Culture / International

New Issue of Childhood Explorer

By: Swampish

The Spring 2014 issue of Childhood Explorer is available hereChildhood Explorer is an online publication that captures the diverse experiences of childhood and the issues that affect children around the world.

Childhood Explorer

According to the editors: “In the pages of Childhood Explorer, we seek to publish stories about all aspects of children’s lives in varying circumstances. We will share personal reflections about the challenges children around the world face and overcome, descriptions of the programs and individuals that strive to address children’s needs and protect their rights, and inspirational and intriguing accounts of childhood in all its diversity and wonder.”

The new issue features stories about childhoods lived in El Salvador, Haiti, India, and Nepal, and deals with various issues that touch children’s lives, such as education, religion, and understanding the death of a loved one.

Check it out, and read more about the Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI) here.

Call for Manuscripts:

We invite you to submit short, 1- to 3-page, articles for consideration. We are seeking narrative,
conversational articles that stay focused on a personal story of childhood, while connected to a
global issue
concerning childhood and children’s education.

 

Topics of interest are:

• Daily life of a child in a particular geographic location/culture/socioeconomic situation/life circumstance

• NGO initiatives to support children’s well-being and education

• Programs/approaches and how they work through real-life application

 

Global trends in education:

• Partnerships  • Global shifts in language use/cultural practices  • Global citizenship
• Changes in teacher education  • Privatization  • Distance learning – technical expertise/infrastructure
• Green schools  • Classroom technology  • Character education/community service
• International baccalaureate  • Global education in curriculums, standards  • Funding
• Home language/ESL/Bilingual  • How is education being delivered  • School security  • Legal issues

 

Global trends affecting childhood:

• Climate change  • Conflict and disaster  • Poverty and alleviation efforts  • Global health

• Population growth  • Migration  • Globalization

 

Please see author guidelines and samples of the writing style and content we are seeking.
For more information about this publication, contact editorial@acei.org.

– See more at: http://www.acei.org/acei-publications/childhood-explorer#sthash.nTLvDO4a.dpuf

Call for Manuscripts:

We invite you to submit short, 1- to 3-page, articles for consideration. We are seeking narrative,
conversational articles that stay focused on a personal story of childhood, while connected to a
global issue
concerning childhood and children’s education.

 

Topics of interest are:

• Daily life of a child in a particular geographic location/culture/socioeconomic situation/life circumstance

• NGO initiatives to support children’s well-being and education

• Programs/approaches and how they work through real-life application

 

Global trends in education:

• Partnerships  • Global shifts in language use/cultural practices  • Global citizenship
• Changes in teacher education  • Privatization  • Distance learning – technical expertise/infrastructure
• Green schools  • Classroom technology  • Character education/community service
• International baccalaureate  • Global education in curriculums, standards  • Funding
• Home language/ESL/Bilingual  • How is education being delivered  • School security  • Legal issues

 

Global trends affecting childhood:

• Climate change  • Conflict and disaster  • Poverty and alleviation efforts  • Global health

• Population growth  • Migration  • Globalization

 

Please see author guidelines and samples of the writing style and content we are seeking.
For more information about this publication, contact editorial@acei.org.

– See more at: http://www.acei.org/acei-publications/childhood-explorer#sthash.nTLvDO4a.dpuf

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