Brock Education Journal issues call for papers

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Brock Education Journal issues call for papers

Published on September 30 2011

Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice, an on-line Open Access peer-reviewed journal with a current acceptance rate just under 40%, is currently seeking manuscripts for consideration. Specifically, the journal is interested in publishing scholarly papers that focus on practitioner inquiry (in schools, universities and beyond) and the experiences of teachers, teacher educators and learners.

Editor Julian Kitchen invites scholars to take explore the five practitioner-oriented issues previously edited (Spring 2009, Fall 2009, Spring 2010, Fall 2010 and Spring 2011), as well as the upcoming Fall 2011 issue, due for upload in early December 2011.

Readers are also encouraged to register with Brock Education to receive notifications when new issues are published. Scholars may also sign up to act as a reviewer.

A General Call for Papers
We encourage teachers, teacher educators and university instructors interested in inquiring into practice to consider submitting manuscripts to Brock Education.

Articles submitted in late 2011 and early 2012 will be considered for the Spring and Fall 2012 issues.
Manuscripts guidelines
• No more than 6500 words in length, not including references.
• Conform to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th Edition).
• Footnotes are not to be used.
• Tables and figures should be kept to a minimum and appended.

*More manuscript and submission details appear on the Brock Education website at

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