The Journal of Social Science Education will publish a special issue on the topic of “Teacher Training for Social Science Education” in September 2021. This issue will be edited by Birgit Weber, University of Cologne (Germany), and Olga Bombardelli, University of Trento (Italy).Read more about Teacher Training for Social Science Education (3-2021)
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Preliminary plan of special topics of the JSSE in the next two years.Read more about Preview of Thematic Issues 2021-2022
The Journal of Social Science Education will publish a special issue in 2021 on the theme of ‘Citizenship and Civic education for Refugees and Migrants?'
In this special issue of JSSE we would like explore the issues of refuges and migrants in terms of educational aspects and especially from the angle citizenship and civic education. Forced migration always has been issue that makes many people displaced from their home. Wars, religious, ethnic, and political conflicts, climate change, exist at many places on the world and the number of people affected by these issues/events significantly increased in recent years.Read more about Citizenship and Civic Education for Refugees and Migrants (2-2021)
The Journal of Social Science Education will publish a special issue in 2020 on the theme of ‘Global Education in Europe at Crossroads: Which Contributions from Critical Perspectives?' Editors of this issue are Dalila P. Coelho, João Caramelo, and Mehmet Açıkalın. Deadline for submissions: April 20, 2020.Read more about Global Education in Europe at Crossroads: Which Contributions from Critical Perspectives? (4-2020)
The editorial team of the Journal of Social Science Education invites authors to submit articles. The JSSE is an international peer-reviewed academic journal in the area of research on teaching and learning in the field of social science education.
It is characterised by its orientation towards both theory and research, originality and innovativeness, a strong interdisciplinary approach and internationalism with special attention to the European academic discourse (cf. Concept of the JSSE http://www.jsse.org/info/concept). The JSSE welcomes contributions on a broad range of issues and themes regarding social science education as well as those relevant to the precise subject area chosen as main topic for a particular issue.Read more about Permanent Call for Papers
The Journal of Social Science Education welcomes the opportunity to publish reviews of current books in social science education. Book reviews are either solicited by the responsible editor or may be offered unsolicited by prospective reviewers.Read more about Call for Book Reviews