As of June 11, 2015, JRAEO ceased publication.
Journal and Review of Astronomy Education and Outreach (JRAEO, pronounced as Jay-ray-oh, or jay-ray for short) topics are as vast as the universe is large. Anything that relates to educating students or the general public about astronomy is of interest. This can include areas of study often designated as astronomy education, space science education, and even topics from allied fields such as physics, geoscience, math or history education, as long as the topic is found in an astronomy course or used to excite and inform people about astronomy. The intended subject audiences include all grade levels–primary, elementary, middle school, and secondary level (in the US, the K-12 system)–undergraduate education (both astronomy majors and general education courses or other domains where astronomy can be included, such as exobiology or cosmochemistry), graduate education, and informal or free-choice education involving the general public, including studies of the media (newspapers, social media, etc.) and dedicated facilities such as science centers and planetariums. We actively seek articles in all categories from all across the world.
Practitioner articles, such how-to’s and resource lists, may be directed to Hermograph Press’ sister publication The Classroom Astronomer (www.classroomastronomer.com).
JRAEO was published in digital form only, three times per year, by Hermograph Press, LLC, Marietta, GA (www.hermograph.com). ISSN 2372-8388.