The Editors of The Clearing House invite you to submit informative and practical articles on teaching and administration in middle schools and junior and senior high schools.
In peer-reviewed articles, educators report their successes in teaching as well as present articles on administrative procedures, school programs, and teacher education for the secondary level. Theoretical articles and occasional pieces on comparative education also appear. Frequent symposium issues examine major educational issues in depth. Topics of recent articles include:
- Mentoring Novice Teachers
- Making "Real" Science Accessible to Youth
- Enhancing Teachers' Job Satisfaction
- Learning Styles of Students with ADHD
- Practical Strategies for Teaching in Inclusive Environments
- Using Reflection for Classroom Management
Consideration is given to articles dealing with educational trends and philosophy; preservice and inservice education; effective schools; curriculum; learning styles; discipline; guidance and counseling; community involvement; education of students with disabilities; teaching and learning climate; gifted and talented programs; international education; instructional leadership; instructional techniques; teaching with computers; testing and measurement; and school law.
The editors seek manuscripts that do not exceed 3,500 words and also accept short pieces of roughly 600 words. further details, please find the Instruction for Authors here.