We invite submissions for the April 2017 edition on: ECE Leadership in our times.
We particularly encourage presenters at the NZTC Symposium held on the 5 August 2016 to take this opportunity to submit a paper.
The ECE Leadership in our Times edition welcomes articles that speak to areas in ECE leadership:
Innovation and inspiring change
Biculturalism, diversity, and multiculturalism
Authentic leadership and values
Building and sustaining teams
Final date for submission: 20 January 2017
Criteria for He Kupu Journal Articles
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How to submit your contribution
Electronic copies (in Microsoft Word or Rich Text Format) of authors' manuscripts should be sent to the editor Dr. Nuhisifa Seve-Williams on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Authors are required to provide:
biographical outline of their background and research interests, their institution, and their full contact details, not exceeding 200 words
an abstract not exceeding 200 words
Submissions should be the author's original research and/or discussion of issues and experiences. We accept empirical research, literature reviews, critical analyses, colloquia, case studies and reflections upon practice. Papers should be written in English and should be between 3000 and 5000 words for peer reviewed papers, and 1000 to 2000 words for commentaries that are not peer reviewed.
We use the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association ® (6th Edition) for referencing guidelines.
Style and Formatting
We ask that you follow the below formatting guidelines to help us with the editorial process:
Use 2.5cm margins on pages
Use Arial 12 pt font for the main text; put titles in Arial 12 pt bold and subheadings in Arial 12 pt italics
Ensure there is double spacing between lines
Number all pages
Do not indent paragraphs
Avoid using footnotes or endnotes
Embed any tables and figures in the document (i.e. do not attach as a separate document), and provide titles along the top of the figure or table. Captions should be situated beneath in Arial 8pt. Make sure tables do not exceed the 2.5cm margins
Use just one space between sentences
Titles of publications and organizations in text should be italicized
For emphasis, use italics (not quotation marks or capitals)
When using numbers, spell one through nine, including two-year-old, but use numerals for ‘Floor 8’ or ‘Level 1’. Write 10 and above in numerals, but spell out large rounded numbers such as one hundred and or one thousand. Use numerals for numbers like 1,200 or 101
Avoid capitalization unless referring to a specific person or organization; however, capitalize ‘World Wide Web’, ‘Web’, and ‘Internet’.
The Review Process
Papers submitted for peer review will be blind-reviewed by members of the Editorial Review Board. Commentaries, research and practice notes will not be edited in the review process. Once reviewed the author or principal author will be advised if there are amendments to the submission required.