The Routledge Research in Teacher Education series presents the latest research on Teacher Education and also provides a forum to discuss the latest practices and challenges in the field.
Please send inquiries or proposals for this series to one of the following:
Emilie Coin: [email protected] – Editor, UK, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East
Elsbeth Wright: [email protected] – Editor, North & South America
Vilija Stephens: [email protected] – Editor, Australia & New Zealand
Katie Peace: [email protected] – Publisher, Asia
Communicating Social Justice in Teacher Education Insights from a Critical Classroom Ethnography
Dismantling Educational Sexism through Teacher Education Engaging Preservice Teachers in an Anti-Sexism Curriculum
Individual, School, and National Factors Impacting Teachers’ Workplace Learning Discourses of Informal Learning in North America and Lithuania
Teacher Educators and their Professional Development Learning from the Past, Looking to the Future
Professional Learning and Identities in Teaching International Narratives of Successful Teachers
Teacher Quality and Education Policy in India Understanding the Relationship Between Teacher Education, Teacher Effectiveness, and Student Outcomes
Becoming Somebody in Teacher Education Person, Profession and Organization in a Global Southern Context
Europeanisation in Teacher Education A Comparative Case Study of Teacher Education Policies and Practices
By Aubrey A. Huber
November 11, 2021
Evolving out of ethnographic fieldwork, this text examines how ideas of social justice are articulated and communicated by pre-service teachers and graduate teaching assistants in the US. By positing the concept of "help" as central tenet of social justice within teacher education, this volume ...
By Kimberly J. Pfeifer
October 26, 2021
This book details the development and impacts of anti-sexist professional development (PD) workshops for preservice teachers. Designed to help teacher candidates recognize gendered approaches and reconsider their role as anti-sexist educators, Dismantling Educational Sexism through Teacher ...
By Elena Jurasaite-O’Keefe
August 17, 2021
By drawing on observation and detailed discourse analysis from interviews with teachers in Lithuanian and North American schools, this text identifies individual, school-specific, and national factors which impact teachers’ informal professional learning. Addressing multiple layers of teacher ...
Edited By Ian Menter
August 17, 2021
This book examines the history, recent developments, and direction of travel of Russian teacher education. It draws on scholarly expertise and professional experience in Russia and locates the policies and practices that are discussed within the context of the continuing global reform of teacher ...
Edited By Ruben Vanderlinde, Kari Smith, Jean Murray, Mieke Lunenberg
May 27, 2021
This book focuses on the professional development of teacher educators, forming a definitive and expert resource for all those interested in this area of professional learning. It offers an in-depth overview of existing international research and professional development initiatives in the area of ...
Edited By A. Cendel Karaman, Silvia Edling
May 03, 2021
This book explores the reflective potentialities offered by analyses of teachers’ professional learning narratives. The book has a specific focus on narratives on professional learning and professional identities emerging from different contexts and gives a deeper understanding of successful ...
By Preeti Kumar, Alexander W. Wiseman
April 19, 2021
By drawing on quantitative data and qualitative analyses of five major national education policies implemented in India over the last 15 years, this comprehensive volume explores their impact on teacher quality and perceived effectiveness, explaining how this relates to variations in student ...
By Zehava Rosenblatt, Theo Wubbels
April 13, 2021
Accountability and Culture of School Teachers and Principals studies the degree to which teachers and principals in eight countries view themselves as taking responsibility, working by clear standards, reporting transparently, and accepting feedback at work. The book focuses on cultural ...
By Kari Kragh Blume Dahl
March 02, 2021
Becoming Somebody in Teacher Education explores the realities of contemporary teacher education in Kenya. Based on a long-term ethnographic fieldwork, it views the teacher training institution as a space to grow, become and be shaped as teachers in complex moral worlds. Drawing on a rich ...
Edited By Laura Baecher
December 30, 2020
By exploring the experiences of pre- and in-service teachers, as well as the design and implementation of study abroad programs developed specifically for them, this volume highlights the potential of international learning in promoting teachers’ global and critical understandings of their ...
By Vasileios Symeonidis
November 27, 2020
This book explores the phenomenon and process of Europeanisation in the field of teacher education. Drawing on comparative case studies in Austria, Greece and Hungary, it examines empirical data and analyses key themes around the continuum of teacher education, the development of teacher competence...
Edited By Fred Dervin, Robyn Moloney, Ashley Simpson
April 15, 2020
This book critiques models of intercultural competence, whilst suggesting examples of specific alternative approaches that will successfully foster intercultural competence in teacher education. Bringing together diverse perspectives from teacher educators and student teachers, this volume ...