|Editors-in-Chief:||Jenny Denyer, PhD, University of Toledo|
|Rebecca Schneider PhD, University of Toledo|
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 content education.Learning to Teach.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Issue: Volume 6, Issue 1 (2017)
Section on Language Arts
The Writing Problem: Teacher Self-Efficacy and Instruction
Using Elements of Hip-Hop to Promote Student Engagement
Edward McDaniel Jr.
Preparing Students to Write in Professional Environments
Section on Mathematics
Striving for a Conceptual Understanding of Mathematics for All Students
Jessica Marie Kuohn
Using More Sophisticated Technology to Teach Mathematics
Maurice H. Young III
Section on Science
Scientific Inquiry and the Impact on Classroom Environment
Heather K. Leckie
A Progression of Discourse in the Science Classroom
Section on Social Studies
Historical Empathy: Judging the People of the Past in a Secondary Social Studies Classroom
Thomas D. Ellenwood Jr.