Academic journal article The Science Teacher

Write for the Science Teacher (Part 2)

Academic journal article The Science Teacher

Write for the Science Teacher (Part 2)

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Last month in this column Managing Editor Scott Stuckey and I shared some tips and encouragement for writing for The Science Teacher (TST). This month we'll hear comments from three authors who have successfully published in TST.

"Writing for The Science Teacher was both rigorous and rewarding," says Maine high school Earth and environmental science teacher Eric Hanson. "The iterative, peer-review process challenged me in ways that no classroom observation ever has, and the experience was invaluable. The result not only made for a great line on my resume but also pushed me to develop a comprehensive and replicable unit that stands as one of my best."

William McComas, longtime TST author and editor of the American Biology Teacher journal, says writing for TST "is a joy" for many reasons. "For those wanting to reach the most interested, informed, and active science teachers in the nation, there simply is no better place to publish.

"The editorial process is supportive and designed to transform authors' ideas into text that will engage," McComas says. …

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