Looking for ways to help your students understand the history and nature of science? Or do you need some new teaching strategies to show your students how to write to learn science? NSTA's award-winning K-12 journals focus on both of these themes for the months of November and December. College science professors can learn innovative teaching strategies and the latest news in a publication designed especially for them.
Please note that some articles listed below are exclusively for NSTA members. For a limited time, nonmembers can access articles marked, "Free to all."
Writing to Learn Science is the focus of the November/December issue of Science and Children, the Association's journal for elementary educators. The articles listed below will enable you to share some of the ways your fellow teachers are using student notebooks - and the informative writings they contain - as an essential component of science instruction.
Science Scope, NSTA's journal for middle level teachers, focuses on the History and Nature of Science. Stories selected for this theme discuss great scientists and experimental design. Teachers can use these articles to help students develop an understanding and appreciation for the history and nature of science.
The Science Teacher, the Association's journal for high school educators, also focuses on the History and Nature of Science. Articles in this publication discuss how the history and nature of science can help students gain a solid understanding of the scientific enterprise.
The Journal of College Science Teaching contains the following articles for November/December.
For more information, refer to www.nsta.org/journals.