The Science Educator, official journal of The National Science Education Leadership Association (NSELA), is a refereed journal which seeks manuscripts dealing with topics and issues of interest to professionals involved in science education leadership across a variety of roles, institutions and agencies. The journal is published bi-annually. The journal serves as a vehicle for the exchange of information on current theory, research and teaching/learning applications. Articles by both researchers and practitioners are encouraged. Generally articles are sought that aid researchers and practitioners in making informed decisions to improve science teaching and learning. Of particular interest are topics that deal with science education reform, science education leadership, preservice and inservice teacher enhancement/professional development, teaching and learning, needs assessment, research and evaluation, and policies and practices.
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|Approaches for conducting middle school science fairs: A landscape study. Authored by Janna F. Kook, Jacqueline DeLisi, Erica T. Fields, and Abigail J. Levy|
|Differentiating between the Different Levels of Inquiry Instruction: Classroom Dynamics That Characterize the Quality of Inquiry Instruction. Authored by Daniel M. Alston, Jeff C. Marshall, and Julie B. Smart|
|Preservice Elementary Teachers and Science Instruction: Barriers and Supports. Authored by Katherine P. Dabney, Kimberly Good, Michael R. Scott, Teri N. Johnson, Devasmita Chakraverty, Brittany Milteer, and Alicia Gray|
|Supporting Science-Related Instruction for Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: A Review and Analysis of Research Studies. Authored by Jonte’ C. Taylor, Jiwon Hwang, Karen L. Rizzo, and Doris Adams Hill|
|Stereotypes of Scientists: Seeds of Progress and Recommendations for Elementary Teachers. Authored by Sarah J. Carrier, M. Gail Jones, Megan Ennes, Tammy Lee, Lauren Madden, Emily Cayton, Katherine Chesnutt, Pamela Huff, Lanette Phillips, and Marisa Belli|