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Call for Papers
The John Dewey Society and The Journal of School & Society announce: A Call for Public Scholarship: Issue #5: Are we really ‘bout that life’?: Urban educators as activists in, and for, their urban school communities
The aim of this special issue of the Journal of School & Society is to explore and unpack the role of urban teachers as community advocates for social justice. As people working to ensure a more equitable urban society, this issue seeks to better understand how you believe urban educators can assist residents in their community- based struggles. What does authentic partnership look like? What would the outcomes be if urban educators fought alongside urban residents? What promise does such educator-resident hold?
Please see submission requirements here. Submissions and inquiries should be emailed to Keith Benson, Guest Editor of The Journal of School & Society and Secondary Educator at Camden High School in Camden, New Jersey. Keith’s email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due: February 1, 2017
For additional information: download Call for Papers
Special Issue on Grit, Hope and the New Character Education
Volume 3, Issue 2 (2016)
Success [cover illustration]
APA Citation: Tucker, B. (2016). Success [Cover photo]. The Journal of School & Society, 3(2).
Grit, Hope and the New Character Education
Kyle Greenwalt, Jared Kemling, & Zane Wubbena
APA Citation: Greenwalt, K., Kemling, J., & Wubbena, Z. (2016). Grit, hope and the new character education. The Journal of School & Society, 3(2), 1–4.
THE AFFORDANCES AND LIMITATIONS OF GRIT
Always on My Grind: Passion and Perseverance Among Low-Income Youth
APA Citation: Zaino, K. (2016). Always on my grind: Passion and perseverance among low-income youth. The Journal of School & Society, 3(2), 5–10.
The Radical Middle: The Limits and Advantages of Teaching Grit in Schools
APA Citation: Bell-Robinson, V. (2016). The radical middle: The limits and advantages of teaching grit in schools. The Journal of School & Society, 3(2), 11–17.
Roses in Concrete: A Perspective on how Agency and Grit can Foster the Success of All Students, Especially those Most Disadvantaged
APA Citation: Kundu, A. (2016). Roses in concrete: A Perspective on how agency and grit can foster the success of all students, especially those most disadvantaged. The Journal of School & Society, 3(2), 18–31.
PRAGMATIST HABITS OF HOPE
Teaching Hope: Cultivating Pragmatist Habits
Lori Foote & Sarah Stitzlein
APA Citation: Foote, L., & Stitzlein, S. (2016). Teaching hope: Cultivating pragmatist habits. The Journal of School & Society, 3(2), 32–40.
Dynamic Habits and Education: Intellectual and Ethical Dimensions
APA Citation: James, C. (2016). Dynamic habits and education: intellectual and ethical dimensions. The Journal of School & Society, 3(2), 41–48.
Bridging Definitions: Looking Across Research Paradigms to Cultivate Hope
APA Citation: Brown, G. (2016). Bridging definitions: Looking across research paradigms to cultivate hope. The Journal of School & Society, 3(2), 49–57.
‘The Task Here Before Us Is Neither New nor Easy’: William Blatz and Progressive Education at the Institute for Child Study in Toronto
Theodore Michael Christou
APA Citation: Christou, T. M. (2016). ‘The Task Here Before Us Is Neither New nor Easy’: William Blatz and progressive education at the institute for child study in Toronto. The Journal of School & Society, 3(2), 58–65.
Finding Hope in an Anxious Time: Education in the Age of the Great Acceleration
APA Citation: Militzer, D. (2016). Finding hope in an anxious time: Education in the age of the great acceleration. The Journal of School & Society, 3(2), 66–71.
VOICES FROM THE FRONT LINES OF INTELLIGENT CHARACTER EDUCATION
Moral Oppression & A Vision for Outlaw Emotions
Becky L. Noël Smith
APA Citation: Noël Smith, B. L. (2016). Moral oppression & a vision for outlaw emotions. The Journal of School & Society, 3(2), 72–82.
Éduquer à la démocratie et au militantisme
APA Citation: Duclos, A-M. (2016). Éduquer à la démocratie et au militantisme. The Journal of School & Society, 3(2), 83–87.
PDSA in Education: Creating the Home Library Project Using QI Practices
APA Citation: Fiorelli, K. (2016). PDSA in education: Creating the home library project using QI practices. The Journal of School & Society, 3(2), 88–94.