Green Chemistry Education Network
The National Science Teachers Association is seeking authors for a column on Green Teaching.
Applications Due - July 1, 2010
The Science Teacher (TST) is looking for someone to write a new column on making classrooms—and teaching—greener. This regular, one-page column will provide green tips and practical classroom activities, with a focus on environmental education as well. If you’d like to write this column, send a resume, a few suggested topics, and two 720-word columns to firstname.lastname@example.org by July 1, 2010.
Background inforamtion from their website (http://www3.nsta.org/advscienceteacher)
No other journal meets the needs of high school educators the way The Science Teacher does. It specializes in the topics and issues that teachers care about most—which makes it the ideal editorial environment to showcase your products and services.
Audience: Classroom teachers, curriculum specialists, and supervisory personnel in secondary science education across the United States and in Canada.
Circulation: 28,500 plus reading pass-along of 2.7 based on the most recent survey. Also includes scientific institutions, science departments, and school libraries.
Frequency: Nine times a year: January, February, March, April/May, Summer (July/August), September, October, November, and December.
Content: The Science Teacher covers a full range of science topics: biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy, physical and Earth sciences, and pedagogy. The Editorial content includes: