Call for Papers
2015(3) Dance Educator Special Issue - Dance for Students with Disabilities
Deadline for submission: December 12, 2014
The Journal of Dance Education (JODE) is the official publication of the National Dance Education Organization. It serves artists, educators, scholars, and administrators in dance education. JODE publishes original articles on topics and issues related to the practical and theoretical aspects of dance education and training. Special features have covered multiple intelligences, dance in private studios, technology, gender in dance, and more.
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2014 Mailing Schedule:
Volume 14 (1) to be mailed on 3/11/14
Volume 14 (2) to be mailed on 6/6/14
Volume 14 (3) to be mailed on 9/5/14
Volume 14 (4) to be mailed on 12/4/14
2015 Mailing Schedule:
Volume 15 (1) to be mailed on 3/4/15
Volume 15 (2) to be mailed on 6/5/15
Volume 15 (3) to be mailed on 9/4/15
Volume 15 (4) to be mailed on 12/3/15
Instructions for Authors
Call for Papers - 2015(3) Dance for Students with Disabilities