Science in school: a new journal for science teachers
The first issue of Science in School, a new European journal to promote inspiring science teaching, is now available to read and download at www.scienceinschool.org.
Science in School addresses science teaching across Europe and also across disciplines. It covers not only biology, physics and chemistry, but also maths and earth sciences, highlighting the best in teaching and cutting-edge research, and focusing on interdisciplinary work.
The contents include teaching materials; cutting-edge science; education projects; interviews with young scientists and inspiring teachers; education research; book reviews, and European events for teachers. Online articles are published in several European languages; a print version is available in English.
Science in School is supported by the European Union and will be published quarterly by the EIROforum, a collaboration of European intergovernmental research organisations (www.eiroforum.org).
With very few exceptions, articles in Science in School can be downloaded, copied and freely distributed. For details, see http://www.scienceinschool.org/copyright/.
To receive an alert when each issue is published, send an email with the subject 'Subscribe to Science in School' to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to receive a free print copy of the first issue, please include your school’s postal address.