English in Education
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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the National Association for the
Teaching of English (NATE)
English in Education, the academic journal of the National Association for
the Teaching of English (NATE) publishes papers and articles which report on
research related to all aspects of English teaching both from within the
United Kingdom and from other nations, where English language and literature
are part of the school and Higher Education curriculum.
English in Education publishes research-based articles, reviews and poems,
reflecting on every aspect of English teaching. It considers new
developments in literacy, media, literacy studies, new technologies and film
and drama. It seeks to provide a forum for an open exchange of ideas, based
on research and serious professional reflection, on both the theoretical
underpinning of practice and practical applications of theory. It welcomes
equally contributions from established researchers as well as fresh voices
with something new to contribute to the community.
The Journal invites the submission of papers produced within a research
paradigm which report on dynamic and interactive pedagogies and which
interrogate contemporary responses to the changing nature of communication
in all its forms, including drama, digital and media literacy, as well as
all aspects of both language and literature. Guest editors are engaged for
Special Issues to focus on a particular theme or contemporary policy
Print ISSN: 0425-0494
Online ISSN: 1754-8845
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Current Issue: Volume 43 Issue 1 (Spring 2009)
Date: 15 May 2009