NACTA Journal Update
November 2021

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NACTA Opens Call for 2022 Poster and Oral Abstracts

North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture (NACTA) are pleased to announce the call for abstracts for Poster and Oral presentations for the NACTA Conference to be held in Wooster, Ohio from June 20-24, 2022. The NACTA conference provides opportunities to connect with and learn from others who share the same passion for the improvement of teaching and learning in agriculture, food and natural resources. The annual NACTA conference will provide you with new teaching techniques, ideas and resources. It is also one of the best professional development activities for networking with other teaching professionals where the common discipline is “teaching.”

When you submit your abstract please specify an abstract type in one of these three areas:
  • Report of Empirical Study
  • Case Study
  • Best Practice in Teaching / Extension
We request that abstracts for the 2022 NACTA Conference fall within one of the following topic areas:
  • Innovative Teaching and Learning
  • Global Education
  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
  • Teaching with Technology
  • Online Programming
  • College / University Curriculum
  • K-12 Curriculum
  • Community Learning / Extension
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Recent Articles

NACTA had 6 new articles and Teaching Tips published in November. Click below to see the abstract and link to the full-text articles.

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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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