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XV TOPIC to be defined in 2018
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-15
          Foreword by
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XIV STEM
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-14

        Foreword by
           Cherie A. McCollough, Ph.D.
XIII SOTL
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-13

        Foreword by
           Deborah McCarthy, Ph. D.
XII SOTL
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-12

        Foreword by
           James W. Jones, Ed.D.
XI HOW-TO
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-11

        Foreword by
           Marilyn Lockhart, Ed. D.
X Health   Part I
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-10

        Foreword by
           Elizabeth Wadlington, Ph.D.
IX STEM   Part I
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-9

        Editor: Steve S. Pec
        Preface
VIII Diversity   Part I
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-8

        Editor: Thalia M. Mulvihill, Ph.D.
        Preface
VII SOTL   Part I
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-7

        Introduction by
           C. A. McCollough, PhD.
VI Students   Part I
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-6

        Foreword by
           Denise McDonald, Ed.D.
V Language   Part I
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-5

        Introduction by R. L. Chism, Ph.D.
        Preface
        Anna Franca Plastina
        Emilia Di Martino
        Marilyn Pasqua
        Bruna Di Sabato
IV Writing Center   Part I
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-4

        Foreword by Karen Johnson, Ed.D.
        Preface
        Kellie A. Charron
III Collaboration   Part I
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-3

        Preface
        Melody D'Ambrosio Deprez, Ed.D.
        Anita Jones, Ed.D.
        Kara Rusk, Ed.D.
II Ready to Use   Part II
        ISBN 0-9709895-1-2

        Editors:
        Melinda R. Pierson, Ph.D.
        Kristin K. Stang, Ph.D.
        Ben Varner, Ph.D.
        Preface pp.5-6 (pdf file)
I Ready to Use   Part I
        ISBN 0-9709895-0-4

        Editor:
        Linda Serra Hagedorn, Ph.D.
        Preface pp.13-14



32 Calls for papers






  
  New Topic Ideas 

  -- ABCD  model:  Audience, Behavior, Condition, Degree
  -- ABROAD - study abroad 
  -- ACTIVE-LEARNING  
  -- ADMINISTRATION
  -- ADOLESCENTS 
  -- ANDRAGOGY
  -- ARCHITECTURE
  -- ARtS  - Aesthetic, Reflexive thoughts, & Sharing 
  -- ART
  -- BLENDED LEARNING
  -- CAPSTONE
  -- CASE - case study 
  -- CBR - case-based reasoning
  -- CIVIC - civic education
  -- CJUSTICE
  -- CL -  critical languages 
  -- CLIL -  content and language integrated learning 
  -- CMC-computer-mediated communication
  -- CODE-SWITCHING  (5449-4v)
  -- COI-community of inquiry
  -- CRITIQUE  
  -- CURATING  & NUDGING  (5439-4v ) 
  -- DAEP  discipline alternative education program 
  -- DISABILITIES
  -- DIVERSITY
  -- DJW - Dialogue Journal Writing
  -- EARLY college high schools 
  -- EB - evidence-based
  -- EFL - English as a Foreign Language
  -- ELEMENTARY
  -- EMPIRICAL
  -- ENGAGED Learning
  -- EPP educator preparation providers
  -- ESP  Educational Support Professionals
  -- ETHICS
  -- ETHNIC
  -- EXPERIENTIAL
  -- EXTERNAL  - awards, funding, grants, resources
  -- FACEBOOK
  -- FAMILY - engaging families, counseling
  -- FBA - functional behavior assessment	
  -- FESTSCHRIFT
  -- FFI - form focused instruction (5455-4v) 
  -- GAMING
  -- GEDENKSCHRIFT
  -- GENRE STUDIES  
  -- GLOBAL
  -- GRADUATE
  -- GRAMMAR
  -- GRIT - “perseverance and passion for long-term goals”
  -- GS - General Studies
  -- GWPA -  grad student writing program administrator
  -- HOW-TO-ESSAY 
  -- HYBRID - foreign language 
  -- IMMERSION (immersion pedagogy)
  -- INDIAN - American Indian
  -- INFORMAL LEARNING
  --  INQUIRY  (inquiry-based teaching)
  -- INTERDISCIPLINARY
  -- INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 
  -- INTERNSHIP
  -- JOURNALISM
  -- JUSTICE 
  -- K-12
  -- K-16 Education
  -- KINDERGARTEN
  -- L2 - a second language 
  -- LC - Learning Communities
  -- LCTL - less commonly taught languages 
  -- LEARNING
  -- LEP - limited English proficiency 
  -- LINGUISTICS
  -- LITERARY  Literary Analysis 
  -- LONGITUDINAL
  -- MARKETING
  -- MENTORING
  -- METACOGNITION
  -- MULTIMODAL
  -- MUSIC 
  -- NNES - nonnative-Eng-speaking-instructor 
  -- NURSING
  -- OGS (online games simulations)
  -- OPINION
  -- OUTCOMES
  -- PEDAGOGY
  -- PHONETICS
  -- PLAGIARISM ...(5plaigiar.htm)
  -- PLC-professional learning communities
  -- POSTSECONDARY
  -- PRESCHOOL
  -- PRESERVICE
  -- PROSODY  (rhythm, stress, pitch, and intonation ) 
  -- PUBLISHING
  -- PUBSPEAK
  -- QUALITATIVE
  -- RTI - response to intervention
   -- RTR - Rural Teacher Residency
  -- RU - research universities 
  -- SEL  -   social and emotional learning
  -- SELF-EFFICACY
  -- SLA - second-language acquisition
  -- SLIFE -  stud with limit or interrupted formal ed 
  -- SOCIAL-MEDIA
  -- SOCIOLINGUISTICS
  -- SOFT-SKILLS (5457-4l) 
  -- SOTL
  -- SPATIAL
  -- SPEECH
  -- SPORT
  -- SRL (Self-regulated learning)
  -- SS (Social Studies)
  -- STEAM  (STEM + Art)
  -- STEM  science, technology, engineering, math 
  -- SUSTAINABILITY
  -- SWH - Science Writing Heuristic 
  -- TAM- technology acceptance model 
  -- TEACHER (teacher training)
  -- THE -  transnational higher education 
  -- TOT-transfer-of-training 
  -- TPS -teaching philosophy statement
  -- TRANSLATION
  -- TUTORS  & tutoring
  -- UNDERGRADUATE 
  -- VETERANS 
  -- WPA  - Writing Program Administrators 


                                     
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