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The Journal of Transformative Education (JTED) is a peer-reviewed, scholarly journal focused on advancing the understanding, practice, and experience of transformative education. Transformative education is defined as those educational practices that are informed by transformative learning theory and that foster deep engagement with and reflection on our taken-for-granted ways of viewing the world, resulting in fundamental shifts in how we see and understand ourselves and our relationship with the world.
The Journal of Transformative Education invites researchers from a wide array of disciplines whose work reflects this overall aim and scope to submit original research, reviews and topical dialogue and communication on all aspects of transformative education and learning. These disciplines include but are not limited to:
- Adult education and lifelong learning
- Change, transition, and transformation
- Management and corporate education
- Educational and humanistic psychology
- Experiential education
- Holistic education
- Organizational development, learning, and psychology
- Social change
JTED is particularly interested in articles that seek to test, build on, and elaborate existing theoretical perspectives on transformative learning, that demonstrate innovate and creative applications of the theory in practice contexts, and that explore the international and cross-cultural issues of the theory and practice of transformative learning.
The journal seeks to deliver high academic quality in an engaging, thought-provoking, participative, and reflexive scholarly discourse across the spectrum of issues which transformational education encompasses, including
- Individual experience
- Educational and institutional process
- Formal and informal purposes
- Venues for transformative education
- Cultural issues
- Social context
The journal is global in scope and content and is diverse in its approaches and topics - drawing from theory, research, practice, individual experience, and retrospective insight from past major theorists.
The Journal of Transformative Education (JTED) is a peer-reviewed, scholarly journal focused on advancing the understanding, practice, and experience of transformative education. The journal seeks to deliver high academic quality in an engaging, thought-provoking, participative, and reflexive discourse across the spectrum of issues which transformational education encompasses. Those issues include individual experience, educational and institutional processes, formal and informal purposes and venues for such education, and cultural issues such as accessibility and social context for transformative education. The journal is global in scope and content and is diverse in its approaches and topics - drawing from theory, research, practice, individual experience, and retrospective insight from past major theorists.
The journal covers transformative education and related work in the following disciplines and fields of study:
- Adult Development
- Adult Education
- Change, Transition and Transformation
- Corporate Education
- Educational Psychology
- Experiential Education
- Holistic Education
- Humanistic Psychology
- Lifelong Learning
- Management Education and Development
- Organizational Development
- Organizational Learning
- Organizational Psychology
- Social Change
- Transformative Learning
|Chad Hoggan||North Carolina State University, USA|
|Fergal Finnegan||National University of Ireland, Maynooth|
|Laura Markos||WrittenHouse: Coaching Compelling Written Voice|
|Will McWhinney||Enthusion Inc, Venice, CA, USA|
|Junghwan Kim||Texas A&M University, USA|
|Somanita Kheang||North Carolina State University, USA|
|Michel Alhadeff-Jones||Teachers College, Columbia University, USA|
|Lisa Baumgartner||Texas State University, USA|
|Jim Berger||Western Kentucky University, USA|
|Laura L. Bierema||University of Georgia, USA|
|Marcie Boucouvalas||Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA|
|Patricia Boverie||University of New Mexico, USA|
|Shauna Butterwick||University of British Columbia, Canada|
|Ronald M. Cervero||University of Georgia, USA|
|Maureen Coady||St. Francis Xavier University, Canada|
|Simone C. O. Conceição||University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA|
|Frank Conner||Grand Rapids Community College, USA|
|Joellen E. Coryell||Texas State University - San Marcos, USA|
|Ann Curry-Stevens||Portland State University, USA|
|Dean Elias||Saint Mary's College of California, USA|
|Leona M. English||St. Francis Xavier University, Canada|
|Beth Fisher-Yoshida||Columbia University, USA|
|Laura Formenti||University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy|
|Thomas Fuhr||Freiburg University of Education, Germany|
|Dan Glisczinski||University of Minnesota, Duluth, USA|
|Michelle Glowacki-Dudka||Ball State University, USA|
|Jason Goulah||DePaul University, USA|
|Maureen Hall||University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, USA|
|Tobin Hart||University of West Georgia, USA|
|Tom Heaney||National-Louis University, USA|
|Lilian H. Hill||University of Southern Mississippi, USA|
|Steven Hodge||Griffith University, Australia|
|Barbara Hooper||Colorado State University, USA|
|Catherine Irving||St. Francis Xavier University, Canada|
|Christine Jarvis||University of Huddersfield, UK|
|Juanita Johnson-Bailey||University of Georgia, USA|
|Elizabeth Kasl||Independent Scholar, USA|
|Andrew Kitchenham||University of Northern British Columbia, Canada|
|Alexis Kokkos||Hellenic Open University, Greece|
|George Koulaouzidis||Hellenic Open University, Greece|
|Jessica Kovan||Professional Artist and Educator|
|David Lane||Professional Development Foundation, UK|
|Elizabeth A. Lange||St. Francis Xavier University, Canada|
|Randee Lipson Lawrence||National-Louis University, USA|
|Kaisu Mällki||University of Helsinki, Finland|
|Laura Markos||WrittenHouse: Coaching Compelling Written Voice|
|Victoria J. Marsick||Columbia University, USA|
|Peter Mayo||University of Malta, Malta|
|David McCormack||Maynooth University, Ireland|
|Marie L. McCormick||Marywood University|
|Olutoyin Mejiuni||Obafemi Awolowo University|
|Sharan B. Merriam||University of Georgia, USA|
|Alfonso Montuori||California Institute of Integral Studies, USA|
|Aliki Nicolaides||University of Georgia, USA|
|Peggy Gabo Ntseane||University of Botswana, Botswana|
|Ilango Ponnuswami||Bharathidasan University, India|
|Michael Poutiatine||Gonzaga University, USA|
|Robin Redmon Wright||Penn State Harrisburg, USA|
|Tonette S. Rocco||Florida International University, USA|
|Carole Roy||St. Francis Xavier University, Canada|
|Meaghan Ruddy||The Wright Center for GME, USA|
|Roger Schank||Carnegie Mellon University, USA|
|Steven A. Schapiro||Fielding Graduate University, USA|
|Ellen Scully-Russ||The George Washington University, USA|
|Janice Sealey||CREATE Corporation|
|Riyad A. Shahjahan||Michigan State University, USA|
|Vanessa Sheared||San Francisco State University, USA|
|Genét Simone||Western Washington University, USA|
|Julie Sinclair||Michigan State University, USA|
|Regina O. Smith||University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA|
|Nancy Southern||Saybrook University, USA|
|Qi Sun||University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA|
|Ann L. Swartz||Penn State Harrisburg, USA|
|Michele Tanaka||University of Victoria, Canada|
|Edward Taylor||Pennsylvania State University-Harrisburg, USA|
|Kathleen Taylor||St. Mary's College of California|
|Mark Tennant||University of Technology, Sydney, Australia|
|Lyn Tett||University of Huddersfield, UK|
|Elizabeth J. Tisdell||Penn State Harrisburg, USA|
|Susan Tons||Baker College Center for Graduate Studies, USA|
|Carlos Alberto Torres||University of California, Los Angeles, USA|
|Alan Tuckett||(Emeritus) University of Wolverhampton, UK|
|Allyson Washburn||National University, USA|
|Ilene Wasserman||ICW Consulting Group, USA|
|Karen Watkins||University of Georgia, USA|
|Steven Weiland||Michigan State University, USA|
|Linden West||Canterbury Christ Church University, UK|
|Peter Willis||University of South Australia, Australia|
|Lyle Yorks||Columbia University, USA|
|Jeff Zacharakis||Kansas State University, USA|
Submit your article at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jted.
JTED uses an anonymous review process. Therefore, all authors listed on the manuscript must not self-identify anywhere in the manuscript. The manuscript must be no more than 7,500 words. The word count includes title, abstract, keywords, main article, references, and any supplementary material included with the submission.
We do not accept unsolicited book reviews. For inquiries about the book review process and its submission, please contact our Managing Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An exception for the word count can be granted in certain instances, but only after approval from the editor(s). Articles must be submitted in a Word document, Times New Roman font, size 12, with one-inch margins
The title page should contain:
- Manuscript title;
- Full names, institutional affiliations and positions of authors;
- Complete contact information for all authors including phone, fax, e-mail, and mailing address;
- Acknowledgment of formal contributions to the work by others, if any; and
- Statement of place and date of any previous oral presentation of the paper.
The first page of text should include an abstract of no more than 150 words. The names of the authors should only appear on the title page.
Style must follow American Psychological Association (APA) (7th Edition) guidelines. All submission must be double spaced and use 1 inch margins on all sides of the document. The reference page should be double spaced with a hanging indent for the second line of the reference. APA's style website at https://apastyle.apa.org/ is a great resource for guidance on guidelines.
Letters to the Editor: Journal of Transformative Education encourages dialogue and communication on the subject of transformative education. Please e-mail the editor at email@example.com.
Authors who would like to refine the use of English in their manuscripts might consider using the services of a professional English-language editing company. We highlight some of these companies at http://www.sagepub.com/journalgateway/engLang.htm.
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The collection of ORCID iDs from corresponding authors is now part of the submission process of this journal. If you already have an ORCID iD you will be asked to associate that to your submission during the online submission process. We also strongly encourage all co-authors to link their ORCID ID to their accounts in our online peer review platforms. It takes seconds to do: click the link when prompted, sign into your ORCID account and our systems are automatically updated. Your ORCID iD will become part of your accepted publication’s metadata, making your work attributable to you and only you. Your ORCID iD is published with your article so that fellow researchers reading your work can link to your ORCID profile and from there link to your other publications.
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