Family Science Review

Family Science Review is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Family Science Association.  We publish scholarly articles that focus on family research, theory, policy and education.  Articles with implications for strengthening all family types, including diverse families, are strongly encouraged. 

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We have a partial online archive for the oldest editions of our journal  - see links on the left.  Older issues of the journal are not all uploaded, however if you need an article that is not on the website, please contact Charlene VanLeeuwen, Webmaster. 

We have a new editor for Family Science Review.  Stay tuned ...we are looking forward to introducing Silvia Bartolic  to our members soon.  You can contact her by email  FamSciReview@familyscienceassociation.org

Call for Manuscripts

Family Science Review is seeking manuscripts for a special issue, “Designing and Implementing 21st Century Pedagogy and Andragogy Through Redesign and Technology”. This special issue is designed to share innovative techniques for reaching today’s students. 

Pedagogy is considered to be teacher-centered learning while andragogy is learner-centered learning. This special issue is dedicated to disseminating information about techniques focused on either type of learning. Manuscripts may cover a broad range of topics, such as: effective methods of using technology in and out of the classroom, best practices for hybrid and online courses, flipped classroom methods, enhancing technology use by students, using technology to enhance communication with and by students, specific course topics and how to change the process to meet the needs of today’s diverse set of students, examination of how today’s students learn and communicate, and solutions to thorny pedagogical or andragogical problems. A special emphasis on assessing the efficacy of such methods and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning techniques is preferred for all submissions.

Editors welcome theoretical, experiential and research-based manuscripts. They also welcome manuscripts from a variety of perspectives (e.g., practitioners, scholars within the field of family science, as well those in related field disciplines). Manuscripts are due April 1, 2017.