Redesigning teacher education

Luke, Allan, Luke, Carmen and Mayer, Diane E. (2000) Redesigning teacher education. Teaching Education, 11 1: 5-11. doi:10.1080/10476210050020318


Author Luke, Allan
Luke, Carmen
Mayer, Diane E.
Title Redesigning teacher education
Journal name Teaching Education   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1047-6210
1470-1286
Publication date 2000-04
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.1080/10476210050020318
Volume 11
Issue 1
Start page 5
End page 11
Total pages 7
Place of publication London, U.K
Publisher Taylor & Francis
Collection year 2000
Language eng
Subject C4
330305 Teacher Education - Higher Education
740300 Higher Education
Formatted abstract
This year 2000 edition of Teaching Education marks a number of changes. It is the second decade of Teaching Education (TE) since its founding 10 volumes ago by Dan Marshall, Jim Sears and colleagues. It is our first as editors, working with Carfax Publishing, Taylor & Francis. It also marks a move from TE’ s editorial homes at the University of South Carolina, Pennsylvania State University and Wright State University to the University of Queensland, Australia. We thank all the editors, production, subscription and design staff, editorial board members, reviewers, columnists and contributors for 10 years of a uniquely generative  “scholarly journal written for and by reflective practitioners”.

We will maintain its traditions of scholarship and relevance, but also its commitment to intellectual and community diversity and to social advocacy. Teaching Education has been different: it has deliberately, polemically attempted to push the fields of teacher education in new directions, into collisions with other kinds of knowledge, theory and practice, into other, visionary forms of teacher education. For us, the task is to make it different again: to take up the challenges of uncertain cultures and risky economies, strange technologies and alien students, of new educational and political relationships between institutions, governments, communities and each other. In short: to figure out what our work as teachers and teacher educators should be in new times.
© Graduate School of Education, University of Queensland
Q-Index Code C4

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Sub-type: Article (original research)
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