The Teacher is a first of its kind journal just for teachers

Spanning topics from rural education to classroom management, The Teacher is published twice yearly.

Dr. Paris’s article is available free of charge as an example of our material, but the full content is available only to EAA Members.

Volume 1, Issue 2 - May 2022

School Safety Strategies for Teachers

Written by Dr. Christine Eith, Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University School of Education

Introducing Ideas About Efficacy for Black Students

Written by Dr. Catherine L. Quinlan, Assistant Professor, Howard University School of Education

Lessons Learned During COVID-19 about Emergency Remote Teaching, Asynchronous Learning, and Equity in Education

An interview with Dr. Natalie Milman, Professor, George Washington University, School of Education and Human Development

Volume 1, Issue 1 - November 2021

Changing Your Classroom: Focus on Essence, Potential, and Development

Written by Dr. John Gould, Clinical Professor and Program Director for Educational Administration, Drexel University

How Big of a Problem Is A Lack of Support for LGBT+ Students?

Written by Dr. Kryss Shane, LSW, LMSW

Promoting College Knowledge: Strategies for High School Teachers to Prepare Students for Success in College

Written by Dr. Joseph H. Paris Assistant Professor of Higher Education Temple University, Department of Policy, Organizational and Leadership Studies

Seeking complementary support from multiple Mentors: How to design your Personal Board of Advisors for your professional development

Written by Dr. Rajashi Ghosh, Associate Professor, Department Chair, School of Education, Drexel University

Promoting College Knowledge: Strategies for High School Teachers to Prepare Students for Success in College

Written by Dr. Joseph H. Paris Assistant Professor of Higher Education Temple University, Department of Policy, Organizational and Leadership Studies

Seeking complementary support from multiple Mentors: How to design your Personal Board of Advisors for your professional development

Written by Dr. Rajashi Ghosh, Associate Professor, Department Chair, School of Education, Drexel University

Something’s Going on at Home: Hybrid Learning Spaces for Emergent Bilinguals with and without a Dis/ability

Written by Dr. Patricia Martínez-Álvarez, Associate Professor, Department of Bilingual/Bicultural Education, Teachers College, Columbia University

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