Welcome to Routledge Education!
We publish a wide range of books for pre- and in-service teachers, teacher educators, and educational researchers. On this site, you can explore our key textbooks by leading experts in the field, browse through useful resources for professional development, and read about our cutting-edge research monographs and handbooks. You will also find all the latest news about our authors, new and bestselling books, and conferences and events.
Feedback is arguably the most critical and powerful aspect of teaching and learning. Yet, there remains a paradox: why is feedback so powerful and why is it so variable? It is this paradox which Visible Learning: Feedback aims to unravel and resolve. Combining research excellence, theory and vast…
Paperback – 2018-08-22
Educational practice does not, for the most part, rely on research findings. Instead, there’s a preference for relying on our intuitions about what’s best for learning. But relying on intuition may be a bad idea for teachers and learners alike. This accessible guide helps teachers to integrate…
Paperback – 2018-08-16
This book, at the intersection of early childhood and reconceptualizing practice, looks at how practitioners, theorists, and teachers are supporting young children to care about the environment differently. Despite the current popularity of post-human perspectives, in social science more broadly…
Paperback – 2019-05-15
Teaching: the best job in the world. Yet, increasingly, it is considered one of the toughest professions. In recent years, practices have arisen and become widespread which overcomplicate teaching and increase teacher workload, while only having a marginal impact on pupil learning. Simplicity Rules…
Paperback – 2019-05-15
This book answers your key questions about educating English Language Learners (ELLs) and offers detailed guidance and concrete applications for your classroom. Designed as a one-stop-shop for classroom teachers of all grade levels and content areas, this book is chock full of essential information…
Hardback – 2019-05-14
Showcasing books that are themed around learning processes, practices and tools, we have put together this chapter sampler which includes the following excerpts:
This chapter sampler will be useful reading for higher education researchers, policy stakeholders, and L&D officers or teachers in vocational and higher education preparing adults for professional life.
Matt Pinkett and Mark Roberts share 5 top tips for teachers looking to develop better working relationships with male students.
How can we use technology in education? A Routledge FreeBook investigates technology enhanced learning, to assist you in your teaching.
Wise Words: How Susan Isaacs Changed Parenting is a fascinating collection that brings together the columns of parenting adviser Ursula Wise, ‘agony aunt’ for The Nursery World between 1929 and 1936, and pseudonym for the eminent educationalist and pioneering psychoanalyst Susan Isaacs. In our Q&A we ask the editor, Caroline Vollans, a range of questions including what she thinks Susan Isaacs would make of early years education today! Read our exclusive interview with Caroline below to find out more about her book.
Leading educationalist John Hattie introduces the Visible Learning project and explains the value of feedback in the classroom in this new video interview.
Author of bestselling book ‘Closing the Vocabulary Gap’ Alex Quigley explains why vocabulary is so important and what can be done to improve outcomes in this new video interview.
Karen Adler publishes a range of scholarly volumes, textbooks, handbooks, and professional books on language and literacy education, and ESL/EFL/ELT and multilingual education. She is interested in textbooks for students and pre-service teachers; professional books for practitioners; and cutting-edge research and scholarship in these fields.
Emilie Coin commissions academically rigorous and groundbreaking research across all sub-disciplines in the areas of Education, Psychology and Mental Health. She is interested in receiving proposals for research monographs, edited collections and Routledge Focus titles.
Lauren Davis acquires practical Eye on Education books for teachers in grades K–12. She is interested in books on a wide range of subject areas, including literacy, math, world languages, technology/innovation, and general best practices. She seeks books that are reader-friendly, easy to use, and provide clear takeaways and tools for busy teachers, as opposed to books that are research-heavy for scholars and preservice teachers. She is a former sixth-grade ELA teacher and has worked in publishing for more than ten years.
Alison Foyle has extensive experience in the field of education publishing. She commissions a wide variety of titles in the field of Special Educational Needs, with a keen interest in practical teacher resources, which are produced under the David Fulton imprint; textbooks for students in higher education and practitioners undertaking CPD; and scholarly and academic research texts. She also commissions in the growing field of Early Childhood Education research, and has a portfolio that includes several high-profile and successful international series.
Matthew Friberg acquires titles in the areas of Educational Foundations, Education Policy and Politics, Multicultural Education, and Social Studies Education. He publishes books for education researchers, scholars, and aspiring teachers.
Heather Jarrow acquires books in the disciplines of Higher Education and Educational Leadership. She publishes scholarly and professional books on the study of higher education and student affairs (HESA), including a burgeoning list of textbooks used in HESA graduate programs. Additionally, she acquires professional resources written for educators and administrators based in university and college settings. Within the discipline of Educational Leadership, she publishes books for both practicing and aspiring leaders, including textbooks for school and district leadership preparation courses as well as scholarly handbooks and supplementary titles. She also acquires professional development titles for practicing educational leaders.
Annamarie Kino-Wylam commissions for the David Fulton list in the areas of early years education, secondary education and education studies. She publishes books to support initial teacher training, textbooks for students on early years and education studies courses and practical resources for secondary teachers and early years practitioners. She also commissions books for Teaching Assistants.
Misha Kydd acquires scholarly research, textbooks, handbooks, and professional books/practitioner resources (for both Higher Education and PreK-12) in the following areas: Early Childhood Education, Special Education, Disability Studies, and Gifted Education.
Katie Peace commissions scholarly books on Education, Linguistics, Psychology and Mental Health and has a particular focus on working with authors based in Asia or with a research focus on Asia. Katie is interested in receiving proposals for research monographs and edited volumes on cutting edge research in these subjects.
Bruce Roberts is Publisher for Educational Psychology on both the Routledge and Fulton lists and for David Fulton Primary publications. He has twenty years of experience in academic publishing. He commissions books for Primary teachers and students on the David Fulton list including the bestselling Jumpstart series and the Fulton 5–11 textbooks series, and commissions research-level, professional books and textbooks in the areas of educational psychology, learning and instruction, and the interface between neuroscience, psychology, and learning. Recent publishing collaborations include the bestselling Visible Learning series of books, Introduction to Neuroeducational Research, Jumpstart Grammar, and Descriptosaurus.
Daniel Schwartz commissions handbooks, textbooks, scholarly works, and professional volumes in the areas of Educational Psychology, Educational Technology, Testing/Assessment, and School Psychology. The intended readership of these lists spans pre- and in-service teachers, instructional designers, educational psychologists and technologists, learning scientists, testing professionals, and school psychologists (including consultants and supervisors). He is interested in acquiring books, in each area, for graduate programs, research and library settings, and in-service practice in formal and informal learning environments.
Sarah Tuckwell publishes books in the areas of Higher Education (covering both the study of Higher Education itself and practical material that will help academics teach more effectively), Academic Writing and Research Supervision, Study Skills, Methods of Research (at undergraduate, postgraduate, and professional researcher level), Adult Education and Lifelong Learning, and books to assist international students who are studying for a qualification at an English-language institution. She is interested in receiving proposals from both new and established authors.
Elsbeth Wright actively commissions research monographs across a range of topics in the areas of Education, Psychology, and Mental Health. She is interested in receiving proposals for single-authored books and edited collections on cutting-edge research in these subjects for the Routledge Research program.
Looking to buy a selection of books or a particular title for all your staff? We offer discounts for schools when purchasing in bulk.
Speechmark is now a part of Routledge and offers practical, trusted resources for practitioners across education, health and social care.
The resources available cover Speech & Language, Special Educational Needs, Social & Emotional Skills, Early Year and Mental Health.