The Hoosier Science Teacher


The Hoosier Science Teacher
The official journal of the Hoosier Association of Science Teachers Inc.

A publication for the enrichment of Indiana science educators; THST provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and opinions through articles and promotes interaction among science teachers at all levels.

The Hoosier Science Teacher

is now online! Click the link above to view the current issue.

Managing editor Matt Benus is calling for content from teachers, science educators, and student groups.
Submit your manuscripts using the link below.

Submit a manuscript for publication!

New authors need to register at the THST's Scholarworks site before submitting

Examples of Content:

  • Editorial comments from the HASTI president, THST editors, or invited guest writers.
  • Descriptions of innovative classroom procedures that have been tried and proven successful.
  • Statements of an individuals' or HASTI's position on important current issues in science teaching.
  • Articles or photographs focused on a specific area of science content.
  • Reports and comments on factors influencing science education on the national and/or state level.
  • Other interest stories, reviews, and biographical features.

Article Submission

  • Files should be sent as Microsoft Word documents.
  • Submission process is ongoing. All correspondence (submission and article status) should be directed to:
               The Hoosier Science Teacher
               Matthew J. Benus Ph.D., Managing Editor
               THST@hasti.org

Editors' Responsibility:

  • All materials will be reviewed by the Editorial Team
  • The final published form of an article will be determined by the Editors.
  • All articles will be acknowledged upon receipt without obligation of publication.

Authors agree to the following:

  • Article has not been published elsewhere (including the Internet).
  • If published, article will be copyrighted by THST. 
  • Article has not been (and will not be) submitted for publication elsewhere (including the Ineternet)
  • Maximum length of the article is approximately 2,500 words. If the article is longer than 500 words, it is divided into sections and each section has its own heading.
  • Article is typewritten and double spaced, margins set for 1.0" on the left, right, top and bottom margins. The font is Times 12 point throughout. APA formatting throughout.
  • A separate title page is included that contains: Title of the article, Author's name(s) and present job title, Author's home address, Author's school/organization name and address.
  • Data are expressed in metric units. Other measurements are in metric units whenever possible.
  • Photographs are clear in PNG, JPEG, or TIFF format.
  • Any photographs of individuals other than author are accompanied by permission letter for publication.
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