New Horizons for Learning

Since 1980, New Horizons for Learning (NHFL) has served as a leading-edge resource for educational change by identifying, communicating, and helping to implement successful educational strategies.  Building on the work of founding editor Dee Dickinson, this new open-access incarnation of the journal retains the core values of the original and features an expanded vision that includes establishing an exciting, synergetic community of interdisciplinary professionals from across Johns Hopkins, the United States, and internationally, working together to better understand students and the learning process, professionally developing and empowering teachers, researchers and other education professionals, and utilizing differentiated media formats to combine research, policy, and practice to enable users to apply research in practical ways and on multiple levels.

Announcements

 
No announcements have been published.
 
More Announcements...

Vol 11, No 1 (2014)

Table of Contents

Articles

Sara Flowers
PDF
Inger McGee
PDF
Victoria Scott
PDF
Jeff Williams
PDF
Jessica Newhard
PDF
Lynn Shanahan, Mary Lavin
PDF
Ryan Schaaf
PDF
Deborah Carran, Sue Murray, Millicent Kellner, Christine Ramsey
PDF
Gina Anderson, Jody Piro
PDF
Julia Barnes
PDF
Hani Morgan
PDF
Lisa Schoenbrodt, Ariana Azzato
PDF