|Students across the globe interact with a diversity of cultures and perspectives in and out of the classroom at a much higher rate than any generation before them. The demands and outcomes of global interconnectedness have led classroom educators, school leadership, teacher educators, and researchers to rethink what students need to learn and be able to do as members of a globally interdependent world. As a result, preparing students to participate as informed and responsible players within complex and unequal global systems must be an integral component of K-16 global education.
The Journal of Social Studies Education Research issues a call for a special issue dedicated to theoretical, researchbased, and practitioner oriented work on teaching and learning that bring social studies and global citizenship education together. If you are interested in contributing to this issue, please send Dr. Jason Harshman (email@example.com) and Dr. Emin Kilinç (firstname.lastname@example.org) an abstract of your proposed article. The Guest Editors welcome inquiries regarding article ideas and manuscripts that explore an array of topics related to teaching, learning, and research in global education that include, but are not limited to:
Global citizenship and the place of global education in social studies curriculum and related subject matters;
Teaching and learning of human rights education, sustainability education, peace education, social justice education, or service learning within social studies and global education;
Case studies or examinations of classroom practices that include the integration of technology, project-based learning, literacy, and more within global citizenship education;
Multi-disciplinary approaches to teaching and learning in global education;
Global citizenship education through transcultural communications and experiential learning;
Global education in social studies teacher education and professional development.
Authors whose abstracts are accepted will be expected to submit a final manuscript by June 1, 2016 that is formatted in accordance with the Author Guidelines provided by JSSER (http://jsser.org/about/submissions#authorGuidelines). Each submission will be peer reviewed and edited to meet the journal’s specifications for publication. Please note: positive review of an abstract does not mean automatic acceptance of the full paper. The guest editors and JSSER editorial staff reserve the right not to publish papers if the full paper is not written to the journal’s standards and expectations.
Timeline and Submission Guidelines:
Interested authors should email an abstract to the Guest Editors by January 15, 2016 that includes the following items:
Author Information: Name(s), position(s), mailing address(es), phone number(s), and e-mail address(es). Please
note the corresponding author for the submission.
Title of proposed article.
Article abstract (500 words maximum): Including type of research, approach, connection to the issue theme, and
intended audience (Elementary, Secondary, Higher Education). Please include if your proposal is theoretical,
research, or practitioner oriented.
A bio of no more than 100 words for each author.
Proposal abstracts due March 15, 2016
Authors informed of decision April 15, 2016
Manuscript submission due August 1, 2016
Peer review by October 1, 2016
Revision and resubmission by November 15, 2016
Publication Winter 2016/2017
All proposals should be emailed with the subject line: “JSSER Special Issue – Global Education - LAST NAME” to both guest editors.
Jason Harshman, Ph.D.
University of Iowa (U.S.A.)
Department of Teaching and Learning
College of Education
N287 Lindquist Center
240 S. Madison Street
Iowa City, IA 52242
Emin KILINÇ, Ph.D.
Dumlupınar University (Turkey)
College of Education
Department of Primary Education (Social Studies Education)
Evliya Çelebi Yerleşkesi