Theme: EDUCATION FOR DEVELOPMENT
This is a call for the Volume 2 Issue1 and 2 of 2020 publication of the Msingi Journal. Msingi is an Internationally peer reviewed journal, which is produced biannually by the Department of Educational Foundations, Kenyatta University, Kenya. The Journal has also been recognized by Google Scholar. The aim of Journal is to provide scholars with a platform for debate and discussion on various educational issues in Africa and Internationally. This call aims at interrogating critical issues pertaining Education for Development. The call is cross-cutting through various disciplines, thus preference will be given to inter-disciplinary papers.
- Education and Technology
- Curriculum Review in Kenya
- Education and Radicalization
- Education and Finance
- Guidance and counseling in Education
- Gender and education
- Citizenship Education
- Internationalization of Education
- Philosophical Foundations of Education: Issues in History, Sociology, Comparative and Philosophy
- Education and Health
- Education Reforms, Finance, Policy, Planning and Administration
- Education for Environmental Sustainability
- Education for Innovation, Science and Technology
- National values, social cohesion, Peace and development
- Education, Entrepreneurship and Agri-business
- Education for Tourism and Hospitality Development
- Inclusive Education and Life Long Learning
- Education for Community Development
- Education Governance and Ethics
- Education For Renewable and Non-renewable Resources
- Education for Career development
Submission of Paper:16th September 2019
Notification of Acceptance of the paper:16th October 2019
Final Paper Submission (with changes): 16th November 2019
Abstract and Paper Guidelines
- Authors full contact details, affiliation and Corporate Email Address and a brief bio statement
- Abstract in Microsoft Word format Times New Roman font size 12, not exceeding 300 words
- Abstract to be single spaced and in italics; use the APA format, Key words should not exceed 6.
- The paper not to exceed twenty pages (20) of 1.5 line spacing using Times New Roman Font 12
- Where applicable the paper should include the sections: Introduction, Objective(s), and Methods, Results and discussion, Summary and Conclusions.
- Use of footnotes to describe the author
- Use of asterix to identify the main author.
- Authors to indicate the order in which they would like the authors’ names to appear( applicable for more than one author)
- Submission of plagiarism Report –Turnitin
- The author will be informed of publication fee once the paper has been accepted.