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Brock Education examines diversity issues

Posted by Samantha on Dec 12th, 2011 and filed under Briefs. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

Brock Education coverThe most recent issue of Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice is now available online.

Five of the six articles featured in this issue deal with diversity issues.? To read the articles, just visit the website and register.

Brock Education is a peer-reviewed Canadian journal published twice a year. It welcomes papers from authors with an interest in the research and practice of teaching and learning at all levels:

  • elementary and secondary schools
  • teacher education and teacher development
  • higher education and adult education
  • education in the community or workplace

The journal is an open-access forum for educators and scholars to disseminate their work and make a substantial contribution to the field in Canada and around the world.

Volume 21(1) is the first issue of Brock Education to feature cover art by Peter Vietgen, the journal’s art editor and an associate professor in the Faculty of Education. Each issue will feature a new photograph Vietgen has taken at Brock.

Julian Kitchen is the journal’s editor and Catherine Longboat, former editorial assistant, is now assistant editor.

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