Connecticut Science Teachers Association

"...to inspire, promote and support the learners of science in the state of Connecticut."

The Connecticut Journal of Science Education is a member-only publication.   The Journal contains articles of interest to science educators, science research, and opportunities for educators and their students.  It comes out twice each year.  Submissions for articles are welcome.  We are also in need of an assistant editor.  Please contact our Journal Newsletter editor, Raymond Delehant at delray637@att.net.  Members can view the Fall/Winter 2016 issue of the Connecticut Journal of Science.


Our CSTA Newsletter comes gives more current information about Connecticut science events.   It is published quarterly.   Submissions for articles and information are also welcome.  Please contact our newsletter editor, Raymond Delehant at delray637@att.net.  Members can view issues of the newsletter.


Science Matters is a joint newsletter from NSTA, CSSA and CSTA.   It is produced monthly and lists opportunities, PD, and current information about science education.    Current issues can be found here. 



Writing for the Connecticut Journal of Science Education

What to submit and writing tips

  • Effective inquiry activities
  • Integrated science experiences
  • Successful partnerships or programs
  • Themes of current issues in science education
  • Content helpful for teacher training
  • Connecticut education issues
  • Local field trip experiences

Manuscript presentation

  • Your manuscript should not exceed 2000 words.
  • Manuscripts should be double-spaced.
  • SI (metric) units should be used throughout the manuscript where appropriate.
  • Tables, graphs, and charts should be appropriately labeled and credited.
  • Bibliographies and resource lists should be alphabetized and limited to current, readily available items.
  • Provide links where appropriate to web resources and more information

Photographs

When taking photographs for the Journal, students in laboratory settings must be shown following the appropriate safety guidelines and wearing proper safety attire. Students' faces should be visible, but they shouldn't look directly at the camera.

How to submit

  • To submit your manuscript, you will first have to save it as a Word document.
  • Please choose a file name based on the title or content of your manuscript.
  • All graphics should be scanned and embedded in the document using low-resolution files.





"Connecticut Science Teachers Association" is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. P.O. Box 5, Middletown, CT 06457 Copyright 2016 

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