New members on the Editorial Board of Autonomy and Responsibility journal
Our editorial team is absolutely thrilled to announce that we have expanded our reach to four different continents and have welcomed new members from six different countries! Our team now consists of individuals whose interests, approaches, and work strongly align with the key values of our journal: diversity, dialogue, collaboration, inclusion, participation, and the multi-perspective approach. We're incredibly excited to see the rich and dynamic exchange of ideas that will undoubtedly take place as we learn from one another. We're confident that this will foster a polyphonic dialogue not just within our editorial team, but also within the pages of our journal. It's an exciting time for us, and we can't wait to see what the future holds!
The first two issues, now in English, similarly reflect these values. The first issue featured participants from a jointly organized international conference who discussed various aspects of inclusive excellence in higher education. The studies from multiple continents provide a multi-contextual framework for discussing and interpreting the topic. In this spirit, the upcoming second issue focuses on the paradigm of cooperative learning. It not only creates cultural diversity around the topic but also ensures trans-gradual diversity, from the pioneers of the cooperative learning discourse to popular cooperative learning authors and even junior or emerging researchers.
Bacher, Sabrina Viktoria
Senior Lecturer, Department of Teacher Education and School Research, University of Innsbruck, Austria
Assistant Professor of Education at the Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
Professor, Educational Management Policy & Curriculum Studies, Kenyatta University, Kenya
Gillies, Robyn M.
Professor, School of Education, University of Queensland, Australia
Associate Dean and Professor, Feinstein College of Education and Professional Studies, University of Rhode Island, USA
English language consultant, copyeditor
Sabath, Peter (University of Pécs, Hungary)
Former Editorial Board members (2015-2022)