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Submission Categories

The Journal of Career Education Principles and Practices invites submissions in the following categories:

Research (2,500-3,750 words)
Practice (2,000-3,000 words)
Stories/Notes (500-1,000 words)
Essays (500 words maximum)

 

Research (2,500-3,750 words)

Submissions should be theory-based articles that are understandable by a broad audience; that demonstrate research in career-based education classrooms, leadership, instructional methods, or other areas regarding career-based education settings. These submissions should be concerned with innovative methods of teaching, managing or organizing in career-focused institutions. The journal encourages research articles that focus on educational practices (innovative methods in teaching, student learning, motivation, etc) that help students learn and that have practical implications for instructors to implement. Moreover, articles that focus on methods to promote active learning, meta-cognition, critical thinking, and self-motivation are strongly encouraged. Articles that focus on leadership and organizational management trends – values, thinking, vision, missions, culture, social interactions, networks, and ethics- are also strongly encouraged.

Practice (2,000-3,000 words)

Submissions that focus on innovate methods that are currently being used in any context are encouraged. Articles that discuss effective practices, new approaches to practices, or practices that challenge the traditional, accepted methods but are used as a means to expand current methods are welcomed.     

Stories/Notes (500-1,000 words)

Stories should offer deep thoughts about career education principles and practices: teaching and learning, enrollment management, student services, financial services, accreditation, and management and leadership. This category is designed to foster debate and to encourage divergent thinking. We encourage provocative, stimulating thoughts, opinions, and perspectives regarding all aspects of career education.

Essays (500 words maximum)

This journal encourages short responses to articles published under any category. We also encourage authors to respond to these responses in return. This is to foster a dialog and develop a community of inquiry within career education colleges and universities. Reponses should be thoughtful, critical, provocative, appropriate, and challenging to an author and to other readers. 

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