Week 2 Leadership Post-Publication
I didn’t realize the extent of opportunities to submit for publication. I read the summaries on each website that indicated the types of publications and investigated the accolades associated with each publication. After reviewing a plethora of choices, I have narrowed down my choice for publication submission to The Journal of Interactive Learning Research (JILR) and The National Council of Teachers of English-English Journal (NCTE-EJ). I picked the first publisher because the articles published are relative to interactive learning theory, design, implementation and the impacts associated with on-line learning. Since my Capstone projects involved an interaction between learners in an online discussion forum and critical thinking through critical feedback interaction, I feel that this platform fits with the message I have gained from this project. I believe that this could be an opportunity to share what I have learned and inspire other educators to try the same process and help create a world where learners are able to think independently.
I chose the second publisher, NCTE, because my Capstone results demonstrate a significant increase in written and oral communication. Learners, after implementing the critical feedback process, communicated in a fashion that inspired responses to discussion posts and open-ended responses to be more detailed, relevant, and rigorous. Given that the audience that reads NCTE are English educators, I feel that this platform will truly benefit those that read it.