Teaching Education is an interdisciplinary forum for innovative practices and research in teacher education. Submission of manuscripts from educational researchers, teacher educators and practicing teachers is encouraged. Contributions are invited which address social and cultural, practical and theoretical aspects of teacher education in university-, college-, and school-based contexts.
The journal’s focus is on the challenges and possibilities of rapid social and cultural change for teacher education and, more broadly, for the transformation of education. These challenges include: the impact of new cultures and globalisation on curriculum and pedagogy; new collaborations and partnerships between universities, schools and other social service agencies; the consequences of new community and family configurations for teachers’ work; generational and cultural change in schools and teacher education institutions; new technologies and education; and the impact of higher education policy and funding on teacher education.
Manuscripts addressing critical and theory-based research or scholarly reflections and debate on contemporary issues related to teacher education, will be considered. Papers should attempt to present research, innovative theoretical and/or practical insights in relevant current literature and debate. All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous double-blind peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymized refereeing by at least two anonymous referees.
Editors: Professor Diane Mayer (Oxford University Department of Education), Professor Julianne Moss (Deakin University, Australia), Professor Dennis Sumara (University of Calgary, Canada) and Associate Professor Ian Thompson (Oxford University Department of Education).
Editorial office: Joanna Hazell, Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: +44 (0)1865 284407