December 2013 issue can be accessed freely from http://ejolts.net/node/209.

Foreword
Moira Laidlaw

Introduction to Living Theory Action Research in a Culture of Inquiry Settings transforms learning in elementary, high school and  post-graduate settings.
Elizabeth Campbell, Jacqueline Delong, Cathy Griffin & Jack Whitehead

Evolving a living-educational-theory within the living boundaries of cultures-of-inquiry.
Jack Whitehead.

Transforming teaching and learning through living-theory action research in a culture-of-inquiry.
Jacqueline Delong.

The heART of learning: Creating a loving culture-of-inquiry to enhance self-determined learning in a high school classroom.
 Elizabeth Campbell.

Transforming teaching and learning practice by inviting students to become evaluators of my practice.
Cathy Griffin.

The significance of Living Theory Action Research in a Culture of Inquiry transforms learning in elementary, high school and post-graduate settings.
Elizabeth Campbell, Jacqueline Delong, Cathy Griffin & Jack Whitehead.

I hope you enjoy this latest issue of EJOLTs and feel moved to contribute to the next.

Looking forward to hearing from you and wishing you much happiness in 2014.

Jackie Delong
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