The European Journal of Teacher Education (EJTE) is the official journal of the Association for Teacher Education in Europe (ATEE). Its audience includes all those who have a professional concern with or interest in the education of teachers for all age groups.
The EJTE provides an opportunity for the dissemination of educational research which investigates theory, policy and practice in teacher education at pre-service and in-service levels predominantly in the countries of Europe. Relevant articles from other countries will be considered.
The journal is published by Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group.
EJTE is an international academic journal. In order to maintain the high standards appropriate to such a journal, all contributions received are submitted for blind review by two peers, additionally to review by the Editorial Board. The decision of the editor on the acceptance of articles is final and no correspondence can be entered into on reasons for rejection of a submitted contribution.
Authors who are interested in publication of their papers in the EJTE can send in their submissions for review. More information can be found at the website for online contributions.
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