CALL FOR CHAPTER SUBMISSIONS: Breaking the Mold of Classroom Management
CALL FOR CHAPTER SUBMISSIONS by Dr. Andrea Honigsfeld and Dr. Audrey Cohan
This call for submissions is seeking chapters for the final volume in a five-part series entitled Breaking the Mold. The first three books are published and are available through Rowman and Littlefield at https://rowman.com/Action/Search/RLPG/audrey%20cohan.
Currently, we have several invited chapters and now we are soliciting unpublished chapter submissions of approximately 2,500 words through an open invitation. The title of this volume is Breaking the Mold of Classroom Management: Innovative and Successful Practices for the 21st Century. As with the previous books, we are seeking a range of narratives (or documentary accounts) representing varied educational contexts from around the United States and the world. As the title suggests, this edited book aims to offer a collection of innovative ideas representing best practices in classroom management from authors of diverse experiences and backgrounds.
The accepted chapters will focus on classroom organization, community building, routines and rituals, or the logistics of managing the 21st century classroom. In addition, we are also interested in chapters that address anti-bullying practices, social-emotional learning, self-regulation, and other related practices—thus interpreting classroom management in a much broader sense than behavior management or discipline. This final volume must distinctly focus on the above-mentioned themes. Please note that student engagement, motivation, and empowerment were the three dominant themes in the previous volume, which is currently in press.
We are looking for chapters which share authentic, research-based, successful practices that break the mold of management practices. Please contact us at email@example.com or you can call Dr. Audrey Cohan with questions at 516-678 5000 X6284. The target deadline for complete chapter submissions is January 15th, 2013.
Dates: 11/15/2012 - 1/30/2013