Editors Virginia M. Jagla, PhD, Associate Professor, Middle Level Education,
National College of Education, National Louis University
  Linnea L. Rademaker, PhD, Graduate School Dissertation Chair, Graduate School,
Northcentral University
  Elizabeth J. Grace, PhD, Assistant Professor, Diversity in Learning and Teaching,
National College of Education, National Louis University
  Ruth Ravid, PhD, Professor Emerita,
National College of Education, National Louis University
Technical Administrator Rob Morrison, EdD, Associate Professor,
University Library, National Louis University

i.e.: inquiry in education is a peer-reviewed online journal published by the Center for Practitioner Research at National Louis University. The journal serves as a forum for scholarly work pertaining to practitioner research. Readers and contributors include university, school, arts, and museum based practitioners. The journal features original practitioner research studies, theoretical articles pertaining to practitioner research, descriptions of practitioner research centers and book reviews.

i.e. is published twice a year (Fall, Spring). Submit online at this site under link "Submit Articles"

Prospective reviewers, please contact Virginia M. Jagla at Vjagla@nl.edu.

Current Issue: Volume 5, Issue 1 (2014)




Deconstructing Pre-service Teachers’ Field Experience Narratives: The Role of Epistemological Beliefs
Rebecca B. Bays, Carol Ashong, Teresa E. Ward PhD, and Nannette E. Commander

Book Review