Call for Papers

The Corona Virus and Educational Innovation

Dear Readers and Authors of IDE Journal,

The world we have known for most of our lives has changed drastically in the past several months. The Covid-19 virus has spread quickly across the globe, bringing disease and death, while at the same time setting in motion a global economic crisis. As this is written, great efforts are being made to bring the virus under control. Scientists in laboratories around the world are making attempts to produce a new vaccine, cities are placed under lock down and have become ghost towns in which only essential goods and services are available.  At this point the outcome remains uncertain, and even if situations are brought to some degree of normality, it is unknown whether a second or succeeding waves will follow.

Schools, from kindergartens to universities are closed, as parents, teachers, and students scurry to develop distance learning programs. Unemployment levels have begun to rival those of the Great Depression of the 1930s.  In 1933, H. G. Wells wrote a futuristic dissertation novel titled, The Shape of Things to Come. He forecast a world greatly changed because of war and disease. He was wide of the mark about many things. This is to be expected in the case of any futuristic scenario. In his book A Place Called School (1984), John Goodlad analyzed the inadequacies and inefficiencies of schools and argued for their general restructuring. He argued, among other things, that schools are typically too large, creating environments that favor the few and alienate many students. Perhaps one outcome of the pandemic will be a rethinking of school size.

Today we ask ourselves, will the internet and other rapidly advancing educational technologies make the idea of school as a place seem quaint?  What does the future hold for education in the near term and farther on as we experience this current and perhaps lengthy Corona catastrophe of 2020? One thing does seem certain, that is, things will become “normal” in time. But what will the new normal be for education?

  • We invite you to write a contribution on your first experiences and thoughts about the ways education might change as a result of this pandemic for publication in a special section of the Fall 2020 issue of IDE Journal.
  • Among the topics are the effects on teaching, learning, administration, staffing, finance, assessment, and health and well-being.
  • The deadline for sending contributions for the special section of the Fall issue is October 15th, to be published at the end of November 2020.
  • Instructions to contributors can be found here.

On behalf of the Editorial Board

Arthur K. Ellis, Dr., Prof., Director, Center for Global Curriculum Studies; IDE Editor-at-Large, Seattle Pacific University (USA); contact: aellis@spu.edu

IDE 1-2020 online

Dear Readers and Authors,

Issue 1-2020 of the peer-reviewed journal International Dialogues on Education: Past and Present has been online since 26th May, 2020. Please have a look at the Editorial for more information.

We would like to remind future authors that we publish two issues per year, the first issue being published at the end of May and the second at the end of November.

This means for the next issue (2-2020) that the intended contributions should be sent to the Editorial Board as soon as possible, but not later than 15 October, 2020.

Please also note that a Call for Papers on “The Corona Virus and Educational Innovation” will be available here very soon, and that the corresponding articles will be published in a special section of the November  2020 issue.

Authors are requested to adhere to our editorial standards and requirements in the Instructions to Contributors.

We look forward to further high-quality contributions: articles, essays, book reviews, conference reports and information on research and teaching projects.

Please contact us if and whenever you have any questions.

Stay healthy and best wishes!

On behalf of the Editorial Board

Reinhard Golz

IDE 2-2019 online

Dear Readers and Authors,

Issue No. 2-2019 of “International Dialogues on Education: Past and Present” (IDE) has been online since  November 12th (see also: PDF Downloads).  We thank all those who have made this publication possible through contributions, peer reviews, translations, corrections, editorial and electronic work. Special thanks go to Prof. Dr. Arthur K. Ellis (Seattle Pacific University, USA), who is the Editor-in-Chief of this special issue.

Since 2018 we have published two issues per year, that is, the first issue in May and the second in November. We would like to draw your attention to the articles in this new issue, which once again underline the claim of our journal to be a contemporary forum where educators from all over the world can exchange and inform themselves about research results and discussions in the field of education and related human and social science disciplines.

We look forward to further high-quality contributions: articles, essays, book reviews, conference reports and information on research and teaching projects. All contributions will be published in English. The abstracts of the articles will continue to be translated from English into German, Russian and Chinese by our native speakers.

Please note that the two annual deadlines for sending articles are 31 March for the first issue and 15 October for the second.

For editorial planning reasons, we highly appreciate authors submitting the titles of intended articles to the editorial board as early as possible before the deadlines for articles and request them to strictly adhere to our editorial standards and requirements when producing their articles.

We will be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding our journal.

All the best!

On behalf of the Editorial Board.

Reinhard Golz

Issue 1-2019 online

Dear Readers and Authors,

Issue No. 1-2019 of “International Dialogues on Education: Past and Present” has now been online since May 27th. We thank all those who made the publication of this issue possible through contributions, peer reviews, translations, corrections, editorial and electronic-technical work. And again we thank our cooperation partners and sponsors for their continued support.

In the interest of further profiling, making editorial work more effective and concentrating on high quality contributions from different scientific traditions, we started with 2 issues in 2018 instead of, as before, 3 issues. Generally, the first issue will be published at the end of May and the second at the end of November each year. As you can see, we are – as promised – punctual and would like to draw your attention to the new issue.

The articles in this issue demonstrate in their own special way the claim of our international journal to be a contemporary forum in which educational scientists and pedagogical practitioners can inform and exchange information about research results and discussions in the field of education and related human and social science disciplines.

We look forward to further high-quality contributions: articles, essays, book reviews, conference reports and information on research and teaching projects. All contributions will be published in English. The abstracts of the articles will continue to be translated from English into German, Russian and (simplified and traditional) Chinese by native speakers.

We ask authors to note that in the future the two annual deadlines for sending the articles are March 31st for the first issue, or October 15th for the second issue. For editorial planning reasons it is also recommended that the titles of the intended contributions be submitted to the Editorial Board as early as possible before the deadlines for the articles.

Authors are requested to strictly adhere to our editorial standards and requirements.

We wish you all the best!

Reinhard Golz – on behalf of the Editorial Board

Symposium Announcement

Dear readers and authors of our online journal,

We would like to draw your attention to this international symposium organized by our cooperation partner Seattle Pacific University (spu.edu).

Liebe LeserInnen und AutorInnen unseres Online-Journals,

wir möchten Sie auf dieses internationale Symposium aufmerksam machen. Es wird organisiert von unserem Kooperationspartner Seattle Pacific University (spu.edu).

本网络杂志的亲爱的读者和作者朋友们,

我们想提请您注意我们的合作伙伴西雅图太平洋大学(spu.edu)组织的国际研讨会。

Уважаемые читатели и авторы нашего онлайн-журнала,

Информируем Вас о данном международном симпозиуме , организатором которого выступает наш партнер – Тихоокеанский университет Сиэтла (spu.edu).


Educational Innovations in Countries around the World

International Symposium
June 25-27, 2019 at Seattle Pacific University, Seattle (USA)

Join World-Changing Thinkers and Innovators in Education

We would like to invite you to participate in this academic gathering of scholars from around the world. We will meet in the beautiful Pacific Rim city of Seattle, with an afternoon spent on Whidbey Island, off the coast of Washington State. The Symposium is supported by SPU, the School of Education, the Center for Global Curriculum Studies, and grants from the Henry Jackson School of International Studies of the University of Washington.

The theme of Educational Innovation resonates increasingly well in our rapidly changing technological age. Traditional assumptions are brought into question, and in some case swept aside. Change affects all levels from pre-school and kindergarten through post-graduate university. Age-old models of teaching and learning are challenged. Access to information moves quickly from centrally-located fixed sources we have taken for granted, including schools, libraries, and universities to web-based sources bound neither by time nor distance. The print medium, five centuries old, gives way to digital sources. Journals change from print to electronic form. These are exciting times to be involved in education. But some things do not change, for example, the need to come together as colleagues to share insights and vision. One of the great collateral outcomes of our many prior symposiums is the creation of lasting friendships among scholars across the globe. As we meet together and form a community over three days’ time, we build a lasting social/moral fabric of dedicated friends who share a common interest in the betterment of educational opportunity for the coming generations.

We welcome papers from all facets of educational innovation, including the following: higher education; public and private school education; digital education; distance learning; curriculum studies; teaching and learning; assessment and testing; educational administration; educational psychology, philosophy, anthropology, and sociology; special education; counselor education; comparative education; global education; economics of education; second language learning; history of education; student mobility; ethics and moral education; future studies; and more…

Registration and abstract submissions

Please register and submit the abstract of your presentation to Stephanie Tichelaar, our Program Manager, at stephmichelle@spu.edu .

Your abstract should contain your name and position, paper title, key terms, and no more than 300 words. The deadline for abstracts is March 30th, 2019. Abstracts are reviewed for acceptance in the order in which they are submitted, and applicants will be notified of our decision within one week of our receipt of your submission.

See more information in: https://stephmichelle9.wixsite.com/symposium

Warm regards,

Arthur K. Ellis
Professor of Education; Director of the Center for Global Curriculum Studies; Seattle Pacific University
http://spu.edu/

Issue 2-2018 online

Dear Readers and Authors,

Issue 2-2018 of our peer reviewed journal “International Dialogues on Education: Past and Present” has now been online since November 27th, 2018. This issue aims in particular at discussing historical and current developments in pedagogical and social science research and thus literally lives up to its title.

The first three articles deal in particular with historical-comparative aspects of education. This is followed by three articles that focus more on current pedagogical and research methodology issues. In a final section you will find reviews of books published in 2018.

“International Dialogues on Education: Past and Present” will continue to maintain a broad thematic focus on educational developments from historical, international and comparative perspectives. Furthermore, not only educational scientists and practitioners can exchange information about their research results, but also representatives of related fields in the human and social sciences.

We publish articles that are scientifically verifiable, permeated by humanistic, democratic values, social responsibility, respect for autonomy, diversity and the dignity of individuals, groups and communities. Our editorial team stands for liberal, independent educational research and publication activity and against the unrestrained commercialization of access to scientific publications. Despite rising production costs for the further development of the design, the expansion of our globally operating IDE team, etc., the editorial work remains free of charge for the authors.

We publish two issues per year; the first is published at the end of May and the second at the end of November. This means for the next issue:

  • For editorial planning reasons, it is recommended that the provisional titles of the intended contributions for issue 1-2019 be submitted to the Editorial Board as early as possible, but no later than 15 March 2019.
  • The deadline for sending the complete articles is 15 April 2019.
  • Authors are requested to strictly adhere to our editorial standards and requirements (see: www.ide-journal.org/instructions-to-contributors/)

We look forward to further high-quality contributions: articles, essays, book reviews, conference reports and information on research and teaching projects.

Reinhard Golz – on behalf of the Editorial Board

Issue 1-2018 online

Dear Readers and Authors,

Issue 1-2018 of “International Dialogues on Education: Past and Present” has now been online since May 27th, 2018. This issue consists of contributions by educationalists from Austria, Belarus, Colombia, Germany, Russia, Switzerland, and the USA. Some papers deal with challenges of inclusive and integrative education in the context of migration and cultural diversity, and aspects of modern teacher training. Some authors analyze national and international comparative methods and structures for the education of young pedagogues, and others demonstrate pedagogical problems and innovative strategies for the transition from kindergarten education to school-based learning. Finally, out-of-school educational policy and pedagogical activities to overcome serious areas of social conflict are discussed.

Here are some aspects of our future editorial policy:

  • We will continue to maintain a broad thematic focus on educational developments from historical, international and comparative perspectives. Furthermore, not only educational scientists and practitioners can exchange information about their research results, but also representatives of related fields of human and social sciences. We publish articles that are scientifically verifiable, permeated by humanistic, democratic values, social responsibility, respect for the autonomy, diversity and dignity of individuals, groups and communities.
  • We stand for liberal, independent educational research and publication activity and against unrestrained commercialization of access to scientific publications. Despite rising production costs for the further development of the design, the expansion of our globally operating IDE team, etc., the entire editorial work remains free of charge for the authors.
  • In view of the journal’s increasing global orientation, the contributions (articles, book reviews, descriptions of research or teaching projects etc.) will only be published in English from this issue onward. The abstracts of the articles will continue to be translated from English into German and Russian and from 2018 also into Chinese by the editorial board.
  • In addition to the existing indexations (DOAJ, ROAD, SSOAR, ECB, FIS, Gesis Sowiport, DBS and others), our journal will also be indexed in other platforms. In this context, relevant discussions about indexation will be considered, such as in:  www.projekt-deal.de/about-deal/.
  • In the interest of concentrating on high-quality articles, we will be publishing two issues per year from 2018 instead of three as before. The first issue will be published at the end of June and the second at the end of November each year. We inform you about the deadlines well in advance, e.g. in our NEWS.

Reinhard Golz – on behalf of the Editorial Board

Conference Announcement

Education for Excellence, Diversity and Respect.

Transformative 21st Century Innovations

International Conference, August 22-25, 2018

Seattle Pacific University (USA)

Dear readers and authors of our online journal,

We would like to draw your attention to this international conference organized by our cooperation partner Seattle Pacific University (spu.edu) together with the American Janusz Korczak Association (korczakusa.com).

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Liebe LeserInnen und AutorInnen unseres Online-Journals,

wir möchten Sie auf diese internationale Konferenz aufmerksam machen. Sie wird organisiert von unserem Kooperationspartner Seattle Pacific University (spu.edu) zusammen mit der amerikanischen Janusz Korczak Association (korczakusa.com).

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本网络杂志的亲爱的读者和作者朋友们,

我们想向您诚挚地介绍我们的合作伙伴 – 美国西雅图太平洋大学 (spu.edu) 联手美国雅努什 · 科扎克协会 (korczakusa.com)共同举办的这场国际会议

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Уважаемые читатели и авторы нашего онлайн-журнала,

Информируем Вас о данной международной конференции, организатором которой выступает наш партнер – Тихоокеанский университет Сиэтла (spu.edu) вместе с Обществом  Януша Корчака в США (korczakusa.com).

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Conference goals:

  1. To share innovative ideas and projects that allow advocating students’ social and academic success in diverse communities.
  2. To stimulate a creative atmosphere of trust and respect for learning and to brainstorm different innovative ideas, strategies, and interventions.
  3. To present research-based, practice- and service-oriented projects from different countries and to consider their possible implementation in the United States.
  4. To introduce and promote Janusz Korczak’s legacy to the broader educational community and to motivate all the participants with his humanistic ideas.

Participants at this conference will:

  • Learn about the latest research findings and innovations, and their impact on school students, teachers, and reforms in education.
  • Be inspired by Janusz Korczak’s theory and practice.
  • Engage with international groups of students, teachers, researchers, social workers, psychologists, children rights’ advocates, policymakers, and other stakeholders with an interest in education.
  • Present and promote their own current or future projects in education, seek out both supporters and challengers.
  • Strengthen their social networks of new national and international partners from around the world.

Participants will include:

  • Representatives of Korczak Associations from all over the world.
  • SPU School of Education faculty, doctoral and graduate students.
  • Faculty and students from other US public and private universities.
  • Schoolteachers and administrators, educators, psychologists, and social workers.
  • Children’s rights’ advocates from different countries.

Conference Format:

  • Plenary meetings with key speakers from the United Nations, worldwide Korczak Associations, Ombudsmen for Children, as well as leading researchers and practitioners in the field
  • Concurrent sessions with paper presentations and roundtable discussions
  • Innovative hands-on workshops
  • Creative teamwork for all participants

More information about submissions and forms of participation you can find on the conference website at http://korczakconference2018.com.

Submissions’ first deadline is February 15; early registration deadline is May 30.



 

IDE Information 2017-2018

Dear Readers and Authors,

The online journal „International Dialogues on Education: Past and Present“ (IDE; www.ide-journal.org) was founded in 2014 by Reinhard Golz, together with Olaf Beuchling and Erika Hasebe-Ludt and was managed by these three persons until the end of 2017.   With this issue, Olaf and Erika complete their previous editorial work, and the entire IDE team has every reason to thank both of them most sincerely for their reliable work. It is good for us to know that they are still available as consultants on our Editorial Board.

Since its foundation, the journal has had a steadily growing readership – now in over 120 countries. The contributions are used in research, teaching and further education at universities and other educational institutions worldwide.

In the meantime, 12 editions with a total of more than 130 scientific articles have been published. The authors have so far come from Bulgaria, China and Taiwan, Colombia, Germany, England, Canada, Latvia, Poland, Russia, Hungary, South Africa, the Ukraine, the USA and Belarus.

From 2018 onward, the journal will be sponsored by three universities, the „Seattle Pacific University“, Seattle (USA), the „Institute of Guanxiology Studies“, Taipei (Taiwan), and the „Society of Friends and Supporters of the Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg“ (Germany); other universities and educational institutions have also indicated their willingness to support it.

In view of these enormously increased editorial perspectives, we have made decisions on the future content, structure and editorial team of the journal, which will enable us to preserve what has been good and successful, as well as pose new and interesting challenges.

What can readers and authors of IDE continue to rely on?

The broad thematic orientation for the investigation of educational developments from historical, international, and comparative perspectives, will be maintained. It also remains true that not only education scholars and pedagogical practitioners can gain and exchange information about developments, new results on educational research but also representatives from adjacent areas of the humanities and social science fields, e.g., the disciplines of philosophy, sociology, philology, political science, history, and social psychology.

We publish contributions from various perspectives. For us the different scientific traditions, interests and analyses are considered to be enriching for academic and scientific dialogue and international, inter-faith and intercultural education and communication. However, the contributions have to be scientifically verifiable, imbued with humanistic, democratic values, social responsibility, respect for the autonomy, diversity, and dignity of individuals, groups and communities, without polemic, polarizing, and theoretically insubstantial discussions.

We continue to stand for liberal, independent educational research and publications and against the growing commercialization of access to scientific publications.

Despite rising production costs in the future for the further development of design, the expansion of our globally operating IDE team, etc. the entire editorial work including the translation of the summaries into different languages remains free for the authors.

What changes will there be from 2018?

Languages. The editorial staff will continue to translate some sub pages of the journal as well as the summaries of the articles into English, German, and Russian, and from 2018 also Chinese. However, the contributions themselves, that means the articles, book reviews, etc. are no longer published in one of these languages, depending on the wishes of the authors, but only in English.

Authors whose native language is not English are responsible for the translation of their contributions (including summaries) into English. After a positive evaluation of the peer reviewers, the IDE translators take over the English language review and correction of the contributions. (In the interest of content and linguistic comparability and proof-readability, some authors whose native language is not English might be asked to send an additional version of their contribution in their own language.)

Indexations. IDE Journal is listed so far in the German National Library under the International Standard Number (ISSN) 2198-5944, and indexed in several directories: Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), ROAD – Directory of Open Access Scholarly Resources, SSOAR – Social Science Open Access Repository, EZB – Elektronische Zeitschriftenbibliothek, FIS–Fachinformationssystem Bildung, Gesis Sowiport – Portal für Sozialwissenschaften, Deutscher Bildungsserver.

In the future we will organize further indexations, e. g. for Scopus, Elsevier, Web of Science etc. In doing so, however, we will take into account the current discussions on related alternatives, e.g. in: www.projekt-deal.de/about-deal/.

Formalities. In Germany and other European countries, it is often the case that the different scientific publications have their unique formal traditions, to which they strictly adhere. That was also the case with IDE, including this issue, where we (for the last time) followed our traditional instructions in: www.ide-journal.org/instructions-to-contributors/.

In America and generally in many English-speaking countries, the APA style (American Psychological Association style) is most frequently used. However, while in Central and Western Europe and North America the differences are not that big, there are usually bigger differences between e.g. Russia and other countries. This leads to unnecessary extra editorial work in the verification of the sources, quotations, references, bibliography etc. Ultimately, it is and will be about comprehensibility, completeness, inner unity and form.

In view of global trends and in the interest of better comparable standards in dealing with the so-called “scientific ABC“, IDE will also adopt the APA style beginning with issue 1-2018. This change will not be difficult for our current authors, because the differences to the previous IDE style are very small. By the middle of January 2018 at the latest, you will find our concise version of the APA style in: www.ide-journal.org/instructions-to-contributors/.

Two issues a year. In the interest of further profiling and making editorial work more effective and concentrating on high quality contributions from different scientific traditions, we will start in 2018 with 2 issues instead of, as before, 3 issues. Generally, the first issue will be published in the end of May and the second in the end of November each year. We will inform you in time about deadlines in our NEWS.

As for the issue 1-2019 it means, for example, that we expect the authors to send us first the titles of the planned articles (as soon as possible, but no later than 15 March) and the completed articles by the 15th April 2019.

Dear Authors, we look forward to your contributions and wish you all the best!

Reinhard Golz, on behalf of the Editorial Board


Liebe Leserinnen und Leser, Autorinnen und Autoren,

die Online-Zeitschrift „International Dialogues on Education: Past and Present“ (IDE; www.ide-journal.org) wurde 2014 von Reinhard Golz gemeinsam mit Olaf Beuchling und Erika Hasebe-Ludt gegründet und von diesen drei Personen bis Ende 2017 geleitet. Mit dieser Ausgabe schließen Olaf und Erika ihre bisherige redaktionelle Arbeit ab, und das gesamte IDE-Team hat allen Grund, beiden für ihre zuverlässige Arbeit zu danken. Es ist gut für uns zu wissen, dass sie auch weiterhin als Berater in unserem Editorial Board zur Verfügung stehen.

Seit ihrer Gründung hat die Zeitschrift eine stetig wachsende Leserschaft – mittlerweile in über 120 Ländern. Die Beiträge werden in Forschung, Lehre und Weiterbildung an Universitäten und anderen Bildungseinrichtungen weltweit genutzt.

Inzwischen sind 12 Ausgaben mit insgesamt mehr als 130 wissenschaftlichen Artikeln erschienen. Die Autoren kommen bisher aus Bulgarien, China und Taiwan, Kolumbien, Deutschland, England, Kanada, Lettland, Polen, Russland, Süd Afrika, Ungarn, der Ukraine, den USA und Weißrussland.

Die Zeitschrift wird ab 2018 von drei Universitäten gesponsert, von der „Seattle Pacific University“, Seattle (USA), dem „Institute of Guanxiology Studies“, Taipei (Taiwan), und der „Gesellschaft der Freunde und Förderer der Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg“ (Deutschland). Weitere Universitäten und andere Bildungseinrichtungen haben ebenfalls ihre Bereitschaft bekundet, sich an dem Sponsoring zu beteiligen.

Angesichts dieser enorm gestiegenen redaktionellen Perspektiven haben wir über Inhalt, Struktur und Personal der Zeitschrift diskutiert und entschieden, das Gute und bisher Erfolgreiche zu bewahren und uns zugleich neuen und interessanten Herausforderungen zu stellen.

Worauf können sich Leser und Autoren von IDE weiterhin verlassen?

Die breite thematische Ausrichtung auf Bildungsentwicklungen aus historischer, internationaler und vergleichender Perspektive wird beibehalten. Es gilt auch weiterhin, dass nicht nur Bildungswissenschaftler und pädagogische Praktiker Informationen über Entwicklungen, neue Forschungsergebnisse der Bildungsforschung austauschen können, sondern auch Vertreter angrenzender Bereiche der Human- und Sozialwissenschaften, z.B. aus den Disziplinen Philosophie, Soziologie, Philologie, Politikwissenschaft, Geschichte und Sozialpsychologie.

Wir publizieren Beiträge aus verschiedenen Perspektiven. Für uns sind die unterschiedlichen Forschungstraditionen, Forschungsinteressen und Analysen eine Bereicherung für den akademischen und wissenschaftlichen Dialog und die internationale, interreligiöse und interkulturelle Bildung und Kommunikation. Die Beiträge müssen jedoch wissenschaftlich überprüfbar sein, durchdrungen von humanistischen, demokratischen Werten, sozialer Verantwortung, Achtung der Autonomie, Vielfalt und Würde von Individuen, Gruppen und Gemeinschaften, ohne polemische, polarisierende und theoretisch wenig substanzielle Diskussionen.

Wir stehen nach wie vor für eine liberale, unabhängige Bildungsforschung und Publikationstätigkeit und gegen die zunehmende Kommerzialisierung des Zugangs zu wissenschaftlichen Publikationen.

Trotz zukünftig steigender Produktionskosten für die Weiterentwicklung des Designs, den Ausbau unseres weltweit operierenden IDE-Teams etc., bleibt die gesamte redaktionelle Arbeit inklusive der Übersetzung der Zusammenfassungen in verschiedene Sprachen für die Autoren kostenlos.

Welche Änderungen wird es ab 2018 geben?

Sprachen. Die Redaktion wird weiterhin manche Unterseiten der Zeitschrift  sowie die Zusammenfassungen der Artikel ins Englische, Deutsche, Russische und ab 2018 auch ins Chinesische übersetzen. Allerdings werden die Beiträge selbst, d.h. die Artikel, Buchbesprechungen usw. nicht mehr wie bisher in einer dieser Sprachen, je nach Wunsch der Autoren, sondern nur noch in Englisch veröffentlicht.

Autoren, deren Muttersprache nicht Englisch ist, sind für die Übersetzung ihrer Beiträge (einschließlich Zusammenfassungen) ins Englische verantwortlich. Nach einer positiven Bewertung durch peer reviewers übernehmen die IDE-Übersetzer die englische Sprachprüfung und ggf. Korrektur der Beiträge. (Im Interesse der inhaltlichen und sprachlichen Vergleichbarkeit und Korrigierbarkeit könnten manche Autoren, deren Muttersprache nicht Englisch ist, gebeten werden, zusätzlich eine Version ihres Beitrags in ihrer eigenen Sprache einzusenden.)

Indexierungen. Das IDE Journal ist bisher in der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek unter der International Standard Number (ISSN) 2198-5944 gelistet und in mehreren Verzeichnissen indexiert: Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), ROAD – Directory of Open Access Scholarly Resources, SSOAR – Social Science Open Access Repository, EZB – Elektronische Zeitschriftenbibliothek, FIS-Fachinformationssystem Bildung, Gesis Sowiport – Portal für Sozialwissenschaften, Deutscher Bildungsserver.

In Zukunft werden wir weitere Indexierungen organisieren, z. B. für Scopus, Elsevier, Web of Science etc. Dabei werden wir jedoch auch die aktuellen Diskussionen über relevante Alternativen berücksichtigen, z.B. in: www.projekt-deal.de/about-deal/.

Formalia. In Deutschland und anderen europäischen Ländern ist es oft so, dass die verschiedenen wissenschaftlichen Publikationen ihre eigenen formalen Traditionen haben, an die sie sich strikt halten. Das war auch bei IDE der Fall, einschließlich dieserAusgabe, mit der wir (zum letzten Mal) unsere eigenen traditionellen Hinweise befolgten: www.ide-journal.org/instructions-to-contributors/ ).

In Amerika und allgemein in vielen englischsprachigen Ländern wird am häufigsten der APA-Stil (American Psychological Association style) verwendet. Während in Mittel- und Westeuropa und Nordamerika die Unterschiede jedoch nicht so groß sind, gibt es in der Regel größere Unterschiede zu bestimmten Ländern, z.B. Russland. Dies führt zu unnötigem redaktionellen Mehraufwand bei der Überprüfung der Quellen, Zitate, Referenzen, Bibliographien etc. Letztendlich geht es um Verständlichkeit, Vollständigkeit, innere Einheit und Form.

Angesichts globaler Trends und im Interesse besser vergleichbarer Standards im Umgang mit dem so genannten „wissenschaftlichen ABC”, wird IDE ab Heft 1-2018 ebenfalls den APA-Stil übernehmen. Diese Änderung wird für unsere derzeitigen Autoren nicht schwierig sein, da die Unterschiede zum vorherigen IDE-Stil sehr gering sind. Spätestens Mitte Januar 2018 finden Sie unsere konkrete Version des APA-Stils unter: www.ide-journal.org/instructions-to-contributors/.

Zwei Ausgaben pro Jahr. Im Interesse einer weiteren Profilierung und Effektivierung der redaktionellen Arbeit und der Konzentration auf qualitativ hochwertige Beiträge aus unterschiedlichen wissenschaftlichen Traditionen werden wir 2018 zwei Ausgaben statt wie bisher drei Ausgaben publizieren. In der Regel wird die erste Ausgabe Anfang Juni und die zweite Anfang November eines jeden Jahres erscheinen. Über die deadlines werden wir Sie rechtzeitig in unseren NEWS informieren.

Für die Ausgabe 1-2018 bedeutet dies zum Beispiel, dass wir von den Autoren erwarten, dass sie uns zunächst die Titel ihrer Artikel bis zum 20. März 2018 und die fertigen Artikel bis zum 30. April 2018 zusenden.

Liebe Autorinnen und Autoren, wir freuen uns auf Ihre Beiträge und wünschen Ihnen alles Gute für das Jahr 2018!

Reinhard Golz – im Auftrag des Editorial Board


Уважаемые читатели и авторы!

Онлайн-журнал «Международные диалоги об образовании: прошлое и настоящее» (IDE) (www.ide–journal.org) был основан в 2014 году Рейнхардом Гольцем вместе с Олафом Бойхлингом и Эрикой Хасебе-Лудт, которые вместе осуществляли руководство изданием до истечения 2017 года. Данным номером журнала Олаф и Эрика завершают свою деятельность в качестве заместителей главного редактора, и коллектив нашего издания имеет все основания искренне поблагодарить их за добросовестную работу. Мы очень рады, что они и далее смогут поддерживать нашу редакционную коллегию, теперь в статусе консультантов.

С момента основания журнала число читателей неуклонно растет – на сегодняшний день нас читают в более чем 120 странах. Публикации журнала являются подспорьем в научных исследованиях, в преподавательской деятельности и в программах повышения квалификации в университетах и других учебных заведениях по всему миру.

За время существования журнала в свет вышло 12 выпусков, в которых опубликовано более чем 130 научных статей. В нашем журнале уже публиковались авторы из Болгарии, Китая и Тайваня, Колумбии, Германии, Англии, Канады, Латвии, Польши, России, Венгрии, Украины, Южная Африка, США и Беларуси.

С 2018 года журнал будет финансироваться тремя университетами: «Тихоокеанским университетом Сиэтла», Сиэтл (США), «Институтом изучения гуансиологии», Тайпэ (Тайвань) и «Обществом партнеров и спонсоров Университета имени Отто фон Герике г. Магдебурга», Магдебург (Германия); ряд других университетов и учебных заведений также заявили о своей готовности оказать финансовую поддержку изданию.

Учитывая значительно возросший спектр редакционных перспектив и задач, мы обсудили содержание, структуру и состав коллегии журнала и приняли решение сохранить все то хорошее, что способствовало успеху нашей деятельности. Вместе с тем мы выражаем готовность принять новые и интересные для нас вызовы.

Наша редакционная политика

Мы сохраним широкий тематический охват концепта «Процессы развития образования», репрезентируемый исторической, интернациональной и сопоставительной перспективами. Мы и впредь будем придерживаться точки зрения, что информацией о событиях, результатах новейших исследований в сфере образования должны обмениваться не только ученые в области образования и дидактики или методисты и практикующие педагоги, но и представители смежных областей гуманитарных и социальных наук, например, философы, социологи, филологи, политологи, историки и социальные психологи.

Мы принимаем к опубликованию материалы, отражающие мультиперспективность научного знания. Редколлегия исходит из того, что именно через представление разных исследовательских традиций, разных научных подходов, разных методов научного анализа можно наполнить новым идейным содержанием академический и научный диалог, образование и коммуникацию, рассматриваемые в интернациональном, интеррелигиозном и интеркультурном контекстах. В то же время мы ожидаем от наших авторов, что они обеспечат валидность научных результатов, что в их работах будут отражаться гуманистические и демократические ценности, социальная ответственность, принципы уважения свободы, многообразия и достоинства отдельной личности, различных групп и объединений, без каких бы то ни было неоправданно резких, не идущих на благо науки дискуссий.

Как и прежде, мы выступаем за открытость и независимость в исследованиях образовательного дискурса и публикационной активности наших авторов; в тоже время мы высказываемся против растущей коммерциализации в вопросах, касающихся доступа к научным публикациям.

Несмотря на то, что нам придется столкнуться с увеличением расходов на дальнейшую разработку дизайна,  привлечения в нашу международную команду новых сотрудников и др., наши авторы все равно будут освобождены от всех редакционных  затрат, включая переводы аннотаций к научным статьям.

Какие изменения ожидают авторов в 2018 году?

Язык публикации. Как и раньше, редакция планирует представлять некоторые рубрики журнала, а также аннотации к научным статьям, на английском, немецком, русском языках, а, начиная с 2018 года, и на китайском языке. В то же время сами статьи, рецензии и т.д. теперь будут публиковаться исключительно на английском языке.

Авторы, для которых английский язык не является родным языком, обязаны перевести свой материал, включая аннотацию, на английский язык. Если статья получит положительные отзывы наших экспертов, переводчики, работающие в редакции, смогут выверить текст статьи. [Для того чтобы у наших переводчиков была возможность сопоставления оригинального текста и его переводной версии (для сохранения авторского стиля и содержательной концепции статьи), некоторые авторы  могли бы опросить присылать материалы и на английском языке, и на их родном языке.]

Индексирование в базах данных. Наш журнал зарегистрирован в Национальной немецкой библиотеке (международный стандартный серийный номер (ISSN) 2198-5944). Помимо этого, он индексируется во многих международных научных базах и каталогах: онлайн-платформа DOAJ, открытый электронный репозиторий по социальным наукам SSOAR, электронная библиотека научных журналов EZB, специализированный информационный портал «Все об образовании» FIS, специализированный научный портал «Социальные науки» Gesis Sowiport, немецкий федеральный образовательный портал Deutscher Bildungsserver. В перспективе мы рассчитываем на включение издания в такие авторитетные базы данных, как  Scopus, Elsevier, Web of Science и др.

При выборе той или иной базы данных мы обязательно будем руководствоваться  актуальными мнениями и оценками, а также существующими альтернативными вариантами (см., например, экспертный портал www.projekt-deal.de/about-deal/).

Требования к оформлению материалов. В Германии и других европейских странах часто научные издания имеют свои собственные формальные требования, которых они строго придерживаются. Это относится и к нашему журналу, включая этот номер, в котором мы соблюдаем ещё прежние стандарты (см.: www.ide–journal.org/instructions–to–contributors/).

В Америке, а также в других англоязычных странах наиболее часто используется стиль APA (стиль Американской ассоциации психологов). В Центральной и Западной Европе и Северной Америке различия не такие существенные. Обычно различия выявляются на примере определенных стран, например России. Это создает дополнительный объем редакторской работы по проверке источников, цитат, ссылок, библиографии и т. д. Принципиальными остаются вопросы транспарентности и целостности смысла, единства и формы содержания.

С учетом общих мировых тенденций и в интересах поиска универсальных стандартов в правилах оформления научных материалов, наше издание, начиная с первого номера, будет придерживаться стиля APA. Эти изменения не станут обременительными для наших нынешних авторов, потому что различия с предыдущими правилами очень малы. Не позднее, чем к началу января 2018 года Вы найдете нашу уточненную версию стиля APA по ссылке: www.ide–journal.org/instructions–to–contributors/.

Два номера в год. В интересах дальнейшего профилирования тематической направленности журнала и повышения эффективности редакционной работы, а также в целях отбора высококачественных статей из разных областей научного знания, мы намерены издать в 2018 году два номера, а не три, как это было раньше. Первый номер будет выходить в свет в начале июня, а второй – в начале ноябре. Об окончании сроков приема статей мы будем информировать Вас в нашем новостном блоке.

Что касается первого номера за 2018 год, мы рассчитываем получить от авторов сначала названия материалов до 20 марта, а полнотекстовые версии статей – до 30 апрелья 2018 года.

Уважаемые авторы, присылайте нам свои материалы.

Желаем Вам всего наилучшего в новом, 2018 году!

От имени редакции

Райнхард Гольц



Issue 2017, Volume 4, Number 2 online

Dear Readers, dear Authors,

The present issue is online since May 5th, 2017. You will find an overview about the main idea, the structure and content aspects of this issue in the foreword.

We thank the authors, and reviewers for their constructive cooperation. We are also grateful to all those who have helped us with translations, as well as formal organizational and technical tasks, among them Dr. Roman Beliutin, Dr. Oleg Zayakin, and Madelaine Saalmann.

Regarding the upcoming issues we are continuing with our wide, thematically open orientation toward educational developments from historical or international-comparative and intercultural perspectives.

Authors are requested to follow our Instructions to contributors (!) and to send their contributions for issue 3-2017 (online: October, 15th) by August 31, 2017.

We continue to look forward to high-quality articles, essays, and book reviews!

The Editors-in-Chief

E-mail: golz@ide-journal.org


Дорогие читатели, дорогие авторы,

настоящее издание находится с 5-го мая 2017 г. в режиме онлайн. Обзор основных идей, структуры и содержательных аспектов этого номера вы найдёте в предисловие.

Мы благодарим авторов и экспертов за конструктивное сотрудничество. Наша благодарность также касается всех, кто поддерживал нас в вопросах перевода, в формальных и технических работах, среди них др. Романа Белютина, др. Олега Заякина и Маделен Залманн.

Относительно следующих номеров мы сохраняем широкую, тематически открытую направленнось на вопросы развития образования с исторических, международно-сравнительных и межкультурных позиций.

Мы просим авторов соблюдать наши инструкции по оформлению Instructions to contributors (!) и присылать статью в редакцию для публикации в номере 3-2017 (онлайн: 15-го октября) до 31-го августа 2017 года.

Мы будем рады высококачественным в научном плане статьям, эссе и рецензиям книг.

Главные редакторы

Эл. почта: golz@ide-journal.org


Liebe Leserinnen und Leser / Autorinnen und Autoren,

die vorliegende Ausgabe ist online seit dem 5. Mai 2017. Sie finden eine Übersicht über Grundidee, Struktur und inhaltliche Aspekte dieser Ausgabe im Vorwort.

Wir bedanken uns bei den Autorinnen und Autoren, den Gutachterinnen und Gutachtern für die konstruktive Kooperation. Unser Dank gilt auch allen, die uns durch Übersetzungen, formale und technische Arbeiten unterstützt haben, darunter Dr. Roman Beliutin, Dr. Oleg Zayakin und Madelaine Saalmann.

Für unsere nächsten Ausgaben behalten wir die weite, thematisch offene Orientierung auf Bildungsentwicklungen aus historischer, international-vergleichender oder interkultureller Sicht bei.

Autorinnen und Autoren bitten wir, unsere Instructions to contributors (!) zu beachten und ihre Artikel für die Ausgabe 3-2017 (online: 15. Oktober, 2017) bis zum 31. August, 2017 an die Redaktion zu schicken.

Wir freuen uns auf weitere wissenschaftlich hochwertige Artikel, Essays und Buchrezensionen.

Die Chefredakteure

E-mail: golz@ide-journal.org