Manuscript Length: 5000 to 7000 words
Abstract: Please send an abstract of 100 words to Patricia.Cranton@gmail.com by Oct 15, 2013.
Due Date for Submission of the Manuscript: Please send your full manuscript draft to Patricia.Cranton@gmail.com by January 1, 2014.
Process: You will receive comments on your abstract by October 22, 2013. The special issue will be number 2 in 2014.
The mission of the International Journal of Adult Vocational Education and Technology (IJAVET) is to advance the understanding, practice, and research within career and technical education (CTE), adult education, and technology.
Adult vocational education includes the fields of Agriculture Education, Family and Consumer Science (formerly home economics), Technical Education, Health Care Education, Technology Education, Industrial Education, and Vocational Guidance.
Transformative learning theory describes the process by which adult learners critically question and revise their habits of mind so that they become more open, permeable, and better justified.
In this special issue, we are looking for both conceptual and research-based articles related to how transformative learning occurs in adult vocational education.
IJAVET delivers high quality academic articles that are engaging, thought provoking, participative, and reflective spanning a wide spectrum of related issues. Providing original and creative ideas based on results of research, this journal supports a variety of methods and approaches, including both conceptual and research-based articles.
International Journal of Adult Vocational Education and Technology
The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health invites eligible organizations in Texas to respond to this request for proposals (RFP) to fund mental health research projects conducted by tenure-track assistant professors. The goals of this initiative are to increase the pool of junior faculty engaged in quality mental health research and to encourage the disbursement of research findings to other researchers, policy makers and service providers through presentations at state and national conferences and meetings.
Visit our website to view proposal details including eligibility, deadlines and submission information. Please read the request for proposals thoroughly before submitting a proposal. We encourage you to forward this invitation to others who may be eligible or interested.
The Hogg Foundation advances recovery and wellness in Texas by supporting mental health services, policy analysis, research and public education. The foundation was created in 1940 by the children of former Texas Governor James S. Hogg, and is part of the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement at The University of Texas at Austin.
Texas-based 501(c)(3) entities, universities and governmental organizations.
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