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Educational Horizons is Pi Lambda Theta’s official magazine. The magazine serves the professional needs of teacher candidates, graduate students in education, and early career teachers. It is mailed to 9,000 PLT members and subscribers and distributed to the chief representatives of universities and colleges that are affiliated with the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. It has a strong emphasis on practical advice that K-12 teachers can implement immediately to become better teachers and also provides relevant information about innovative teaching practices, finding a job, and taking the next step along the career path.

“The revamped Educational Horizons magazine is filled with information about innovative teaching techniques, career advice, and more. Its content is focused like a laser on the needs of preservice and new classroom teachers.” — Sharon Robinson, AACTE president and CEO

Educational Horizons is published four times a year (October, December, February, and April) and is available to Pi Lambda Theta members and subscribers in print and online.

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Awards

  • 2014 Gold Excel Award from Association Media & Publishing
  • Five 2014 APEX Awards for Publication Excellence
  • 2013 Silver Excel Award from Association Media & Publishing
  • 2013 APEX Award for Publication Excellence

Editorial Calendar

October/November 2014: New ways to teach

Whether it’s embracing the maker movement, using blogs and apps, or supporting students who bring their smartphone, laptop, or tablet into the classroom, today’s teachers are transforming learning. How are they taking advantage of new ideas to engage students and get them hooked on learning?

December 2014/January 2015: Grit: The secret to success

What is grit, and why do today’s students need to have it to be successful? How can teachers incorporate lessons about grit — and other important life skills — into content so students become well-rounded citizens who are equipped to succeed?

As a new teacher, I get great information to use in my practice.
— Dana Marvin, K-12 teacher

February/March 2015: Am I a good teacher?

It’s what every teacher wants to know. Are my students learning? How can I be more effective? How should I manage my time, build positive relationships, and seek out professional learning opportunities? And how can I do all this without burning out?

April/May 2015: The humor issue

Teaching is a funny business. This issue will illuminate the truth about education through satire, fiction, and true stories about those humorous moments in education.