Book Review Guidelines
GTE accepts reviews of books that may be of interest to our audience – which is primarily academic – with the goal of advancing knowledge and scholarship that will support the internationalization of colleges of education in the United States. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
- Internationalization of teacher preparation
- Global competency development, measurement, assessment or definitions
- Internationalization of courses or curriculum in higher education
- Student teaching abroad or study abroad for pre-service teachers
- Case studies that highlight examples from teacher preparation programs.
Guidelines for Book Reviews
At the top of the first page, include the following:
- Title and subtitle – if applicable
- Author and/or editors
- Publishing house and publication year
- Price (indicate hardcover or paperback)
- Number of pages
Reviews are typically between 750-1000 words and may include:
- Information about the author/editors’ background and other publications
- Summary of the book and its intended purpose
- Critical commentary on the text
- Analysis of strengths and areas that could be expanded
- The book’s contribution to the field of internationalizing teacher preparation
- Statement about the book in relationship to other literature in the field.
Use APA style for any references, and include a reference list at the end of the review.
Submission of Reviews
Publication of Reviews