The History Teacher invites submission of original papers in the broad area of online education with a particular emphasis on history instruction and curriculum. Papers can address pedagogy and student learning, as well as assessment, content, technical and logistical matters for the February 2014 special issue. Submissions can focus on experiences in fully online, hybrid and ‘flip’ courses in history education. The journal is hoping to publish papers that will represent a breadth of experiences—and the perspectives of advocates and critics-- with online history education.
The History Teacher is the most widely recognized journal in the United States supporting all areas of history education, pre-collegiate through university-level, with practical and insightful professional analyses of both traditional and innovative teaching techniques. The History Teacher is one of the key journals in the field of history education and research.
Full manuscripts must be submitted by September 1, 2013 and will be subject to double-blind review and assessed for relevance to the special issue. Accepted papers will be published in the February 2014 issue of The History Teacher.
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