Founding editor Andrew Fraknoi presents an index to the full contents of Astronomy Education Review, organized by topics that both astronomy education researchers and practitioners would be likely to look under.
Spark is the AAS Education Newsletter. It consists primarily of original articles about or related to the education programs and activities of the American Astronomical Society and its members.
SPARK publishes original articles on astronomy education about or related to the education programs and activities of the American Astronomical Society and its members. Reading previous issues will give you an idea of the types of articles that appear in the Newsletter. Opinion pieces, reviews, letters to the editor, newsworthy items are all welcome, subject to the guidelines below.
American Astronomical Society Education Office
Amy Singel Southon
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One way to improve your teaching is to become aware of very common things teachers often do which don't help the learning process, and avoid them! This usually takes some practice, and discussion with others who teach. Six of these behaviors you should note and avoid are:
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>K-12 Resources - Useful references for Classroom Resources, Science Education Standards, and creating effective Public Outreach plans.
Undergraduate and Graduate Level Resources - Graduate and Undergraduate related website and programs.
Programs and Additional Resources - Programs for teacher education and Professional Development and other program resources.