Academic journal article The American Biology Teacher

Future Focus Issues for the American Biology Teacher

Academic journal article The American Biology Teacher

Future Focus Issues for the American Biology Teacher

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NABT members and potential members are invited to submit manuscripts to The American Biology Teacher that align with the future focus issues listed below. Included here are descriptions of the focus topics so that potential authors can share their specialized expertise with the biology education community. Inquiry activities for student learning of concepts in these focus issues are especially invited. Content-only manuscripts must have implications or applications for student learning. Manuscripts can be for the following article types: Feature Article, Research on Learning, Inquiry & Investigation, How-To-Do-It, or Quick Fix.

If there are insufficient manuscripts to fill a given focus issue, that issue will be suspended and those manuscripts will appear in nonfocus issues. All manuscripts will be triple peer-reviewed by experts in the respective fields. All ABT authors must be current members of NABT.

DOI: 10.1525/abt.2010.72.5.3

Bill Leonard

Editor

Focus Topic & Issue Date                             Need to Submit by

New Research on Evolution: February 2011                   August 2010
Recent discoveries in evolutionary biology and
how these can be used to further student
understanding of evolutionary processes; the
mounting evidence that evolution affects the
everyday lives of humans.

Behavior: April 2011                                      October 2010
The neurological and genetic basis of behavior
in animals in both natural and artificial
ecosystems; environmental and evolutionary
influences on behavior; behavioral feedback
mechanisms.

Biology Curriculum, Classrooms, & Teaching                January 2011
Methods: August 2011
Novel methods for teaching biology at all levels
of education; research on new biology teaching
methods; ways to address national and state
biology standards. Manuscripts in both English
and another major language are especially
encouraged, and accepted manuscripts will be
published in both languages.

Agriculture & Aquaculture: October 2011                     March 2011
Modern methods of agriculture and aquaculture and
their impact on humans and other organisms;
concerns, issues, and major questions of these
food production methods; inquiry activities for
learning about these methods. … 
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