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International Journal of School & Educational Psychology - Forthcoming from Routledge
09 October 2012
Taylor & Francis
AIMS AND SCOPE
The International Journal of School & Educational Psychology (IJSEP), the official journal of the International School Psychology Association (ISPA,seeks to bridge the gap between Eastern and Western psychology, special education, learning, and school-related practice. The journal emphasizes the publication of outstanding research articles, but will also consider literature reviews, and methodological or theoretical statements relating to important international school or education issues.While we realize that most learning takes place between ages 0 and 21, IJSEP also focuses on adult learning, special education services with individuals of all ages, and learning and schooling across the life-span.
CALL FOR PAPERS
1. Does your research have global implications?
2. Do your findings suggest how best to serve children, youth, and families?
3. Have you considered how you could (and perhaps should) help developing countries by providing evidence-based community services?
The International Journal of School & Educational Psychology (IJSEP), is now accepting papers. Researchers and practitioners are invited to contribute papers to the journal. IJSEP requires authors to follow the most recent APA Style Manual, meeting all stylistic and ethical guidelines. The Editor-in-Chief, Editors, and Editoral Board are made up of individuals from around the world and include prominent scientists, senior practitioners, and student reviewers. These individuals make recommendations about what articles should be published. The journal is unique in that it attempts to include the views of these different individuals.
The journal accepts empirical papers that contribute to the knowledge base of teaching, learning, schooling, cross-cultural psychology, school psychological services, applied educational psychology, assessment, special education, new models of instruction, and other related international topics. All forms of research are acceptable including quantitative and qualitative research such as case reports, single-subject designs, and empirical and longitudinal studies. Authors should describe the practical implications of all work submitted.
International Journal of School & Educational Psychology receives manuscript submissions electronically via its ScholarOne Manuscripts site located at: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ijsep. ScholarOne Manuscripts allows for rapid submission of original and revised manuscripts, and facilitates the review process and internal communication between authors, editors, and reviewers via a web-based platform. ScholarOne technical support can be accessed at http://scholarone.com/services/support/.