in Physiology Education
Advances in Physiology Education is dedicated to the improvement
of teaching and learning physiology and to the advancement of physiology
as a teaching profession. It publishes peer-reviewed descriptions of new
strategies for teaching, reports of education research, critical reviews
of current educational practice, essays on physiology education, and articles
that organize the content of physiology for problem-centered learning.
Columns provide reviews of textbooks and computer software, notices and
reports of meetings of interest to physiology teachers, and abstracts
of relevant articles from other journals.
| American Biology
The American Biology Teacher, a nationally recognized journal,
brings you specific how-to-do-it suggestions for the classroom and laboratory,
field activities, interdisciplinary programs, and articles on recent advances
in biology and life science. Each issue features reviews of books, classroom
technology products, and "Biology Today." Published 9 times a year, the
journal also covers the social and ethical implications of biology and
ways to incorporate such concerns into instructional programs.
Journal of Education
as School Review in 1893, AJE acquired its present name in November 1979.
The Journal seeks to bridge and integrate the intellectual, methodological,
and substantive diversity of educational scholarship, and to encourage
a vigorous dialogue between educational scholars and practitioners. To
achieve that goal, papers are published that present research, theoretical
statements, philosophical arguments, critical syntheses of a field of
educational inquiry, and integrations of educational scholarship, policy,
Molecular Biology Education
of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education (BAMBED) is to assist
in the teaching of biochemistry and molecular biology at the college,
graduate school and medical school level throughout the world. The main
intended audience of BAMBED is instructors at universities and colleges
who teach biochemistry, molecular biology, and related fields such as
microbiology and cell biology. Articles are welcomed on teaching techniques
and practice in all areas related to these fields, and on methods of
assessment of the effectiveness of new educational approaches. Articles
are also encouraged on research in biochemistry and molecular biology
education. Short reviews will be accepted or solicited from time to
time on key areas of biochemical knowledge from workers active in the
field. Such reviews are intended to provide background material for
the preparation of lectures. Articles providing details of simple, tried
and tested, laboratory experiments are especially encouraged. Those
interested in secondary school outreach may submit papers aimed at increasing
awareness of college and university faculty toward possibilities for
contributing to the ongoing education of secondary school teachers.
Journal of College Biology Teaching
Journal of College Biology Teaching is the refereed, quarterly publication
of the Association of College and University Biology Educators (ACUBE).
is the journal of the American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS).
In BioScience, authors weave the interests of diverse sciences into
timely overviews of research and essays on biological education, policy,
and history. A peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal for biologists,
BioScience is intended for readers reaching a broad perspective on current
research in biology. BioScience also contains professionally written
feature articles on the latest frontiers in biology, opinions and debates,
book reviews, news about AIBS, and a political column, Washington Watch.
Periodic special issues provide an in-depth look at important topics.
| Cell Biology
Cell Biology Education is an online, quarterly journal owned and published
by the American Society for Cell Biology. The Journal publishes peer-reviewed
articles on life science education at the K-12, undergraduate and graduate
levels. The American Society for Cell Biology believes that learning
in biology encompasses diverse fields, including math, chemistry, physics,
engineering, computer science, and the interdisciplinary intersections
of biology with these fields. Within biology, CBE is particularly interested
in how students are introduced to the study of life sciences, as well
as approaches in cell biology, developmental biology, neuroscience,
biochemistry, molecular biology, genetics, genomics, bioinformatics,
and proteomics. The age level of the target audience may be K-12, community
college, comprehensive college or university students, graduate students,
postdocs, or teacher training at any level.
The journal publishes scientific papers on topics such as population
ecology and genetics, ecosystem management, freshwater and marine conservation,
landscape ecology, and the many human dimensions of conservation and
is the most frequently cited conservation journal in the world. Articles
on conservation biology education appear in a special section in some
Educational Researcher (ER) is published nine times per year and is
received by all members of AERA. It contains scholarly articles of general
significance to the educational research community from a wide range
of disciplines. ER's Features section publishes articles that report,
synthesize, or analyze scholarly inquiry-especially manuscripts that
focus on the interpretation, implication, or significance of research
in education-and manuscripts that examine developments important to
the field of educational research.
Journal of Educational Research
Education, as a central institution in modern societies, has contributed
much to human welfare. These contributions include intellectual, social
and economic development as well as the enlargement of knowledge and
an increased understanding of culture. Greater educational effectiveness
and productivity can contribute even more to the advancement of nations.
Research is one means by which educational effectiveness and productivity
can be studied and ultimately improved. Educators, policy makers, and
researchers in every country can benefit from the most significant investigations
conducted in a variety of countries throughout the world. The purpose
of this journal is to make such investigations more widely available.
Issued eight times per year, each issue consists of a research monograph
on a single topic or an edited, thematic collection of closely related
papers. Each issue will contain a maximum of 45,000 words, with a range
of 42,500 to 45,000 a reasonable target for contributors.
Journal of Science Education
Journal of Science Education is firmly established as an authoritative
voice in the world of science education. Special emphasis placed on
applicable research relevant to educational practice, guided by educational
realities in systems, schools, colleges and universities. The journal
comprises peer-reviewed general articles, papers on innovations and
developments, research reports and book reviews. Each volume contains
a Special Issue devoted to a topic of major interest and importance,
guest-edited by an acknowledged expert.
| Journal of Agricultural
of Agricultural Education contains articles on current trends and issues
as well as descriptions or analyses of innovation, research, philosophical
concerns, and learner/program evaluation in agricultural education.
The journal is published by the American Association for Agricultural
of Biological Education
Published by the Institute of Biology , this international journal specializes in the teaching of biology up to the first-year undergraduate level.
of College Science Teaching
purpose of the Journal of College Science Teaching is to provide a forum
for the exchange of ideas on and experiences with undergraduate science
courses, particularly those for the nonscience major. Publishing in
JCST is also an opportunity to report and discuss innovative teaching
materials, methods, and evaluative criteria; disseminate contributions
toward improving college science instruction; and describe work in disciplinary
science courses that is broad enough in its approach to appeal to teachers
in other scientific fields. All manuscripts are peer reviewed.
of Engineering Education
Journal of Engineering Education is a scholarly professional journal published
quarterly by the American Society for Engineering Education. The
American Society for Engineering Education is committed to furthering
education in engineering and engineering technology. This mission is accomplished
by promoting excellence in instruction, research, public service, and
practice; exercising worldwide leadership; fostering the technological
education of society; and providing quality products and services to members.
| Journal for Natural
Resource and Life Science Education
Journal of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Education is published
once each year by the American Society of Agronomy. Cooperators to the
journal include the American Association for Agricultural Education, the
American Institute of Biological Sciences, American Society of Plant Biologists,
the American Phytopathological Society, the American Society for Horticultural
Science, Ecological Society of America, the Crop Science Society of America,
the Entomological Society of America, and the Soil Science Society of
of Research in Science Teaching
Journal of Research in Science and Teaching, the official journal
of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching, publishes
reports for science education researchers and practitioners on issues
of science teaching and learning and science education policy. Scholarly
manuscripts within the domain of the Journal of Research in Science
and Teaching include, but are not limited to, investigations employing
qualitative, ethnographic, historical, survey, philosophical, or case
study research approaches; position papers; policy perspectives; critical
reviews of the literature; and comments and criticism.
of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (JoSoTL)
JoSoTL is designed to encourage all instructors to engage in the discussion
of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL), and to become involved
in the sharing of knowledge and learning about the teaching-learning
process. Any report about an investigation into what works (or doesn't
work) for a particular teaching-learning context will be considered
for publication. Those submissions that include reflective commentary
about the result of the investigation will be considered of greater
value to our readership and more appealing for publication. The journal
shall also consider submissions that offer opinion, thoughtful reflection,
commentary, or theoretical ideas related to SoTL.
of Science Education and Technology
Journal of Science Education and Technology is an interdisciplinary
forum for the publication of original peer reviewed, contributed and
invited articles to improve and enhance science education at all levels
worldwide. Topics covered can be categorized as: disciplinary (biology,
chemistry, physics, mathematics, computer science, and engineering and
the learning processes related to their acquisition and assessment of
results), technological (computer, video, audio, and print), and organizational
(legislation, administration, implementation, and teacher enhancement).
Insofar as technology is playing an increasing role both in the understanding
and development of science disciplines and in the delivery of information,
the journal includes it as a component of science education. The journal
provides a stimulating and informative variety of papers geared toward
theory and practice in the hope that common information shared among
a broad coalition of individuals and groups involved in science education
will facilitate future efforts. In addition to works in the fields mentioned
above and case studies of exemplary implementations, the journal publishes
reviews of books, videotapes, software, and relevant products to help
reach our common goal: excellence in science education.
Education Journal is a peer-reviewed publication showcasing scholarly
work in the field of microbiology education. Its scope includes outcome-based
learning activities and courses that convey important concepts about
the microbial world; techniques used to study microorganisms; and assessment
of student learning, teaching techniques, or program effectiveness.
in Higher Education
in Higher Education , Journal of the Association for Institutional Research,
is an essential source of new information for all concerned with the
functioning of postsecondary educational institutions. The journal publishes
original, quantitative research articles which contribute to an increased
understanding of an institution, aid faculty in making more informed
decisions about current or future operations, and improve the efficiency
of an institution.
in Science Education
in Science Education is an international journal which publishes scholarly
science education research of interest to researchers, practitioners
and others interested in science education. Articles are published relating
to early childhood, primary, secondary, tertiary, workplace and informal
learning contexts as they relate to science education. The aim of the
journal is to promote scholarly science education research in these
contexts and to bring the publication of this research to the professional
research community, to practitioners in those various contexts, and
to others interested in science education. The scope of the journal
is wide-ranging in both content and type of articles. Articles representing
a range of qualitative, quantitative and mixed research methods are
invited. The journal welcomes papers based on innovative methods. The
content of the articles relates to science education generally and includes,
for example, relevant aspects of information technology education and
design technology education. Scholarly reports of research, major review
articles and position papers, comments and criticism on recently published
papers in the journal or issues of general interest to science educators
in Science and Technological Education
in Science and Technological Education publishes original research from
throughout the world dealing with science education and technological
education. It publishes articles on psychological, sociological, economic
and organizational aspects of science and technological education, as
well as evaluation studies of curriculum development in these fields.
The journal aims to give specialists working in these areas the opportunity
to publish their findings for the benefit of institutions, teachers,
and students. Research in Science and Technological Education encourages
high quality research, leading to more effective practices, behaviors
and curricula in science and technology within educational establishments.
Assessment, Research & Evaluation (PARE)
Assessment, Research and Evaluation (PARE) is a peer-reviewed on-line
journal published by the edresearch.org and the Department of Measurement,
Statistics, and Evaluation at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Its purpose is to provide education professionals access to refereed
articles that can have a positive impact on assessment, research, evaluation,
and teaching practice, especially at the local education agency (LEA)
level. Manuscripts published in Practical Assessment, Research and Evaluation
are scholarly syntheses of research and ideas about issues and practices
in education. They are designed to help members of the community keep
up-to-date with effective methods, trends and research developments.
Science and Mathematics
is an international journal which is published monthly, October through
May, emphasizing issues, concerns, and lessons within and between the
disciplines of science and mathematics in the classroom. Members are
encouraged to submit articles to the editor for publication. Regular
journal columns include: Early Days, SSMILes, Technology Reviews, Book
Reviews, Problems, Association News,and Annual Index.