The Kansas Science Teacher:
A Journal of Science and Mathematics Teaching
The Kansas Science Teacher (KST) begain in April 1985 as a newsletter. After a few issues, it evolved into a journal publishing articles about teaching science and mathematics. KST became an on-line journal in Spring 2006. Now published about once a year, the most recent issue is available below. If you would like to reveive email notification each time a new issue is published please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with "subscribe to KST: in the subject line.
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Spring 2009 ◊ Volume 19
Table of Contents
Museums I Have Known and Loved: Part 1 Johnston Geology Museum at Emporia State University
By Margaret Landis
By Dawn R. Slavens and Marvin E. Harrell
By Malonne I. Davies
Book Reviews: Books About Matter, Mixtures and Molecules
Reviewed by ESU Elementary Education Students