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For policymakers or practitioners who are interested in publishing about their experiences with more/less useful evidence. Check out @EvidencePolicy's Practice Paper option.
Published by the American Educational Research Association. Contains scholarly articles of general significance to the education research community and that come from a wide range of areas of education research and related disciplines.
Published by the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD). View themes and upcoming deadlines for manuscript submission here.
Call for papers for special issue: Youth Voices in Education Research. Submission period ends August 31, 2019. Learn more.
Published by the American Educational Research Association Special Interest Group on Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research.
Published by the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education. Focuses on policy, practice, and research that contribute to teacher preparation along numerous themes, including accreditation, assessment and evaluation, extended programs, teacher educators, student teaching, and others.
Announcing an open call for manuscripts for upcoming issues. Submission and publication dates are listed. The Review seeks essays, reports of original research, accounts of teacher and/or student practice, brief responses to previous articles in any of the previous three categories.
A newly inaugurated open-access, peer-reviewed, online publication housed in the School of Education at the University of Colorado Boulder, that promotes public scholarship committed to democracy, diversity, equity, and justice in education through cultivating dialogue among educators, researchers, students, community members, and policymakers. Read the call for submissions.
The new editors invite submissions on an array of education policy topics. The inaugural editorial offers the vision for the journal. Editors are interested in research focused on issues of educational equity, research that leverages new and innovative methodologies, and research that moves beyond evaluating a single policy or program to draw broader implications.
Seeking chapter proposals (maximum 500 words) for the book to be published by Springer. Read more information about handbook's objective and scope, content, and timeline/process. To suggest topics and authors for short chapters or to submit a proposal (up to 500 words) for a possible contribution, go here.
A peer-refereed journal that disseminates research and scholarship related to teacher preparation, practice and policy issues related to the teaching profession, and learning in the school setting.
An international journal concerned primarily with teachers, teaching, or teacher education situated in an international perspective or in an international context.
A peer-reviewed journal seeking innovative responses to the challenges of teacher preparation, teaching and learning of different subjects, teaching in the developed and developing countries, and so on.
A bimonthly peer-reviewed review journal published by Sage Publications on behalf of the American Educational Research Association and covering all aspects of education and educational research. Editors of the 2021 volume, Quality of Research Evidence in Education: How Do We Know?, seek proposals for chapters exploring the range of perspectives on what constitutes high-quality and relevant evidence. Deadline is September 30, 2019.
The editors are seeking proposals for chapters in an upcoming volume, Teaching to Prepare Advocates, that fall within one or two themes: (a) advocating for evidence-based principles of learning, development, and motivation; and (2) advocating for students. See Call for Proposals_Teaching to Prepare Advocates for more details. Deadline is November 1, 2019.
A bimonthly peer-reviewed journal published by Springer on behalf of the National Science Council of Taiwan. Publishes studies that explore the use of a variety of teaching and learning strategies in different cultural and cross-curricular contexts. Call for papers for two special issues: Posing Researchable Questions in Mathematics and Science Education (2020) and Science and Mathematics Teacher Educators and their Professional Growth (2021).
Published by the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Contains reports for science education researchers and practitioners on issues of science teaching and learning and science education policy.
An international journal publishing and promoting scholarly science education research. It examines early childhood, primary, secondary, tertiary, workplace, and informal learning as they relate to science education and is currently seeking proposals for special issues. Learn more.
Publishes original articles on the latest issues and trends occurring internationally in science curriculum, instruction, learning, policy and preparation of science teachers with the aim to advance our knowledge of science education theory and practice.
Submit a manuscript on any topic that may be of interest to middle level science teachers. Each issue of Science Scope is organized around a theme, but manuscripts do not have to be related to a specific theme. In addition to general interest articles, Science Scope also features a number of columns that may be a good fit for manuscripts. Upcoming deadlines and themes here.
Submit a manuscript on any elementary science topic that may be of interest to teachers. Each issue of Science and Children is organized around a theme, but manuscripts do not have to be related to a specific theme. Upcoming deadlines for January and February 2020.
A quarterly, peer-reviewed publication for STEM educators that emphasizes real-world case studies that focus on issues that are relevant and important to STEM practitioners. Studies may showcase field research as well as secondary-sourced cases. Case studies that cut across the different STEM areas and that cover non-technical issues such as finance, cost, management, risk, safety, etc. are encouraged.
The peer-reviewed academic journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and one of the world's top academic journals. The major focus is publishing important original scientific research and research reviews, but Science also publishes science-related news, opinions on science policy and other matters of interest to scientists and others who are concerned with the wide implications of science and technology.
A peer-reviewed multidisciplinary open-access scientific journal established in early 2015. It is published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science and is gold open access and online only. The journal's scope includes all areas of science, including the life sciences, physical sciences, social sciences, computer sciences, and environmental sciences.
Call for papers on Nature of STEM of Nature of S,T, E, M? Investigating the Interdisciplinary Foundations and the Educational Applications of STEM. Deadline is October 30, 2019. Learn more.
An online journal that highlights articles about highly effective programs and shares research that connects preK-12 STEM learning in schools and out-of-school settings. Visit the call for contributions. The journal is also seeking reviewers to evaluate submissions. If interested, send a CV to Beth Murphy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Published by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. Content covers preservice and in-service teacher education, graduate programs in areas such as curriculum and instruction, educational administration, staff development instructional technology, and educational computing.
Part of an Information Age Publishing series. The editors are seeking chapters on preparing pre-service and in-service teachers to integrate computer science content into K-12 curricula for a new volume.
Call for papers for a special issue on Computational Thinking and Coding for Learning in Teacher Education. Deadline is July 1, 2019. JDLTE is the official journal of the International Society for Technology in Education.
This bi-monthly publication is soliciting special-issue proposals. All submissions will be reviewed quarterly. The Research, Development, and Cultural and Regional Perspectives Editors will manage the proposal review process.
Published by the American Society for Engineering Education. Seeks to help define and shape a body of knowledge derived from scholarly research that leads to timely and significant improvements in engineering education worldwide.
Published by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. A peer-reviewed scientific journal within the field of mathematics education devoted to the interests of teachers and researchers at all levels--preschool through college. Manuscript submission guidelines.
A new journal from NCTM that will focus on current practices of mathematics education, as well as maintaining a knowledge base of practice and policy in looking at the future of the field. Content is aimed at the pre-school to 12th grade with peer-reviewed and invited articles. Launch is scheduled for January 2020. Write for MTLT.
Co-editors Mary Gutman (Efrata College of Education), Wurud Zayusi (Beit-Berl College) and Zvi Bekerman (Hebrew University) invite chapters for an edited volume on minority teachers, in particular those teaching in a foreign culture (FC) and majoritarian educational setting at all educational levels. Chapter abstracts of 150-300 words and a short bio-note must be submitted by October 31, 2019 to Dr. Gutman, email@example.com.
Recommended topics include: (1) induction and integration of minority teachers in a FC and majority educational settings, (2) international mobility and professional transitions of minority teachers, (3) comparative and narrative studies on migrant, ethnic minority and immigrant-origin teachers, (4) ethnic-minority teachers as agents in majoritarian educational settings, (5) pedagogical challenges confronted by immigrant minority teachers teaching in a FC, and (6) other options will be considered.
Teaching on Assessment
Co-editors Sharon Nichols (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Divya Varier (email@example.com) seek chapter proposals for this volume to be included in the Theory to Practice: Educational Psychology for Teachers and Teaching series. The primary audience for this series is those who teach educational psychology in teacher education programs. Proposals should be 500-750 words. Contact co-editors for topic ideas. Proposals should be submitted by November 15, 2019 to Christina Regier (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Social Media: Influences on Education
Co-editors Marlynn Griffin (email@example.com) and Cordelia Zinskie (firstname.lastname@example.org) invite proposals for chapters examining social media and education, broadly construed (e.g., cyberbullying in K-12, ethical use in medical education) for the above volume to be part of the Current Perspectives on Cognition, Learning and Instruction series. Typed chapter proposals of a maximum of 500 words should submitted to the co-editors by October 15, 2019.
Teaching to Prepare Advocates
Co-editors Mike Yough (email@example.com) and Lynley Anderman (firstname.lastname@example.org) seek proposals for chapters for their upcoming volume, part of the Theory to Practice: Educational Psychology for Teachers and Teaching series. Chapters should center on one of two themes: (1) advocating for evidence-based principles of learning, development, and motivation; and (2) advocating for students. Proposals (500-750 words) are due November 1, 2019 and should be sent to Christina Regier (email@example.com). Contact the co-editors with questions.
Based on the experience of reviewing studies and querying authors for information not included in study reports, ESER produced this reporting guide to recommend best practices for describing impact evaluations. The initial review was conducted using investigations of employment programs and strategies, but authors of other types of research or evaluation reports may find this a useful reference tool.
The 10 RELs pooled their resources to create this curated list of resources to provide tips on the topics of root cause analysis, setting a research agenda, using surveys, and data collection and use.
CADRE, the Community of Advancing Discovery Research in Education, has developed this toolkit with strategies that relate to stage of projects and purpose of dissemination.
This guide for evidence-based science communication with policymakers distills research findings from a review of scholarly works, interviews with policymakers, and a survey of 600+ scientists.
Watch the videos chosen for the 2019 showcase. Developers and participants in federally-funded projects to improve STEM and computer science education are invited to submit a video to the showcase and discuss it with researchers, practitioners, policy makers and the general public during an interactive week long event. Registration dates for the 2020 showcase have not been announced.