Journal of Interdisciplinary Teacher Leadership

Call for Papers: Special Topics on Artificial Intelligence + Education Technology in K-12 Education

The Journal of Interdisciplinary Teacher Leadership (JoITL) invites submissions focusing on artificial intelligence (AI), education technology, and the social implications of technology in K-12 education. This special issue aims to explore the impact of AI on education and the strategies teachers employ to enhance their tech skills and foster critical thinking in students amidst evolving trends.

Deadline: August 31, 2024


We encourage contributions from various perspectives:

  • Classroom teachers
  • Educational researchers
  • Out-of-school educators
  • Tech industry experts


Submitted work can cover various topics related to AI and education technology.

  • ChatGPT
  • Augmented Reality
  • Digital Literacy
  • Collaborative Online Learning
  • Ethical Use of Tech in Education
  • And more


Manuscripts must be submitted through the online portal and will undergo peer review before a final decision.

About the Journal

The Journal of Interdisciplinary Teacher Leadership (Online ISSN 2474-7432) is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal aimed at educators, administrators, and researchers both formal and informal of all disciplines.

We welcome original articles on:

  • action research
  • case studies
  • analyses
  • literary reviews

We seek articles that explore a variety of topics in education and contribute new insights to the existing literature. We will also accept evidence-based essays, perspective pieces, and informed editorials that are not simply personal accounts or opinions.

Submissions are accepted year-round. Read our submission guidelines for more information.

JoITL is an open-access journal and does not charge article processing fees or article submission fees.

JoITL is a publication of the Kenan Fellows Program for Teacher Leadership at N.C. State University. Visit to learn more about our work.

The journal is a member of CrossRef and is indexed with the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), ERIC, GoogleScholar, Ulrichsweb, and NC State University Libraries.