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Last Call for NACTA Journal Reviewers

The NACTA Journal is still seeking to replenish its pool of reviewers. The journal is directed toward the scholarship of teaching and learning and the professional advancement of the teacher of agriculture and related disciplines. The Journal presents manuscripts on all aspects of teaching, including methods, problems, philosophy and rewards and offers something for every teacher in agriculture or a related discipline. Whether traditional classroom or extension-related, its primary purpose is to strengthen professional competence in college and adult teaching.

Our reviewers are expected to have a broad interest in agricultural or related education. We will try to match the manuscript topic to your field of interest or expertise, but this is not always possible. Although expertise in the field is always helpful, the most important goal of our peer review is to judge the manuscript for its quality and appropriateness to be published in our journal and to provide the authors useful feedback. This is done using a standardized review form, and reviews must be returned within 30 days. We invite you to review at least two manuscripts per year, but of course, more is always appreciated.

If you have any questions or have any trouble volunteering, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Recent Articles

NACTA had 10 new articles published in September. Click below to see the abstract and link to the full-text articles.

Interested in submitting a manuscript?

All manuscripts proposed for publication in the NACTA Journal are submitted and reviewed electronically. The NACTA Journal will begin accepting submissions in early October. Please keep an eye on your inbox for submission instructions.
The NACTA Journal (ISSN 0149-4910) is electronically published by the North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture. The articles reflect the scholarship of teaching and learning in agricultural, environmental, natural and life sciences. Topics address the art and the science of teaching and learning including teaching methods, problem-solving, and philosophical aspects of teaching and learning. All manuscripts are double-blind peer-reviewed for acceptance. The journal is published on the NACTA website and printed annually.

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