Journal of the Effective Schools Project, Volume 18, 2011 Page: 76
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Call for Papers
The Jim Boyd Effective Schools Project (ESP) at Tarleton State University is dedicat-
ed to the goals of improving school effectiveness, raising the achievement level of
public school students, and improving the professional development of preservice and
inservice educators. Established in 1988, ESP seeks to unite the efforts of public
school educators and university faculty in striving for continuous improvement.
The official publication of ESP is The Journal of the Effective School Project (JESP).
The journal is dedicated to the dissemination of information, ideas, and research
among the participants in ESP, as well as other interested educators. Published annual-
ly, each issue of the journal focuses on a particular theme, but consideration is given
to non-thematic articles.
The theme for the 2012 edition involves using the four Es of effective instruction to
create effective school environments for 21st century learners. The focus is on using
real world experiences to teach academic and social concepts through exploring tech-
nology applications, engaging students in active learning, extending the classroom
through innovative communication systems (Skyping, oovoo, etc.) inside and outside
of the classroom, and encouraging students to be creative and active learners.
Volume XIX 2012
"Using the Four Es for Effective Instruction:
Explore, Engage, Extend, Encourage"
Submission Deadline: December 15, 2011
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