NSTA is pleased to offer this series of conversations with science education researchers whose work has recently been published in the Journal of Research on Science Teaching, published by our affiliate organization, the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST). Each of their articles has been selected for NSTA’s annual Research Worth Reading list because of its potential to inform your science teaching.

In these interviews, authors share insights about their work and its practical implications for science classrooms. Whether or not you’ve read their published articles, we think you’ll find these conversations interesting, thought-provoking, and useful.