Peer reviewers are responsible for assessing the quality of submissions and deciding if they should be accepted for publication.
If you are a current geography teacher with QTS, a post-graduate student studying geography or lecturer/ academic in geography, you can be a peer-reviewer for Routes.
There are many reasons why you should become a peer-reviewer:
- Contribute to a journal that is focused on showcasing the best geographical knowledge from student geographers.
- Help sixth form and undergraduate geographers to publish their work
- Gain a sense of different types of work being produced in other schools and universities that can inform your own practice