Call for proposals: Critical Questions in Education Conference

The 2023 Critical Questions in Education Conference will be held in San Diego, California, February 27—March 1, 2023 at the Westgate Hotel. The deadline for submitting proposals is December 12, 2022. Participants are invited to explore four conversation themes: Cleaning out the closet of educational ideas:  What to keep, and what to throw away – an examination of educational ideas and … Continue reading Call for proposals: Critical Questions in Education Conference

Call for papers: The Literacy and Urban Schools Journal

Spring 2023 Theme – Children’s and Young Adult Literature in Urban Schools In 1990, Dr. Rudine Sims Bishop coined the term Windows, Mirrors, and Sliding Glass doors in reference to diversity in children’s and young adult literature. This concept has been explored over the past 30 years within the research literature. However, there have been … Continue reading Call for papers: The Literacy and Urban Schools Journal

Digital Tools for Teaching

There are numerous digital tools available to use in teaching. Here are some that my students and I have used and recommended. Prices are accurate as of 11/9/2022, although some subscriptions are currently discounted. What do you use? Add your favorite tools in the comment box below. ToolApplicationURLPlatformCostClassroom response apps & surveysSurvey MonkeyAdministering surveys & … Continue reading Digital Tools for Teaching

How to Come Up with a Qualitative Research Topic That Brings You Light and Joy

This week's guest blogpost is from Tairan Qiu. Tairan is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Language and Literacy Education at the University of Georgia. To view the screencast, click here. You can read the full transcript below... Transcript Hi everyone, my name is Tairan Qiu and my pronouns are she/her/她. I am a … Continue reading How to Come Up with a Qualitative Research Topic That Brings You Light and Joy

In Defense of Democratic Qualitative Research Teams in the Neoliberal Academy

Join the UGA Qualitative Research Program for the UGA QUAL Lab Speaker Series In Defense of Democratic Qualitative Research Teams in the Neoliberal Academy Monday, October 31st from noon – 1 p.m. ESTZoom link registration: https://bit.ly/UGAQL01 Presented by: Amy Stich, Ph.D. – McBee Institute of Higher Education, University of Georgia Collin Case - McBee Institute … Continue reading In Defense of Democratic Qualitative Research Teams in the Neoliberal Academy

Call for papers: Special issue of Journal of Research Initiatives

Special Theme Issue Editors: Tiffany A. Flowers, Danielle Walker, Joy Valentine    Deadline for Submissions: November 1, 2022 CFP: The purpose of this special theme issue is to publish work related to the experience of Black, Indigenous, and other people of color inside and outside of educational institutions. As co-editors, we believe this encompasses the spectrum of P-Adult … Continue reading Call for papers: Special issue of Journal of Research Initiatives

QSR International: Upcoming workshops

QRS International is facilitating a number of free workshops. Click on the link to register. Situational Analysis Extending Grounded Theory October 25, 2022 - 12 PM EDT | 5 PM BST Presented by:Adele E. Clarke University of California, San Francisco and Rachel Washburn Loyola Marymount University   Situational analysis is an extension of grounded theory for … Continue reading QSR International: Upcoming workshops

Call for Papers: Journal of Environmental Studies and Science

Critical Energy Literacy: Intersectional Approaches to Research, Pedagogy, and ActivismManuscript submission deadline: January 31st, 2023Amidst the growing climate crisis, critically informed understanding of energy sources and associated socioenvironmental impacts is more important than ever. The theory of critical energy literacy was developed in response to such dynamics (Lowan-Trudeau and Fowler, 2022). Critical energy literacy employs … Continue reading Call for Papers: Journal of Environmental Studies and Science

Call for Papers: The Journal of Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education

Special Issue of The Journal of Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education: Studies of Migration, Integration, Equity, and Cultural Survival (DIME)Asian Diaspora Theorizing: Defying Racism~Re-imagining Alternate Nows~Invigorating Otherwise FuturesEditors: Ming Fang He, Suniti Sharma, Min Yu This special issue aims to feature the cutting-edge work of Asian diaspora educational workers who engage in diaspora theorizing wherein we rememorize … Continue reading Call for Papers: The Journal of Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education

Call for proposals: Philosophy and Theory in Higher Education

Special Issue: Foucault and Contemporary Theory in Higher Education: New approaches, theories, and conditions of possibility. Editors: Francesca Peruzzo and Aaron Kuntz  The idea behind this special issue is to expand Foucault's analytical toolbox, intersecting new epistemological and analytical approaches to explore and problematize the current situation of higher education. The special issue aims to make visible experiences, methods, practices, … Continue reading Call for proposals: Philosophy and Theory in Higher Education