School Counseling Research & Practice Journal
A Journal of the Arizona School Counselors' Association, Inc.
FINAL CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS - DEADLINE: OCTOBER 15, 2012
The journal from AzSCA, Inc. (School Counseling Research and Practice) invites the submission of manuscripts for consideration for the third issue of this journal scheduled to be published in late fall, 2012. The deadline for manuscript submission is October 15, 2012 .
Manuscripts on issues of interest to practicing K-12 school counselors and counselor educators are welcome. Topics of interest would include empirical research, action research, innovations in school counseling practice, current trends and professional, legal and ethical issues. This issue will focus on advocacy for K-12 students. We are looking for both submissions about completed advocacy-related projects, data collection, analysis and your process of determining how to proceed, i.e., what were the roadblocks and successes along the way. In addition, articles on promising and beneficial school-based practices or contemporary issues for school counselors will be considered for inclusion. Your topic should be clearly connected to the ASCA Model in your manuscript. We are also seeking reviews of current books or other resources of interest to school counselors. The book and resource reviews should include practical implications for school counselors. We encourage counselor educators and their students to submit joint articles.
Manuscripts should not exceed 16 double-spaced typewritten pages, not including title page and references. The manuscripts should also be written according to the American Psychological Association (APA) Publication Manual (5th edition) style. Include on a separate page, the title of the article and an abstract of no more than 150 words. Submissions will be reviewed anonymously. Please be sure that authors names do not appear anywhere in the manuscript other than the title page. Use APA guidelines to eliminate biased language. Manuscripts must be sent electronically as e-mail attachment to editor, Pit.firstname.lastname@example.org. Direct questions should be addressed to Dr. Kolodinsky at the above email addresses.
Anyone who has experience as a school counselor or has published in professional journals, books, or has contributed chapters in books and would like to serve on the editorial board should apply to one or both of the co-editors by e-mail.
Further information including a PowerPoint on publishing/reviewing for publication and additional resources can be found on the Research Committee Tab of the AZ School Counselor Association website.