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Action in Teacher Education

   Through agreements with Taylor & Francis/Routledge and the City College of New York,  members of the Association of Teacher Educators now receive two journals, Action in Teacher Education and The New Educator, and have the opportunity to submit manuscripts and serve on the editorial boards of both journals. For information on Action in Teacher Education, click here.

The New Educator

      Starting January 1, 2015, members began to receive at no additional cost  online access to ATE's journals Action in Teacher Education and The New Educator, as well as the Taylor & Francis-owned journal College Teaching.  Print copies of Action in Teacher Education or The New Educator will be available for an additional $35 each or $70 for both (in addition to dues).  Online access will allow members to view and download all articles from these journals, both current and past issues. For information on The New Educator, click here.


For information on obtaining print copies of either or both journals, click here to send an email to ATE.

To order single copies or back issues of Action in Teacher Education, click here. To order single copies or back issues of The New Educator, click here.


ATE Books from Rowman & Littlefield Education

In association with Rowman & Littlefield Education (RLE), a Division of Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., ATE's books and other publications are available for purchase online.

You can purchase all ATE books through the Rowman & Littlefield website and browse through many other education resources.

Titles include:

  • A Brief History of Standards in Teacher Education
  • Democratic Practices in Education
  • Quality Mentoring for Novice Teachers
  • Reframing Teacher Education
  • Research Linking Teacher Preparation and Student Performance (Yearbook XII)
  • Research on Alternative and Non-Traditional Education (Yearbook XIII)
  • Research on Meeting and Using Standards in the Preparation of Teachers  (Yearbook X)
  • Research on Preparing Teachers Who Can Meet the Needs of All Students (Yearbook XI)
  • Research on the Effects of Teacher Education on Teacher Performance (Yearbook IX)
See Below for Several Featured Publications.


The Power of Clinical Preparation in Teacher Education: Embedding Teacher Preparation within P-12 School Contexts, Edited by Ryan Flessner and Debra R. Lecklider

Preparing teachers to work in our nation’s classrooms presents an array of challenges for teacher educators. Recently, organizations such as the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), and the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) released reports calling for change, supporting clinical teacher preparation, and encouraging links between university faculty, clinical faculty (P-12 educators), and pre-service teachers. This book (as well as its companion text, Case Studies of Clinical Preparation in Teacher Education: An Examination of Three Teacher Preparation Partnerships) responds to calls for change in teacher education. Sponsored by the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) and its Commission on Clinically-Based Teacher Preparation, the book includes program descriptions, theoretical frameworks, and research studies. Initiated in response to Dr. Nancy Zimpher’s keynote speech at ATE’s 2011 Annual Meeting, the Commission on Clinically-Based Teacher Preparation set out to identify exemplary programs of teacher education, promising practices within those programs, and research related to the programs’ clinical practices. This text represents the Commission’s findings.


Case Studies of Clinical Preparation in Teacher Education: An Examination of Three Teacher Preparation Partnerships, Edited by Ryan Flessner and Debra R. Lecklider

Preparing teachers to work in our nation’s classrooms presents an array of challenges for teacher educators. Recently, organizations such as the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE), the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), and the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) released reports calling for change, supporting clinical teacher preparation, and encouraging links between university faculty, clinical faculty (P-12 educators), and pre-service teachers. This book (as well as its companion text, The Power of Clinical Preparation in Teacher Education: Embedding Teacher Preparation within P-12 School Contexts) responds to calls for change in teacher education. Sponsored by the Association of Teacher Educators (ATE) and its Commission on Clinically-Based Teacher Preparation, the book includes program descriptions, theoretical frameworks, and research studies. Initiated in response to Dr. Nancy Zimpher’s keynote speech at ATE’s 2011 Annual Meeting, the Commission on Clinically-Based Teacher Preparation set out to identify exemplary programs of teacher education, promising practices within those programs, and research related to the programs’ clinical practices. This text represents the Commission’s findings.

Call 1-800-462-6420 or visit www.rowman.com and mention promotion code ATE20 to receive the 20% ATE member discount.


 New Book Now Available


A new book from ATE members is now available: Standing Together, Edited by Beverly J. Klug (a publication from ATE's Commission on the Education of the American Indian). Click here to go to the ordering page for Standing Together. Click here to go to the ordering page for ATE books.




LOOKING TO PUBLISH?

ATE and R&L would be delighted to learn about your ideas and new projects for books. If you are seeking a publishing partner, email the Education editorial team any time!

Tom Koerner, R&L Education Publisher

Susanne Canavan, R&L Editor

Sarah Jubar, R&L Editor


Do you have a Manuscript? 

ATE's Publications Committee is always looking for suitable manuscripts for publications that might be of benefit to teacher educators. Click here to download additional information and a review sheet.



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