Promote and participate in early childhood science inquiry professional development

Share Your Expertise: Be Part of the National Conversation on STEM! Don’t miss a chance to participate in the NSTA 2013 STEM Forum & Expo, in St. Louis, MO, May 15-18. The deadline to submit a proposal to share your STEM expertise is quickly approaching on November 30.

NSTA is looking for workshop presenters (teachers and administrators) to address STEM in the context of the following topics and corresponding strands:

PreK–2 (Early Childhood)
Grades 3–5
Grades 6–9
Grades 10–12
Effective STEM Partnerships
Administration/ Implementation

NSTA calls for proposals go out to all, including classroom teachers who have never yet presented but want to share an interesting science inquiry and their principals who want to support their presenting teachers. All presenters were once a teacher who had never presented at a conference. NSTA participants are engaged and welcoming!
The Forum kicks off on May 15 with keynote speaker, Dr. Ainissa Ramirez, Ph.D., scholar, inventor, host of Science Saturdays, and science evangelist, followed by an exclusive evening exhibit preview and reception. The next three days offer in-depth panel discussions with over 30 experts, hands-on workshops, and demonstrations of the latest technology, products, and methodologies related to STEM instruction.

Proposals to present at the 2013 NSTA STEM Forum & Expo will be accepted online until November 30.

Early childhood educators–get your science professional development at a National Science Teachers Association conference–click here to see a list of future conferences.

Hope to see you, and attend your session, at one of them!

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