Watch this space!
Watch this space!
We are pleased to announce the publication of JPHE’s second issue! Five original and thought provoking articles, plus the Editorial, will shortly be available for download under ‘Current Issue’.
The historical potential of flux in this unique moment. Conceptually highlighting an opportunity for praxis-driven change (pp. 1-10)
– David Hoffman, Melina Aarnikoivu, Petra Angervall, Catarina Player Koro, and Kathleen Mahon
Who is we? Attending to similarity and difference as discourse praxis in the university classroom (pp. 11-27)
– Collective on Praxis in Health Sciences Education
Curriculum development and quality work in higher education in Sweden. The external stakeholder perspective (pp. 28-45)
– Per Fagrell, Anna Fahlgren, and Svante Gunnarsson
Making visible the affective dimensions of scholarship in postgraduate writing development work (pp. 46-62)
– Sherran Clarence
Research or teaching? Contradictory demands on Swedish teacher educators and the consequences for the quality of teacher education (pp. 63-84)
– Petra Angervall, Richard Baldwin, and Dennis Beach
Learning of academics in the time of the Coronavirus pandemic (pp. 85-107)
– Ela Sjølie, Susanne Francisco, Kathleen Mahon, Mervi Kaukko, and Stephen Kemmis
In a few days we will publish our next issue: JPHE, 2(1), 2020.
JPHE experienced some technical difficulties with the submissions email (firstname.lastname@example.org) in April. If you submitted a manuscript between April 16th and 30th and did not receive a confirmation email from the Assistant Editor, please resend your manuscript directly to Melina Aarnikoivu (email@example.com). Apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused.
The Editorial Team.
See the downloadable Call for Papers (CfP) for JPHE’s first special issue, planned for publication in 2021. Guest Editors: Mélodine Sommier, Anssi Roiha, and Malgorzata Lahti. Submission details provided in the CfP.