As part of the NNEST IS editorial team, we are accepting submissions of personal and professional stories on the intersectionality of NNEST leadership identities for the upcoming NNEST Special Issue Newsletter: Exploring NNEST Leadership Identities. Although many NNEST professionals serve in leadership capacities, we do not yet know enough about their unique leadership development. Therefore, NNEST professionals, their challenges, successes and needs are not often recognized in conversations about TESOL Leadership. The diverse contexts of NNEST TESOL leaders and their many roles provide fertile ground for the exploration of identity consideration in leadership development.
The purpose of this Special Issue is to capture individual stories of NNEST identity development. From these stories, we can better understand how NNEST construct their leadership identities and move successfully into positions of leadership, paving the way for the next generation of NNEST leaders.
Here are some guiding questions for submissions:
-How do NNEST leaders construct their leadership identities?
-How does awareness of one's self, different roles and responsibilities, and shifting contexts influence leadership identity?
We invite feature articles in the form of autoethnography, narrative inquiry, case study and other forms of personal/professional accounts.
The following types of submissions on the topic of "the intersectionality of NNEST leadership identities" are welcome:
All submissions need to
All figures, graphs, and other images should be sent in separate jpg files.
The specifications for the author photo are:
Check out our latest issue for more details: http://newsmanager.commpartners.com/tesolnnest/issues/2021-06-24/email.html.
Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for any inquiries.
The submission deadline is February 15th, 2022.
Thank you for your interest!
Merve Aydın & Mariana Hernandes Grassi
NNEST IS Newsletter Editors