Mission statement
The Nebraska Educator is an open access peer-reviewed academic education journal at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. This journal is produced by UNL graduate students and publishes articles on a broad range of education topics that are timely and have relevance in the field of all levels of education. We seek original research that covers topics such as:
Curriculum, teaching and professional development
Education policy, practice and analysis
Literacy, language and culture
School, society and reform
Teaching and learning with technologies

Goals
The Nebraska Educator has four main goals with its published research: 1) to familiarize students with the process of publication, 2) to facilitate dialogue between emerging scholars, educators, and the larger community, 3) to promote collegiality and interdisciplinary awareness, and 4) to establish a mechanism for networking and collaboration.

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2013

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CEHS Student Research Conference Program

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CEHS Student Research Conference Program--Abstracts

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Bullying Prevention in Schoolwide Positive Behavior Supports: A Review of the Literature, Allen Garcia and Regina M. Oliver

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EVALUATION OF NUTRITION AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY CURRICULA BASED ON THE SOCIAL COGNITIVE THEORY, Elisha Hall, Julie A. Albrecht, Weiwen Chai, Alyssa Vierregger, Johnna Hall, and Wanda Koszewski

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Health and Nutrition Education in Czech Republic (Poster), Jana Koptíková

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The Curriculum of Health and Nutrition Education in Czech Republic (Article), Jana Koptíková

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THE ROLE OF DISCOURSE IN TEACHING SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY: A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY OF TWO STUDENT TEACHERS, Jia Lu

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Teaching culturally and linguistically diverse students: A phenomenological study of volunteer teachers' learning curve, Jessica Sierk

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Food Safety Education Using Conceptual Change Teaching Strategies among Native American Nebraskans, Rachel C. Sinley, Kris Foley, and Julie A. Albrecht

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ELL High School Students of Mexican Ancestry: A Phenomenological Study of Language Ideologies, Kristine Sudbeck

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Faculty Perceptions of Course Redesign, David Tompkins, Curtis Brundy, Rick Marlatt, and Fei Yu

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PRESCHOOL CHILDREN’S CONSERVATION REASONING AND UNDERSTANDING ABOUT NATURE, Julia Torquati, Julia Kroeker, and CarMun Kok