|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2014|
|Journal||Educational Journal of Living Theories|
|Type of Article||Foreword|
First, we dedicate this issue to Paulo Mellett (1979–2014), a young man taken from us too soon, who exemplified the values of the EJOLTS community in his commitment to working together with others in balance to regenerate our world. In this December, 2014 issue of the Educational Journal of Living Theories, you will find an impressive variety of articles from around the world including Canada, Oman, South Africa and United Kingdom. In addition to articles from professionals working in Health and Education, you will also find reviews and videos of our authors’ Living Theory research (Whitehead, 1989) Masters dissertations and Doctoral theses with urls to the entire documents (Mark Potts’ can be found in the June 2014, accessed at http://ejolts.net/node/227) The issue is completed by three book reviews.
In this foreword I provide a brief summary of each of the articles and include some of the responses of the reviewers. This provides evidence of our living culture of inquiry (Delong, 2013) in the EJOLTS community where we encourage and support our authors to strengthen their accounts in several iterations of the articles before publication. To conclude, I reflect on the book reviews and comment on the reviewing process and our valuing of reviewers.