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December 19th, 2018 by Amneris Solano
The Kenan Fellows Program for Teacher Leadership is proud to announce it has published the fourth issue of its Journal of Interdisciplinary Teacher Leadership (JoITL) on a new platform.
The issue features articles on a variety of topics including the use of immersive classroom simulations in preservice teacher education, teacher leadership in special education, leadership for professional development in mathematics, efficacy beliefs of pre-service STEM teachers, and efficacy in math education among African American and Latino students.
You can read the latest issue on our new website, which allows authors to submit manuscripts online. We hope the new site will be more user-friendly and provide a better platform to showcase the work of the authors.
We were privileged to have received submissions from university researchers and educators from across the United States, and are now accepting submissions for our fifth issue to be published in December 2019. We are accepting submissions for the new issue through Aug. 30, 2019. To submit an article, you must register on the website.
Please click the button below to read the Journal and learn how to submit a manuscript.
The Journal would not be possible without the support of the educators in the Kenan Fellows Alumni Network who had the vision for the publication and serve on the Editorial Review Board.Read the Journal