NYAPE Research Journal Calls For Manuscripts on Remote Learning
To learn more about the NYAPE Research Journal’s call for manuscripts on remote learning, read their language below:
Call for Manuscripts
Due to the current pandemic of Covid-19 which has impacted life unlike many of us have ever witnessed, the editors of The New York Academy of Public Education Research Journal have decided to include a new section in its professional journal called Case Review. This section will be devoted to exemplary programs in Remote Learning. Since many educators have not had prior experience in this area, programs in various districts, schools and institutions of higher education were quite varied. In this new section, we will publish articles reflecting high caliber and effective programs. Principals, assistant principals or other administrators on a district level and professors, assistant/associate professors or other officers in higher education, are invited to submit papers. Membership in The Academy is not required. This peer reviewed article must conform to the standards of a research manuscript, including a reference section. Ideas to consider should include:
An introduction to the school organization, the instructional plan, and the distance learning program.
School Organization: school demographics; school location; and school population.
Subjects and grades in program – description of teachers and students (for higher education programs, general description of the major areas taught – e.g. Political Science, Chemistry, Forensic Science, School Leadership and Administration, etc.).
Describe the school Instructional Plan.
Describe the Remote Learning Instructional Plan.
Professional Development challenges with the Remote Learning platform, including follow-up and time taken for PD and to achieve competence.
Degree of collaboration with other staff.
Contacts with students including methods and time spans.
Describe the Remote Learning types of assessment included in the lessons or program.
How is differentiation included?
How did blended instruction for IEP students enter into consideration for this program?
How well integrated is the distance learning platform with the school/district/college program or curriculum and what was the process?
How might your remote learning program be improved upon?
The above are only suggestions for thoughts about the organization of the article. You are free to include any additional ideas for a well constructed program on either the district or college level of instruction. The article should be limited to a MAXIMUM of 15,000 words and include a reference section directly related to content in the article.
Further information may be obtained by contacting Dr. John Jangl, Journal Editor-in-Chief by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 914-320-7877. Since the current plan is to publish the Research Journal in mid-October (depending on shut down conditions), the deadline for submission of the initial article will be August 15, 2020. The results of the peer review will be then sent to the author(s) for any possible editing.