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Advances in Teacher Education

Call for Book Proposals

Advances in Teacher Education is a series that explores teacher development across the teacher learning continuum, from teacher candidate preparation through teacher leadership development. For decades teacher education researchers, organizations, and policy makers have called for improving teacher education by creating preparation programs with strong clinical practice and robust opportunities for practicing teacher learning (e.g. AACTE, 2018; CAEP, 2013; Goodlad, 1990; Holmes, 1986, 1995; NAPDS, 2008; NCATE, 2010; Zeichner, 1990). Simultaneously, the field has recognized the important role that teacher leaders play in transforming classrooms and schools. Teacher leaders include those who assume formal roles as well as those who serve in less formal leadership roles from within their classroom. This series provides research-based guidance for enhancing teacher candidate and practicing teacher learning, expertise, and performance while also exploring tensions and challenge reigning assumptions.

Book proposals are currently being solicited for the Advances in Teacher Education Series published by Information Age Publishing. A volume published within this series incorporates conceptual and/or empirical work that contributes to our understanding of high quality teacher development. Examples might include: research on/by teacher educators and the preparation of teacher educators, pedagogical practices used to enhance teacher learning, teacher supervision and evaluation, diversifying the teacher pipeline, school-university partnerships, clinical experience, teacher education program design, school-based teacher educators, coaching/mentoring, subject-specific teacher learning, innovation, professional development, and teacher education policy, etc. The series is interested in national and international perspectives.

For more information, contact Diane Yendol-Hoppey at diane.yendol-hoppey@unf.edu. The book proposal should be emailed directly to diane.yendol-hoppey@unf.edu or mailed to:

Diane Yendol-Hoppey, Managing Editor
Advances in Teacher Education
Dean, College of Education and Human Services
1 UNF Drive. Building 57, Suite 3100.
University of North Florida,
Jacksonville, FL 32224-2676

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