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ACT publishes Teaching Citizenship once a term in October, January and May. It is sent to all ACT members. More about ACT membership
Teaching Citizenship contains articles about Citizenship education in primary and secondary schools and has case studies and lesson plans.
The latest edition is available online to members only. Previous editions from this school year are available below. For earlier editions please contact email@example.com
Lee Jerome, PGCE tutor at London Metropolitan University and Chair of ACT's Council edits Teaching Citizenship firstname.lastname@example.org and for each edition appoints a specialist guest editor and has the support of teachers on the ACT Council.
Suggestions for themes for future editions are welcome, as are letters telling us what you think of the journal, what you would like to see in future editions and generally what you think about developments in the world of citizenship.
The redesign of this magazine (Autumn 2011) aims to be fresh and contemporary, as well as clean, simple and accessible. Your feedback is vital to this process, please let us know what you make of the new look.
Lionel Openshaw, Design & Production Editor email@example.com
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If you have immediate news to share with ACT and Citizenship teachers, this can be included on our website and in our monthly e-newsletter Citizenship Focus which is sent to all members in the first week of each month. Please contact Amy Woodworth.
If you would like to contribute to the journal with news, information or debate about Citizenship education contact Lee Jerome who is chair of ACT council and journal editor. Please refer to our Contribution Guidelines. We cannot offer remuneration for articles nor can we guarantee publication.
Contributions should be 200 - 2,000 words long and can take the format of an article, review or case study. If you'd like to contribute in another format please let us know as we'd be interested in that too.
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Description : You can contribute anything from 200 to 2,000 words and these can be in the form of an article, a review or a case study. These guidelines will help you ensure that you write a good piece.
If you'd like to discuss other formats please contact us. We're always interested!