Science Education & Inquiry-based Learning

Welcome to your Science Education research home.

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Recommended Databases

Available to current students, staff, and faculty of Antioch University New England and the Leadership & Change PhD program of Antioch University.

  • EBSCO Animals Encyclopedia of animals for elementary school students with thousands of easy-to-read entries about mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, dinosaurs and prehistoric animals.
  • Education Full Text Education Full Text indexes core international periodicals, monographs, and yearbooks in education. Topics include a wide range of contemporary education issues, including government funding, instructional media, multicultural education, religious education, student counseling, competency-based, and information technology.
  • Education Research Complete Full text database covering scholarly research and information relating to all areas of education.
  • ERIC ERIC is the primary index to information in education and related fields. Provides full text of many articles and other documents.
  • Education: electronic reference books Full text of more than 30 handbooks and encyclopedias covering all aspects of education.
  • Student Research Center: contains material for students in grades 6 through 12. Great for teachers looking for resources for class lessons.
  • OhioLINK databases by subject

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Listservs

Listservs, or email lists, are forums for communities centered around topics, disciplines, or professions, where the group communicates through email. When you are subscribed to a listerv, you can post messages to a group of people by sending one email to the list. In turn you will also receive emails that are posted to the list by other members. Listservs are one way to enter into professional conversations with colleagues. They're also a good job-hunting tool, as open positions in a particular field are often posted to listservs.

Here is a sampling of listservs for science teachers:

  • AAPT email lists: including physics in high school, physics in pre-high school, teacher preparation, and science for the public.
  • Middle School Science
  • HILITES: Listserv for "classroom-based collaborative learning projects."
  • EDTECH: Listserv for folks interested in educational technology