The coronavirus emergency is challenging mainstream schools to create digital learning environments that are engaging for students who are used to working face-to-face in a socially rich context. But the true pedagogical challenge is to help students to make a sense of what is happening around them, to reconstruct their social and growth-related fabric, and to keep their process of development going despite the isolation and the greater physical distance under which they currently live.
How are your schools coping with all this? What type of distance learning tools are your schools using? Can students be involved as active learners and not just passive recipients of curriculum-related content? Can the experience and sound practices of home and hospital education be extended to mainstream schools? What are the psychological effects of the isolation in children?
If you have any effective practice or research to share, Continuity in Education is open to receiving papers on these subjects, and the papers will be published given the highest priority.
The Editorial Team of Continuity In Education is also considering standard articles for publication in the 2021 issue of the journal. Please check out our author guidelines and see what types of articles we publish. Submissions are now open, and if you wish to contribute to the 2021 issue please submit your work by September 15, 2020 in order to be sure your paper will be processed in time.
Posted on 01 Apr 2020
The 12th congress of the Hospital Organisation of Pedagogues in Europe (HOPE) will take place on 11 – 15 May 2020 in Tallinn, Estonia. The event is organised with the collaboration of the Estonian Association of Hospital Teachers.
The congress will provide information based on the latest concerns, research, challenges and strategies to improve educational programmes and interventions for children with a medical condition and their families, and will also include a focus on the use of technology in education of children and youngsters with serious illness.
The call for papers is now open and the submission deadline is November 11, 2019.
For any other information see the conference website.
Posted on 11 Jul 2019
The International Network for School Attendance (INSA) invites you to the INSA 2019 international conference - ‘School absenteeism: A universal problem in need of local, national, and international solutions’. The program includes keynote speakers from Social Work, Psychology, and Education; 45 presentations by policy-makers, researchers, practitioners, and parent/youth representatives from 12 countries; and opportunities to engage informally with various international experts. The conference is relevant for everyone interested in school attendance, including education professionals, practitioners, policy-makers, researchers, and academics from all disciplines.
The organizing committee hopes to see you in Oslo, Norway, October 16th to 18th, 2019!
Visit: insaconference.com for the complete program.
Posted on 11 Jul 2019
The submission deadline for the first issue of Continuity in Education has been set for September 1st, 2019.
We are also holding two "Getting Published" workshops, explaining the path to publication in the journal:
If you wish to organize a local Getting Published on Continuity in Education workshop, get in touch with the Journal's Chief Editor Michele Capurso at email@example.com.
Posted on 20 May 2019
We are pleased to announce the launch of Continuity in Education, an open access, international, academic journal focused on the education and development of children and young people with medical and mental health needs.
Download the full announcement here.
Posted on 15 Jan 2019
Posted on 07 Jan 2019
The journal is opening for submissions in January 2019.
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Posted on 30 Oct 2018