Tertiary Level Education: Theory, Classroom Teaching and Creativity

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Al-Jouf University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
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Tertiary Level Education: Theory, Classroom Teaching and Creativity


I cordially invite your research papers for the forthcoming book entitled as Tertiary Level Education: Theory, Classroom Teaching and Creativity. Scholarly and unpublished research papers are invited from scholars/faculty/researchers/writers from all over the world for this volume.

Proposed Publisher:

The volume will be published with an ISBN (International Standard Book Number) by a renowned publisher from New Delhi, India.

Thematic Focus of the Volume:
From the very beginning, we strongly believe that adult’s motivation in learning increases when they are given the chance of finding answers to the questions about which they are curious. We equally believe that as educators and parents, we can all contribute to student’s development by allowing them to interact with various sources of information along with innumerous tools that can enrich their lives and perspectives. The roots of this book can be found in my eagerness to learn more about the learning itself. I have decided to separate the book into three main parts because each part is an important facet of student’s learning. In the first part, the author wishes the scholars to discuss and write on the fundamentals of learning at tertiary level, cognitive development theory, socio-cultural theory which explain the relationship between learning and development with nuances that are important to educators at work. In the second part, the author wants scholars to scrutinize some of the most pertinent issues related to classroom teaching at tertiary level. The last part of the book is allocated to creativity, a traditionally well-known reality of all human experience although one that is not officially taught in formal teaching. While explaining the theoretical bases of creativity, the author wishes the scholars to focus on innovations in learning and teaching.
We are well aware that there is not the best way of learning or teaching but we can hope that we will always improve the conditions and contexts where we teach.

Editing requirements:

• Paper size: A4, Font & size: Times New Roman 12, Spacing: Single line, Margin of 1 inch on all four sides.
• Title of the paper: bold, title case (Capitalize each word), centered.
• Text of the paper: justified. Font & size: Times New Roman 12.
• References: Please follow MLA style (Only Author-Date or Number System) strictly. Don’t use Foot Notes. Instead use End Notes.
• Titles of books: Italics.
• Titles of articles from journals and books: “quoted”.
• Articles should be submitted as MS Word 2003-2007attachments only.
• The paper should not usually exceed 14 pages maximum, 5 pages minimum in single spacing.
• Each paper must be accompanied by i) A Full Paper ii) Abstract of paper about 100-200 words and iii) A short bio-note of the contributor(s) indicating name, institutional affiliation, brief career history, postal address, mobile number and e-mail, in a single attachment. Please don’t send more attachments.
• The papers submitted should evince serious academic work contributing new knowledge or innovative critical perspectives on the subject explored.

Mode of Submission:

Each contributor is advised to send full paper with brief bio-note, and abstract as a single MS-Word email attachments to email addresses: mukeshy31@gmail.com up to 15 July, 2012. We strictly adhere to deadlines, so please see your paper reaches on time.

Selection Procedure:

All submissions will be sent for blind peer reviewing. Final selection will be made only if the papers are recommended for publication by the reviewers. The details of the selection of your paper will be informed to you telephonically or on your email. The editor has the right to make necessary editing of selected papers for the sake of conceptual clarity and formatting. Non-selected papers will not be sent back to the contributor in any form. So, all contributors are advised to keep a copy of their submission with them. Each contributor will get a free complimentary copy from publisher.
The contributors will be intimated about the selection of their articles by 1st August, 2012.

Plagiarism Alert:

Contributors are advised to adhere to strict academic ethics with respect to acknowledgment of original ideas from others. The editors will not be responsible for any such lapse of the contributor. All submissions should be original and must be accompanied by a declaration that it is an original work and has not been published anywhere else. It will be your sole responsibility for such lapses, if any. Neither editor, nor publisher will be responsible for it.

No Contribution/Subscription fees. Papers will be accepted and published free of cost and only on basis of quality and each contributor will get a free complimentary copy from publisher.


Dr. Mukesh Yadav
Associate Professor, Deptt of English, Al-Jouf University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
About the Editor:
Dr Mukesh Yadav is currently working as an Associate Professor in Al-Jouf University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He has extensive expertise in Diasporic Writing and Cross-Cultural education. He holds a Ph.D in South-Asian Diasporic Literature from University of Rajasthan. He has authored four books in the field of language and literature. He has been to Garyounis University, Libya where he taught TESOL, theoritical linguistics and sociolinguistics. His new added research interests are the role of culture in language teaching, bilingualism, foreign and second language teaching methods, ELT, syllabus design and textbook evaluation. He has published ten articles in refereed journals and submitted seventeen more for print. He has ten years of progressively responsible teaching experience at the University level in India, Libya and Saudi Arabia.

Contact Information:

For inquiries: mukeshy31@gmail.com

For submissions: mukeshy31@gmail.com
Telephone: 0966-532621373

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