Advances in Research on Teaching

The Advances in Research on Teaching series reports new understandings and insight about research on teaching and teacher education in terms of development of teachers (and teacher educators), methodology for studying teaching and teacher development, policy, and curriculum in relationship to teaching and teacher education. Therefore the series seeks books that articulate and explore development as a teacher (or teacher educator), the learning to teach process, the contexts of teaching and teacher education, the policies and practices that contribute to and shape development, the regulation of teaching, methodologies for examining teaching and development as a teacher, and curriculum as it relates to teaching, teacher development, and teacher education.

Award Winning Research:

  • 'Adolescent Boys' Literate Identity' (vol. 15) by Mary Rice, Brigham Young University
    Winner of the American Educational Research Association Narrative Research SIG Outstanding Book Award.
  • 'Places of Curriculum Making: Narrative Inquiries into Children's Lives in Motion' (vol. 14) by Janice Huber, University of Regina; M. Shaun Murphy,University of Saskatchewan and D. Jean Clandinin, University of Alberta
    Winner of the American Educational Research Association Narrative Research SIG Outstanding Book Award.


To submit a proposal to this series, please contact the series editor via email:

Dr Stefinee Pinnegar
Brigham Young University, USA
stefinee@byu.edu


All titles in the series