The Iowa Science Teachers Journal, co-sponsored by the Iowa Academy of Science and the University of Northern Iowa, is dedicated to the improvement of science teaching and to the stimulation of interest in scientific studies. The journal was published in print format from from 1963 (vol.1) to 1994 (vol.31 no.1). It was revived as an electronic journal in fall 2005 (vol.32 no.3; vol.32 nos.1 & 2 were never published), and continued publication through winter 2012 (vol.39 no.1). Vol.1 through vol.10 issues show the title as Iowa Science Teachers' Journal.
Current Issue: Volume 39, Number 1 (2012)
Issue cover date: Winter 2012
What Should We Flip?
Searching the Web: Observing Spiders to Learn How Different Structures Serve Different Functions
Schools in Balance: Comparing Iowa Physics Teachers and Teaching in Large and Small Schools
Trevor Kittleson and Jeffrey T. Morgan
How Does Your Reading Stack Up? Effective Teaching Practices Make for Successful Reading Experiences in the Classroom
Jennifer A. R. Smith and Lori Marie Ihrig
Thinking Outside the Box: Using a Black Box Activity to Kick Off the School Year
Amanda Weeks and Stephanie Schemmel