Learning To Teach

Learning to Teach Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies Through Research and Practice publishes manuscripts that address curricular innovations, thoughtful discussion of current issues for practice, or essays that inform, advocate for a position or persuade. Manuscripts must address the field of content-area education. Audience: The primary audience is current and future licensure candidates in all subject areas, grades 4 to 12. This journal is also of interest to local teachers and school administrators, program and university faculty, and college administration. Frequency: Published yearly each August; distributed electronically with print copies. Submission Guidelines: Manuscript style is APA. Abstracts are 120 words. Manuscript length is 2000 to 2500 words, excluding abstract, tables, figures, and references. Figures must be in jpg format; photos must have release forms as appropriate. Acceptance rate- 60-65%

Vol 7, No 1 (2018): Learning to Teach: Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies Through Research

Table of Contents

Section on Language Arts

Morgan Batanian
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Sam Hutchinson
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Stefanie Neuman
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Section on Mathematics

Ann Aronson
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Anna Barnes
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Rebecca S. Birchall
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Bratche A. Eldred
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Tyler Mallue
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Section on Science

Mariah Guthrie
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Laura Hoesman
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Elizabeth Laubender
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David Wilson
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Section on Social Studies

Briton Moore
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Adam Rauscher
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