Contributed by Sarah Boesdorfer
Innovations in Science Teacher Education is ASTE’s practitioner journal in which we share ideas, thoughts, and actions for educating all levels of teachers of science, both preservice and in-service. As we continue down this path as the new editors, we have several announcements.
Volume 8, Issue 1 of the Innovations in Science Teacher Education journal is now available with articles on mentoring programs, PreK-4 Integrative STEM prep, developing noticing, and pandemic clinicals with homeschooled students.
New Year, New Goal!
Join the Editorial Review Board. We need your expertise. Please consider serving as an Editorial Review Board member for Innovations. Applications are due March 15, 2023. All are encouraged to apply! See the following for more details https://innovations.theaste.org/announcements/
Submit your Manuscript to Innovations. Have you had success educating preservice or in-service teachers online or in hybrid situations? Have you found a new and effective way for clinical hours in our current situation? What about supporting science teachers’ uses of culturally relevant practices? These are just a few ideas of many activities, ideas, or strategies you could submit to Innovations to share and inspire other science teacher educators. For author guidelines for submitting a manuscript to the Innovations journal, please visit the following webpage: https://innovations.theaste.org/submit/instructions-to-authors/
OR Write a Guest Editorial. Did you know each issue of Innovations in commentary on a timely topic that is relevant to science teacher education? We would like to include ideas and commentaries from different perspectives, not just our own. These are commentaries and editorials, not full articles, so they are 500-750 words. If you are interested in contributing a guest editorial on a timely topic, please reach out to us with your idea.
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If you have any questions regarding the Innovations journal or are interested in the Guest
Editorial, please contact the editors: Sarah Boesdorfer and Rebekka Darner, at