Welcome to the spring issue of Teaching & Learning: The Journal of Natural Inquiry & Reflective Practice. Going to press with each issue always brings a sense of accomplishment and pleasure along with relief and gathering a breath before starting again the selection and editing processes involved with the next issue. The editor and the reviewers read manuscripts, make decisions about what to include in the journal, call for revisions, and then send the selected works forward to Beverly Solseng. For over 25 years, Bev has worked quietly, calmly, and efficiently, behind the scenes, as both copy editor and managing editor of the Teaching & Learning journal. She has graciously provided information to those who submit and resubmit manuscripts, to our reviewers, and of course to me and eight preceding editors; she has managed subscriptions, mailings of requested issues, queries from many, and helped with the transition from a paper version of the journal to today's electronic format. As with other editors before me, I have leaned on Bev for her expertise, wisdom, and impeccable management and copyediting skills. On the behalf of all who have had the privilege of working with Bev, I wish her a wonderful retirement when she will have more time to continue designing and sewing exquisitely beautiful quilts, remodeling a recently purchased home in the country, and taking trips with family. A million thanks and a million good wishes, Bev.
Margaret Zidon, Editor
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|Publication:||Teaching and Learning|
|Date:||Mar 22, 2010|
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