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Subject: CIES-L: Call for Papers for Special Guest Themed Issue 
Journal:Teaching Education


> This is an announcement from CIES-L.
> Please do not reply to this message.
> _______________________________________________
>
> Announcement:
> Call for Papers
>
> Special Guest Themed Issue Journal: Teaching Education,
> Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
>
>
> Internationalization of Teacher Education: Creating Global Competent 
> Teachers and
> Teacher Educators for the 21st. Century
>
> GUEST EDITOR - REYES L. QUEZADA, ED.D.,
> PROFESSOR
> UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO,
> SCHOOL OF LEADERSHIP & EDUCATION SCIENCES
>
> “A key role for higher education institutions must be to graduate future 
> P-12
> teachers who think globally, have international experience, demonstrate 
> foreign
> language competence, and are able to incorporate a global dimension into 
> their
> teaching” (Heyl & MacCarthy, 2003).  Therefore, there is a need for the
> internationalizing of Teacher Education so teacher educators may lead the 
> way in
> developing partnerships and creating international training programs for
> prospective teacher, counselor, and administrator candidates so they may 
> become
> more “cosmopolitan” educators (Luke, 2008).  The focus questions are: (1) 
> How do
> we define internationalization in teacher education and what does it mean 
> to have
> international competence in education? (2) What does it mean to be a 
> competent
> global teacher? (3) How can Schools of Education ensure that all teacher
> education candidates are competent and have the knowledge, skills and
> dispositions to be effective intercultural teachers in an era of 
> globalization?
>
> Focus: (1) report on research on the state of teacher training for P-12
> international education, and on international education and teacher 
> preparation
> in the United States, (2) research and reflect on what is the role of 
> teacher
> education in preparing more “cosmopolitan” teachers while working with 
> P-12
> students, and to identify effective teacher education programs in Schools 
> and
> Colleges of Education that are involved in international education 
> partnerships,
> (3) identify effective practices in which teacher education faculty are 
> supported
> in internationalizing teacher education curricula, (4) to learn from 
> “voices from
> the field” as to how internationalization has had an impact on teaching, 
> program
> development as well as professional development. and (4) report on 
> opportunities
> in international education for underrepresented education candidates.
>
> Theme Strands:  Prospective authors will address themes on: International
> Education, International Education and Teacher Preparation, International 
> Student
> Teaching Overseas/Abroad, International Teacher Preparation Programs and
> Partnerships, Equal Access to International Education Participation,
> Participation by Ethnic Minority and Low Socio-economic University 
> Students in
> International Education Programs, and International Baccalaureate Schools 
> and
> Programs
>
> Deadline:  Manuscripts are due before and no later than February 15, 2009.
> Publication date of issue is Fall 2009.
>
> Procedures:
> 1. Manuscripts should be submitted in quadruplicate; the name(s) of the 
> author(s)
> should not be on the four copies of the manuscript.  Include a cover 
> letter
> bearing the name(s), address(es), and telephone number(s) of the author(s) 
> and a
> postage-paid return envelope.
> 2. Teaching Education seeks to publish articles that are thorough and
> comprehensive in nature; manuscripts to include a maximum of 7000 words 
> including
> references.
> 3. Send manuscripts to: Professors Reyes Quezada Editor of Themed Issue:
> Teaching Education. University of San Diego-School of Leadership and 
> Education
> Sciences, 5998 Alcala Park, San Diego, CA 92110-2492. For further 
> information
> e-mail: [log in to unmask] Manuscripts will be reviewed by the editor, 
> and
> appropriate manuscripts sent to reviewers. The principal author will 
> receive
> notification.
> 4. After a manuscript has been accepted for publication, the author(s) may 
> be
> asked to make revisions. Once a manuscript has been accepted for 
> publication, the
> author(s) will submit a final edited version through e-mail on Microsoft 
> Word.
> 5. Please use the Publication Manual of the American Psychological 
> Association,
> 5th edn. See also http://apastyle.apa.org/
>
>
>
>
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