Interview Series with Leading Scholars on Teacher Education

These Interviews are conducted by aspiring teacher educators, of leading and innovating teacher educators who have and are substantially contributing to the field. Emerging Teacher Educator Fellows talk with scholars about their perspectives of the trajectory of teacher education locally, nationally, and internationally.

These interviews contribute to CTERIN's objective to enhance the resources and knowledge of and for prospective teacher educators.

Leading Scholars on Teacher Education (U.S. Series)

What is the future of teacher education in the U.S.? What are the movements that have shaped where we are now, and where we need to go? Influential scholars of teacher education share their experience and thoughts for building the future of our field. 

2021 Interviews:

Marilyn Cochran Smith, Boston College

Etta Hollins, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Belinda Flores, University of Texas at San Antonio

Cap Peck, University of Washington

Ken Zeichner, University of Washington

2020 Interviews:

Annamarie Francois, UC Los Angeles

Elizabeth van Es, UC Irvine

Christine Sleeter, Cal State Monterey Bay

Kip Téllez, UC Santa Cruz


International Scholars on Teacher Education

What is the history and future of teacher education across the world? What movements have shaped the trajectory of educational structures and reforms in Europe? Asia? South America? What can we learn from international perspectives on teaching, learning, and teacher education?  International scholars of teacher education share insights from their countries in both local and global contexts, as well as their own personal experiences and thoughts for building the future of our field. 

2021 Interviews:

Dr. Jun Ushiwata, Japan

Karen Bjerg Peterson, Denmark


Emerging Scholars

2021 Interviews:

Dr. Peter Bjorklund Jr, Charley Brooks, and Dr. Alison Munzer, Facilitated by CTERIN Director, Tine Sloan