AMTE is pleased to partner with leading professional associations on the CITE Journal. We encourage you to read and contribute to this important journal.
Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education (CITE Journal) is an online, peer-reviewed journal, established and sponsored jointly by five professional associations (AMTE, ASTE, NCSS-CUFA, CEE, and SITE). Each professional association has sole responsibility for editorial review of articles in its discipline. The CITE Journal is published quarterly, and each edition includes articles related to the cross-section of teacher education and technology integration. A wide range of formats and approaches to scholarship are accepted, including qualitative research, quantitative studies, conceptual and theoretical pieces, case studies, and professional practice papers. Because of its online format, CITE Journal encourages articles that take advantage of the capabilities of the medium. Articles may include digital video and audio, color images, animation, and applets, as well as links to external resources.
- June 2018
- Believing and Doubting a Student’s Intuitive Conjecture About Perimeter, by Shelly Sheats Harkness, University of Cincinnati; & Bethany Noblitt, Northern Kentucky University
- March 2018
- Novice Teachers’ Use of Student Thinking and Learning as Evidence of Teaching Effectiveness: A Longitudinal Study of Video-Enhanced Teacher Preparation by Rossella Santagata, University of California Irvine; & Karen Taylor, University of California Irvine
- Video in the Middle: Purposeful Design of Video-Based Mathematics Professional Development by Nanette Seago, WestEd ; Karen Koellner, Hunter College, City University of New York; & Jennifer Jacobs, University of Colorado, Boulder
- December 2017
- Editorial: A Call for Articles on AMTE’s Standards for Preparing Teachers of Mathematics Use of Technology in K-12, by Beth Bos, CITE-Math Co-Editor
- Incorporating Multiple Technologies Into Teacher Education: A Case of Developing Preservice Teachers’ Understandings in Teaching Statistics With Technology, by Jennifer N. Lovett, Middle Tennessee State University; & Hollylynne S. Lee, North Carolina State University
- Computational Thinking in Mathematics Teacher Education, by George Gadanidis, Western University; Rosa Cendros, Western University; Lisa Floyd, Western University; & Immaculate Namukasa, Western University
- September 2017
- Flipping Preservice Elementary Teachers’ Mathematics Anxieties by Anthony Dove and Emily Dove, of Radford University
- June 2017
- The Efficacy and Impact of a Hybrid Professional Development Model on Handheld Graphing Technology Use by Daniel Ilaria, West Chester University.
- March 2017
- The Presentation of Technology for Teaching and Learning Mathematics in Textbooks: Content Courses for Elementary Teachers by Dustin Jones, Sam Houston State University; Victoria Hollas, Sam Houston State University; & Mark Klespis, Sam Houston State University.
- December 2016
- Assessing Elementary Prospective Teachers’ Mathematical Explanations After Engagement in Online Mentoring Modules by Jennifer Wall, Northwest Missouri State University; Sarah Selmer, West Virginia University; & Amy Bingham Brown, Utah State University.
The Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education is an international association of individual teacher educators and affiliated organizations of teacher educators in all disciplines who are interested in the creation and dissemination of knowledge about the use of information technology in teacher education and faculty/staff development.
The Society seeks to promote research, scholarship, collaboration, exchange, and support among its membership, and to actively foster the development of new national organizations where a need emerges. SITE is the only organization that has as its sole focus the integration of instructional technologies into teacher education programs.
The Association (founded in 1981) is an international, educational and professional not-for-profit umbrella organization dedicated to the advancement of the knowledge, theory, and quality of learning and teaching at all levels with information technology. This purpose of AACE is accomplished through the encouragement of scholarly inquiry related to information technology in education and the dissemination of research results and their applications through:
- Societies & Chapters (including SITE)
- Inter-Organizational Projects
CITE Journal Sponsors
The following professional societies are joint sponsors of the CITE journal. Each teacher educator association has responsibility for publication in its content area.
- Mathematics Education – Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators
- Science Education – Association for Science Teacher Education
- English Education – NCTE Conference on English Education
- Social Studies Education – NCSS College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA)
- General Technology – Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education (SITE)
The CITE Journal was established with support from a U.S. Department of Education Catalyst grant and is published by the Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education.