Call for Book Chapter Proposals for Anthology on Arts-Based Pedagogy
The COVID-19 pandemic created the largest global disruption of education processes and systems in history, forcing diverse educators within schools, universities, communities, and non-profit organizations to shift the ways in which they deliver knowledge. Transitioning from traditional face-to-face learning to on-line learning posed many challenges for both educators and learners, while simultaneously creating the opportunity for teachers to generate, cultivate and implement creative teaching strategies.
This anthology aims to center diverse arts-based pedagogical approaches used in on-line and in-person teaching, as many educators transition back to face-to-face instruction. We seek submissions that promote critical and socially engaged teaching and learning through the arts. We are interested in integrating findings from diverse educators’ personal research, classroom or community education experience to highlight practical and applied strategies that are designed to: engage learners, to support the development of student interaction, to cultivate a sense of community within classrooms, and to sustain learner interest in and accountability to course content. Furthermore, we are interested in the educators’ explanations of their own journey towards conceptualizing and understanding what artistic and creative pedagogies are, how they work and why they work.
Submission Process: If you are interested in proposing a chapter essay to be published in this book, please submit the following:
- 300-500 word abstract and author bio
- indicate what section/topical area that your paper falls under
- author(s) contact information & affiliation
Authors will be notified by: February 28, 2022 about the status of their proposals and sent chapter guidelines. Full chapters are expected to be submitted by August 15, 2022.