Annual Meeting 2025: Call for Reviewers

Thank you for considering serving as a reviewer for the AACTE Annual Meeting 2025 Call for Proposals process. Reviewers are integral to the creation of the educational content offered at the AACTE conference. The advice and guidance from reviewers are invaluable assets to our conference speakers and authors. We would appreciate your support as a reviewer to represent AACTE’s principle in evaluating content for papers and presentations. 

Interested candidates should complete the following submission form to be a reviewer and identify three areas of expertise that will guide the proposals that they will be assigned. 

Benefits of reviewing proposals for AACTE’s 2025 Annual Meeting 

Please note that serving as a reviewer is a selective process, is intended to be considered an honor, and will be publicized to the AACTE community as a form of important service to the Association and the field. In addition to gaining visibility for yourself and your institution, as a reviewer you will benefit in the following ways: 

  • Enhance the quality of your writing, teaching, and research. 
  • Acquire service to enhance your assessment for tenure and promotion. 
  • Be acknowledged with a certificate of appreciation. 


  • May 30, 2024:Call for Reviewers closed
  • June 2024: Online Training for Reviewers (required) 
  • July 1, 2024: Peer review STARTS; site opens. 
  • July 30, 2024: Peer review ENDS; site closes at 11:59 PM Pacific Time.

Reviewer Requirements
Reviewers should meet the following criteria: 

  • Belong to an active AACTE member institution. 
  • Possess knowledge and/or experience in educator preparation and related fields. 
  • Demonstrate scholarly productivity and commitment to high-quality, evidence-based research. 
  • Be capable of reviewing and evaluating a minimum of 10 proposals in area(s) of self-identified expertise. 
  • Be available to complete an online training session in June 2024. 
  • Be available throughout the review process in July 2024. 

Attendance at the AACTE Annual Meeting is not required to serve as a reviewer. Reviewers need to communicate any conflicts of interest as soon as possible after reviewers’ assignments have been identified. 


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Please contact Altovise Davis at with any additional questions.