ICCTE-J Reviewer Information and Areas of Expertise
ICCTE-J invites volunteers who are interested in reviewing for our journal. Reviewers serve a vital role in validating the quality and message of the Journal, and we welcome scholars and practitioners with all areas of educational expertise, particularly those who focus on teacher education and preparation.

We use a double-blind peer review process in which authors do not know the identity of their reviewers, nor do the reviewers know the identities of the authors. If a submitted manuscript is judged by the editorial team as inappropriate for our readership, we do not send it out for external review. Final decision about the acceptance or rejection of an article for publication ICCTE-J is informed by reviewers, but is exclusively decided by the editorial team. Once the external review is complete, the editors' decision, along with anonymous comments from reviewers, is emailed to the author(s).

When you are selected to be a reviewer, you will have three days to accept or decline the request. If you accept, you will have approximately three weeks to complete the review. Reviewers may be requested to review manuscripts up to two times per year. Reviewers who consistently provide excellent reviews and respond promptly to the editorial requests for review are considered for invitation to ICCTE-J's editorial board.

Your service to the Journal can be noted on your CV as professional service and is highly valued in academic fields.

Thank you for recording your information and preferences as a reviewer for ICCTE-J. We sincerely appreciate your service to the organization!

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