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Special Interest Groups

Each edition of The Journal of Multiculturalism in Education will contain articles from one or more of the following Special Interest Groups (SIG's). Please click on the submissions guidelines link to download specific requirements for each of the SIG's below!

New Special Interest Groups will be added to the The Journal of Multiculturalism in Education as desired by the readership.

Theory

Theory manuscripts address questions which involve the basic concepts of the integration of Multiculturalism in education. Published manuscripts will enhance the reader's understanding of the foundations and importance of the creation and integration of a Multiculturalistic approach to instruction at the primary, secondary, and post secondary educational levels world-wide.

Research

Research manuscripts address quantitative and qualitative research efforts which take as their topic how Multiculturalism is being implemented in primary, secondary, and post-secondary instruction and educational communities world-wide. Research manuscripts will be evaluated on the rigor of the research method used, and the relevance of the research questions to the mission of the journal.

Practice

Practice manuscripts are reports of successful integrations of a Multiculturalistic approach to instruction in primary, secondary, or post secondary instruction or educational communities world wide. These articles may consist (but are not limited to) action research, or descriptions of ongoing practices in schools.

Technology

Technology manuscripts are reports of either research into, or usage of, microcomputer and Internet based technologies in the field of Multiculturalism in Education. These articles will be evaluated on the rigor of the research method used, and the relevance of the research questions to the mission of the journal.

Student Work

This section of the The Journal of Multiculturalism in Education is dedicated to publishing the current work of graduate students in any of the above SIG's. It is hoped that the Student Work section of The Journal of Multiculturalism in Education will provide a much needed forum to provide both opportunity and motivation for graduate students at the master's and doctoral levels to begin publishing earlier in their academic careers than has been heretofore possible. Submitted manuscripts will be reviewed by the editorial board, and comments and feedback will be provided to authors when needed.

World Wide Web Resources/ Software/ Book Reviews

World Wide Web Resources/ Software/ Book Reviews are articles that review a current World Wide Web site, software applications or multimedia resources (PC or Mac), or published book that may be of interest to the readership of The Journal of Multiculturalism in Education. Such reviews can take as their topic (but are not strictly limited to) reviews of Web sites, software or books related to theory, research, practices or technologies used in multiculturalistic education.


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