Writing for PETAA
PETAA publications are classroom-focused and well grounded in good pedagogy supporting best quality classroom teaching and learning practice. PETAA publications are suitable for use by classroom teachers, pre-service teachers and teacher educators.
PETAA’s range of publications, offered in print or digital form, include high quality books, PETAA Papers (formerly known as PENs and e:updates) and other publications that lead the field in Australian English and literacy education. Many PETAA publications have gained a reputation worldwide and a number of titles have been published overseas as international editions.
Each year, PETAA publishes:
- at least 3 teacher professional reference books, often with website support
- 5 PETAA Papers, which are a compilation of practical, classroom-focused articles focusing on a specific aspect of English teaching and published as a short eight-page unit with a maximum word count of 3500
- the annual Teachers’ Guide to the CBCA Shortlist
- a variety of other short website-only classroom resources created by teachers for teachers, highlighting good classroom practice.
Please download the following guidelines and proposal forms if you are interested in submitting a proposal for a book, PETAA Paper or other publication. If you have an idea for a shorter article that could appear on the PETAA website (Teacher Resources), then just send an email outlining your idea to firstname.lastname@example.org
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