The Teacher Educator is published by Routledge, an international leader in education publishing and a member of the Taylor & Francis Group. Routledge began publication of The Teacher Educator in 2008.
The Teacher Educator joined the family of prestigious Routledge education journals that seek to influence the course of academic thought in education and educational research through scholarship and international discussion. The partnership with Routledge allows for a larger and more diverse readership, which serves to further strengthen the journal's position in the field of professionals, scholars, and researchers. This is especially important as research in teacher education continues to grow in its significance, scope, and implications.
Entering its 52nd volume year in 2017, The Teacher Educator is focused on current issues, research, and program innovations that augment teacher preparation and continued professional development for educators. The journal serves as an international, peer-reviewed forum for stimulating discussion among educators who seek to challenge existing boundaries in the field. Articles cover a wide range of topics, including:
- The internet and technology in the classroom
- Teacher licensure
- Educational psychology and classroom applications
- Disposition assessment in teacher education
Linda Martin (Department of Elementary Education) and Thalia Mulvihill (Department of Educational Studies) at Ball State University, are co-editors of the journal. If you have any questions, feel free to contact one of the editors.
To submit a manuscript online, authors should go to Manuscript Central.
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To subscribe or to download manuscript submissions information, visit The Teacher Educator new Web site.