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ETAS Journal Summer 2022: Call for submissions

Edition: Summer 2022

Focus: Young learners

Focus Editors: Hannah McCulloch & Naomi Eichenberger-Hughes

Contact: publications@e-tas.ch

Deadline: Monday 21 March 2022

ETAS Journal invites submissions to its Summer 2022 edition, “Focus: Young Learners” and welcomes all topics related to teaching and learning (English), training, academic research and practical ideas in the Early Years, primary and secondary school classrooms including, but not limited to:

  • Methodologies past and present - CLIL, Communicative Language Teaching, Total Physical Response, Project-Based Learning, outdoor education, online and blended learning, alternative pedagogies, i.e. Montessori, Steiner, Waldorf, etc.
  • Teaching literacy
  • Teaching through art, music, storytelling, Information Technology, physical education and other subjects
  • Classroom management
  • Planning and assessment
  • From the learners - perspectives on their learning journey
  • From the parents - what do they wish to see in their child’s education?
  • From the educators - a typical day in the young learner classroom
  • Special Education Needs - how do we best cater to all learners?
  • Teaching and learning in the pandemic
  • The future of teaching and learning to young learners

We also welcome reviews of the latest classroom and reference materials. Please visit https://www.e-tas.ch/journal/guidelines/etas-journal-book-review-guideli... for more information.

SUBMISSIONS

Submissions may be either:

1. FULL-LENGTH ARTICLES
Conceptual, research-based, or theoretical arguments that bridge theory and practice in the integrated skills of reading and listening.  

Word count: 2,000 (maximum, including references).

2. DESCRIPTIONS & REFLECTIONS

Descriptions of, or reflections on, teaching techniques or activities, teaching methods, best practices, professional development, and other useful information, including target audiences, materials, resources, and procedures. 

Word count: 1,500 (maximum, including references).

All submissions must include a 50-word abstract, a brief author’s biography and recent photo, and a postal address. 

Articles should not include “commercial” text selling, promoting, or endorsing products or services.

FORMAT:

Submissions must be in MS Word format and sent as an email attachment.

●      Size: A4 page size (vertical)

●      Font: Arial, 12-point font, black, left justified

●      Spacing: 1.5 lines

●      Do not use columns, indents or frames.

●      Do not use Headers or Footers.

●      Tables and diagrams must be formatted in MS Word.

●      Other illustrative material should be sent separately by mail and be black on white.

●      Photographs must be in JPEG format.

REFERENCES

The ETAS Journal follows the APA 6th Edition Reference Style Guide.

Sample formats for both in-text citations and references are available online at: http://owll.massey.ac.nz/referencing/apa-interactive.php

Please see ETAS Journal issues after 2011 for examples.

In-text citations must be included in the Reference List.

Contributors will receive one complimentary copy of the ETAS Journal.