ATE'S PUBLICATIONS PAGE
ATE's Journals, Action in Teacher Education and The New Educator
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. For information on The New Educator, click here.
Starting January 1, 2015, members will 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 the journals will be available for an additional $16 per journal (in addition to dues). Online access will allow members to view and download all articles from these journals, both current and past issues. More information will be provided as the transition date gets closer.
ATE Books from Rowman & Littlefield Education
In association with Rowman & Littlefield Education (RLE), a Division of Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., ATE books are available for purchase online.
Handbook of Research on Teacher Education, Third Edition is available to members at a 15% discount! Click here to go to ATE's members only site; after you log in, you can download the order form with discount information. (If you have trouble logging in, click here to send an email to ATE. If you are not a member but would like to purchase the book, click here to purchase directly from Taylor and Francis.)
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.
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.