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Innovative Lesson Planning

This digital-only issue will explore how to plan well-designed, innovative lessons that can boost student engagement and learning retention—whether you are teaching in the classroom or through a computer screen. Special attention will be paid to the changing context and priorities for lesson development and delivery in light of the pandemic, including technology issues and potential learning gaps. Key topics to be addressed include planning methods and structures; deeper learning; cultural relevancy; differentiation; and personalization. The issue will also look at methods for evaluating lesson materials and ideas and the role school leaders can play in powerful lesson planning.

Submissions Deadline: March 1, 2021


How to Prepare Your Manuscript

  • Double-space all copy and number all pages.
     
  • Indicate the number of words in the manuscript, including references and figures.
     
  • Include your name, address, phone number, and email address at the top of the manuscript. Also include names and email addresses of any coauthors.
     
  • Include a two- or three-sentence bio for each author at the end of the manuscript. 



        We use the reference style outlined by the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.  Cite references in the text like this (Jones, 2000) and list them in a  bibliography at the end of the article. Please do not use footnotes or  endnotes for the references.


        Authors bear full responsibility for the accuracy of citations, quotations, figures, and facts.



 

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