July 6, 2015 – Natural Sciences Education (NSE) is a cross-disciplinary, peer-reviewed journal on animal and natural sciences education. The American Society of Agronomy publishes NSE along with several cooperating societies, including ASAS.
Articles are written by and for educators in extension, universities, industry, administration and grades K–12. Professionals are encouraged to use NSE to discover teaching techniques, concepts, ideas, and more.
Here are some feature articles from the latest issue:
- Learning Communities: Animal Science at the University of Connecticut, Steve Zinn, Department Head of Animal Science at University of Connecticut
- Agroecology Education by Bicycle on Two Continents: Student Perceptions and Instructor Reflections, Paul Porter, Professor in the Department of Agronomy and Plant Genetics at University of Minnesota (Open Access)
- Multi-Institutional Collaboration for a Shared Renewable Energy Assessment Curriculum, Elizabeth Nichols, Associate Professor in the Department of Forestry and Natural Resources at North Carolina State University (Open Access)
- Teaching Sustainable Soil Management: A Framework for Using Problem-Based Learning, Maja Krzic, Associate Professor in the Department of Forest & Conservation Sciences at University of British Columbia (Open Access)
- Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources in the U.S. Midwest: A Review and Analysis of Challenges and Future Opportunities, Mahdi M. Al-Kaisi, Professor in the Department of Agronomy at Iowa State University (Open Access)