Voices of Practitioners

Voices of Practitioners: Teacher Research in Early Childhood Education is an online peer-reviewed journal in which teachers provide a critical perspective on their roles in children's development and learning.
Voices of Practitioners disseminates early childhood teachers’ systematic study of an aspect of their own classroom practice. Teacher research offers a means for teachers to examine their questions about teaching and learning, reflect with colleagues, and make improvements in their teaching practice.

Compilations

Fall 2017: Volume 12

Read the Fall 2017 issue for articles that include "The Command Center Project: Resolving My Tensions with Emergent Curriculum" and more.

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Fall 2016: Volume 11

Read the Tribute Issue to Gail Perry and the Past, Present, and Future of Voices of Practitioners.

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Summer 2015: Volume 10, Number 2

Articles include "Using Technology as a Social Tool in the Preschool Classroom" and "Teacher Research as a Professional Development."

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Winter 2015: Volume 10, Number 1

Articles include "The Effect of Peer Support on Transitions of a Child with Autism" and "Teacher Research as a Form of Inspiration, Influence, and Mentoring."

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Learn more about Voices of Practitioners and Teacher Research

About Voices of Practitioners

Learn more about Voices of Practitioners and begin your submission by reading the manuscript guidelines.

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About Teacher Research

Learn more about the teacher research process using these tools and resources.

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Voices of Practitioners: Teacher Research Interest Forum

This forum will share the benefits of teacher research to professional practice with the entire NAEYC community, as well as offer resources and support for aspiring teacher researchers and teacher educators.