Call for papers 2022

Distance education in the context of Literacy and preliteracy, its challenges and limits
Editors: Radka Wildová, Anna Kucharská
The call of the first issue of the sixth year (2022) focuses on distance learning in all levels of education with the acquisition of literacy skills. The transition to the online environment was challenging for all participants. For this reason, the first issue of 2022 focuses on the area of ​​rapidly developing distance learning, which changes the overall view of education.

Students with special educational needs in the educational context
Editors: Anna Kucharská
Call for contributions (2/2022): children, pupils, and students with special educational needs and gifted children, pupils, and students. Issue-focused is in the context of education and also in the context of literacy and preliteracy education. The topic that has resonated in recent years with society, the political sphere, and, above all, educational institutions is undoubtedly the inclusive education and inclusion of children and pupils with special educational needs in schools. For this reason, the second issue is reserved for all authors who deal with the topic.


University Counseling – Current Challenges and Trends
Editors:  Anna Kucharská, Klára Špačková

Counselling for university students is now a part of university activities. The aim of the monothematic issue is a reflection of the college counselling practice, which could support further development in this area. The issue aims to support all vulnerable groups of college students. Those with special needs (registered or confidential), students with socio-economic disadvantages, students in difficult social situations and life crises. Counselling services are also available for university staff to assist in dealing with at-risk students, guide personal and professional growth, and resolve problem situations. Contributions can be theoretical studies, review articles, research studies, or methodological studies.