Professing Education

Volume 16 Number 1 Spring 2017

Theme Issue:  Theorizing Pedagogies of Education
Guest Editors:  Mary Kay Delaney, Fiona McDonnell, and Paula Moten-Tolson

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Professing Education

Current Editor:
George Noblit
Joseph R. Neikirk Distinguished Professor of Sociology of Education
School of Education
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC
gwn@email.unc.edu

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Theme Issue: Theorizing Pedagogies of Teacher Education

Guest Editors:

Mary Kay Delaney
Professor
Meredith College
Raleigh, NC
delaneym@meredith.edu

Fiona McDonnell
Department Head, Teacher Education
Cambridge College
Cambridge, MA
Fiona.McDonnell@cambridgecollege.edu

Paula Moten-Tolson
Head of Division of Education and Social Work
Shaw University
Raleigh, NC
pmoten@shawu.edu

Professing Education Editorial Board (beginning January 2018)

Mary Kay Delaney
Professor
Department of Education
Meredith College
Raleigh, NC
delaneym@meredith.edu

Gretchen Givens Genrett
Associate Professor
Director, UCEA Center for Educational Leadership and Social Justice
School of Education
Department of Educational Foundations & Leadership 
Duquesne University
generettg@duq.edu

Paula Groves Price
Associate Dean for Diversity and International Programs
School of Education
Washington State University
Pullman Campus
Pullman, WA
pgroves@wsu.edu

Joseph Rayle
Associate Professor
Foundations and Social Advocacy Department
School of Education
State University of New York, Cortland
Cortland, NY
Joseph.Rayle@cortland.edu


President’s Note
With this issue of Professing Education, the Society of Professors of Education launches a new format and direction for Professing Education. Professing Education, now an e-journal (no print copies), features full journal length articles and aims to stimulate and sustain dialogue among the members of the Society of the Professors of Education about teaching in education. We see and hear in ourselves and colleagues a need for a forum to discuss teaching in education—the aims, craft, histories we inherit, challenges, approaches, content. Professing Education aspires to provide a place for starting and continuing these conversations. Please consider submitting a manuscript.
The current editor, George Noblit, took over for a two-year term providing the energy to make a transition to the new format. A new editorial team will take up the journey in January 2018. The new team includes Mary Kay Delaney, Gretchen Givens Genrett, Paula Groves Price, and Joseph Rayle. We invite your comment and recommendations on the format and the content. Contact the editors at professingeducation@gmail.com.

Isabel Nuñez

Professing Education 

A Journal of the Society of Professors of Education

Call for Papers: Professing Education publishes substantive articles focused on the practice of teaching in the discipline of education. Recognizing that the “discipline” of education is multi- and inter-disciplinary, the editors seek articles from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, on all matters related to teaching “education.” We accept essays related to and studies of all aspects of teaching education. Submissions are peer and editor reviewed. Manuscripts should be 4000-7000 words in length, 12-point Times New Roman, double spaced, APA-style, with 1 inch margins. In support of the Society’s goal of stimulating and sustaining dialogue among its members, all accepted authors are members of the Society or join prior to publication. To view the membership form click here.