Call for Book Chapters Proposals: Working with teacher students as a tool for professional development of teacher educators

The book is a collaborative project of the Professional Development of Teacher Educators Research and Development community framework in the ATEE Association.
The aim of the book is to collate academic publications about research outcomes into a refereed and edited volume. The book’s uniqueness will be the multicultural views expressed in the ‘voices’ of teacher educators from a wide range of countries, cultures, religions and languages.

Book objectives:
Nowadays, not much research is available to teacher educators in this field, and the book will be a rich, varied and key source to the body of knowledge in teacher education. The chapters of the book will focus on the uniqueness characterizing the work of university based & school based teacher educators with teacher students. Based on the starting point that teacher educators serve as role models for students – their teaching and work with students have a unique nature and characteristics in the higher education system. This field can be investigated from different points of view and using a wide variety of research tools.

Details of the timing and requirements for proposals

The first step is to send us max 500 words overview of your proposed chapter. Proposals should clearly explain the focus, theme and content of the proposed chapter.
Once the call for proposals is over, the board will make decisions about the shape of the book and which chapters will be included (see below for the timeline). We want to be as inclusive as possible and to include a range of perspectives and experience.

Chapter proposals will be submitted in English to Dr Leah Shagrir – email:


May 20th, 2019: Proposals submission deadline

June 20th, 2019: Sending notification of decisions and author-guidelines

October 30th, 2019: Submitting the first draft of the chapters (optional)

December, 2019 – February, 2020: Sending reviews

May 31st, 2020: Submitting the full version of the chapters

August, 2020: Submitting the book to the publishing house

Comments (6)


I am just wondering if a relevant research in a non-European context is still going to be considered.

Thank you

Dear Sir,

Yes, it can be considered.
Please note that the new deadline is 20 May 2019.

Kind regards,



Sorry but the deadline has already been extended once.

I would like to learn where you will publish the book?
Best Regards,

a proposal will be sent to our publisher Routledge.

Can deadline be extended?

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