ITE is currently seeking submissions for a special issue, Teacher Education in the COVID-19 Era: Perspectives and Possiblities During a Pandemic. Click here for more information.
Issues in Teacher Education (ITE) is a peer-reviewed journal published twice yearly by the California Council on Teacher Education (CCTE). The journal publishes original manuscripts focusing on topics, concerns, and methodologies for improving the quality of teacher education, broadly conceived to include pre-service preparation, the induction years, and the professional development of career teachers.
Volume 28, Number 2, Fall 2019
Becoming a Teacher in an Era of School Shootings
Emily Wender and Alicia DeMille
Preservice Teacher Burnout:
Secondary Trauma and Self-Care Issues in Teacher Education
Kyle Miller and Karen Flint-Stipp
Improving Supervisor Written Feedback:
Exploring the What and Why of Feedback Provided to Pre-Service Teachers
Tanya Flushman, Megan Guise, and Sarah Hegg
Special Issue - Teacher Education in the COVID-19 Era: Perspectives and Possiblities During a Pandemic
ITE is currently seeking submissions for a special issue, which will be entitled Teacher Education in the COVID-19 Era: Perspectives and Possibilities During a Pandemic. We invite first-person narratives from those involved in teacher education during the COVID-19 pandemic. At ITE, teacher education is defined broadly to include the experiences of teacher educators, teacher candidates, supervisors, master teachers, and program administrators. We want to hear your teacher education stories, from your perspectives (thus, feel free to use “I”). Fundamentally, what have we learned that will sustain us and teacher education during an ongoing, life- and profession-changing pandemic? For more details see our COVID-19 special issue call.
ITE is always seeking new submissions!
ITE welcomes submissions in a variety of genres, including empirical research, philosophical or theoretical investigations, reports by practitioners in various field settings that ground teacher preparation (e.g., descriptions of innovative practices/curriculum situated in the literature), and book reviews related to the theme. All submissions must be scholarly in nature and demonstrate substantive knowledge of teacher education as a field of study. To learn more about ITE and submit a manuscript, click here.
Founded in 1945, the California Council on the Education of Teachers (now the California Council on Teacher Education as of July 2001) is a non-profit organization devoted to stimulating the improvement of the pre-service and in-service education of teachers and administrators. The Council attends to this general goal with the support of a community of teacher educators, drawn from diverse constituencies, who seek to be informed, reflective, and active regarding significant research, sound practice, and current public educational issues.
Fall 2020 CCTE Conference
Kona Kai Resort, San Diego
Theme: The Future of Teacher Education