Contributed by Helen Meyer
CITE Science welcomed two new Co-Editors this January, Drs. Joshua Ellis and Sumreen Asim and wish Dr. Andrea Borowczak the best in her new exciting role as ASTE president. The current CITE science editorial team includes Josh Ellis, Sumreen Asim, and Helen Meyer; Helen Meyer is staying on as a seasoned editor as Ellis and Asim are learning the ropes.
In addition to changes in the editorial team, CITE Science welcomed four new ERB
(EDITORIAL REVIEW BOARD) members: Dr. Elizabeth Edmondson from Virginia
Commonwealth University; Dr. Mohammed Estaiteyeh from Brock University; Dr. Jonah
Firestone from Washington State University and; David Steele from Adler Graduate School of
Education. They collectively bring expertise in practitioner-focused work, digital pedagogies, differentiated instruction, equity, and cultural studies in science education. We look forward to working with them over their three-year ERB team. At this time, we would like to thank our outgoing ERB members: Drs. Frank Allaire, Donna Governor, Joe Manuel Pavez, Sophia Jeong, and Sandy Watson; without their dedication, we would not have been able to fast-track many of the articles despite the pandemic in the last three years.
As a reminder, CITE publishes four times yearly, and the Science section has space for two articles per issue. We encourage all ASTE members to share your research on teaching and learning science using technology in all forms and levels: college teaching, science methods, teacher professional development, mentoring, and induction. As an open-access online journal, CITE can incorporate web links, videos, animations, or audio into your manuscript.
ASTE is the co-sponsor for the science section of CITE. Check out the current edition here.
For more information about the science section, check here: https://citejournal.org/category/science/
Please look for our fall/winter 2023 call for ERB members. The stronger our ERB team is, the stronger our submissions will be.