Call for Chapter Proposals: Teaching to Prepare Advocates
As editors, we are seeking proposals for chapters in an upcoming volume, Teaching to Prepare Advocates, part of the Theory to Practice: Educational Psychology for Teachers and Teaching series.
In an age where the quality of teacher education programs has never been more important, educators need a fundamental understanding of the principles of human learning, motivation, and development. Each volume in the series will draw upon the latest research to help college instructors select and model essential principles of learning, motivation, and development prepare professionals to work with children and adolescents in diverse learning contexts using asset-based pedagogies. Theory to Practice: Educational Psychology for Teachers and Teaching is a series for instructors who teach educational psychology content in teacher education programs. Proposals are due November 1, 2019.
In the Teaching to Prepare Advocates volume, we are seeking chapters that fall within one of two themes: 1) Advocating for evidence-based principles of learning, development, and motivation and 2) Advocating for students.
Proposals should be between 500-750 words and address the following:
- Scope and summary of the proposed chapter
- Fit to the series and volume, as well as the theme listed above
In the spirit of collaboration and mentorship, we encourage authors to include graduate students or colleagues, who teach the same or similar courses, as co-authors.
- 11/1/19: Proposal due
- 1/1/20: Authors notified
- 3/1/20: Chapter due
- 6/1/20: Feedback from Editors
- 9/1/20: Revisions due
- 2021: Volume published
For full details on how to submit proposals, link to the Call for Chapter Proposals.