Journal of Technology and Teacher Education (JTATE)

[ISSN 1059-7069]

# 1 Journal Ranking in “Teacher Education and Technology” (H-Index).


JTATE serves as a forum for the exchange of knowledge about the use of information technology in teacher education. Journal content covers preservice and inservice teacher education, graduate programs in areas such as curriculum and instruction, educational administration, staff development instructional technology, and educational computing.

JTATE is the official journal of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE).  Members have free, online access to all back issues of JTATE via LearnTechLib–The Learning & Technology Library.


Indexed in leading indices including: Scopus, Educational Research Abstracts, ERIC, LearnTechLib-The Learning and Technology Library, Index Copernicus, GetCited, Google Scholar, Journal Seek, Microsoft Academic Search, Bacon’s Media Directory, Cabell’s, Ulrich, and several others.


Call for Special Issue – Due January 15, 2021

What Teacher Educators Should Have Learned from 2020

Full Call PDF and Submission Information Here

This special  call is for a fast-tracked, open access, book published by AACE on lessons learned and best practices from 2020. The chapters will focus on research and practical outcomes from 2020 that have implications for improving teacher education with or through technology.

The year 2020 significantly impacted all facets of our lives, including education. The COVID-19 pandemic obviously pushed Pre K-12 and postsecondary education online. It also changed how we publish and share ideas.

There are several lessons that could have been learned—or should be learned—from a year of such experiences.

All of these lessons require action on the part of teacher educators and colleges of education. These lessons stem from the shining examples of teachers and teacher educators using technology to transform teaching and learning.

This book will feature lessons learned. Examples include:

  •  augmented and virtual reality for preservice teacher education,
  •  the need for continuous and situated professional development,
  •  rapid publishing for just-in-time response,
  •  returning to our instructional design roots,

and much more!

Because of the critical need for K-20 educators to have and use this information for the benefit of their students, this book will be freely distributed by LearnTechLib – The Learning and Technology Library.

Chapter Submission Guidelines

  • 3,000 – 5,000 words maximum
  • Must be submitted online by January 15, 2021
  • Must address the intersection of technology & teacher education
  • Should not be reports of single research studies
  • Should follow the format outlined in the full call document
  • Should not attempt to sell software, commercial products, or specific university courses

Full Call PDF and Submission Information Here