Dear ASTE community,
263 out of 676 members (39%) voted in the ASTE 2019 elections. Our newly
elected officers and committee members for ASTE are:
Members at Large: Judith Morrison and Eric Pyle
Committee: Ingrid Carter, Julie Contino, and Amanda Glaze
newly elected members begin their new terms at the 2020 conference in San
for your support this year.
The Elections Committee
Erin Peters-Burton, Chair
Rita Hagevik, Co-Chair
Rebecca Hite (Equity Member)
At the Town Hall meeting at the 2019 ASTE Conference, members discussed the Board structure and conference timing/location. We would like to hear from all members about these important issues. To refresh your memory, please re-read the article about the Townhall that was printed in the ASTE Newsletter
We hope you
will take a few minutes to respond to a short survey to help the Board with
these important issues even if you did not attend the Town Hall or weren’t able
to attend the conference.
Thank you for your assistance!
Professor Patricia D. Morrell
Head, School of Education
Past President, Association
for Science Teacher Education
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
The University of Queensland
Brisbane Qld 4072 Australia
Take a look at the new 2020 NSTA/ASTE standards.
Content Analysis Forms for use with Candidates’ Cumulative Science GPA Data as partial evidence for Standard 1
Some great news! Taylor and Francis advised us that the Journal of Science Teacher Education (JSTE) is now included in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). There is a stiff reviewing process to be selected for this Index, so this is an important recognition of the quality of JSTE. Being included in ESCI will make it easier for others to search, find, and cite articles published in JSTE, further enhancing the impact of the journal. Thanks to the Lead Editors, Norm and Judy Lederman, the Editorial staff, Associate Editors, the Publications Committee, our reviewers and, of course, our authors for continuing to make our journal a “go to” read for our profession!