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Where else?

I had an email from a former colleague who said that the conference must be a science teacher’s paradise. She’s right. Where else can you update your content knowledge get new teaching ideas and interact with the presenters meet thousands of science teachers have your picture taken with Bill Nye get the latest information on […]

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Join in forming a Science Interest Forum for early childhood educators

Dear early childhood educators and researchers, We’re writing to invite you to join us in applying to NAEYC to form an Early Childhood Science Interest Forum. The purpose of the forum is to: Provide a forum for the exchange of effective strategies and quality materials for science teaching in early childhood. Establish and maintain a […]

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Latest from NSTA’s online outposts

What’s New for May 31 on NSTA’s various online outposts Happy Memorial Day! Many of you are wanting to download the resources from the conference in Philadelphia. Here’s how. Highlights of stimulating conversations taking place right now on our listservs: Biology—discussion of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, alcohol experiments, and college admissions; Chemistry—big […]

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Latest from NSTA’s online outposts

What’s New for May 17 on NSTA’s various online outposts Many of you are wanting to download the resources from the conference in Philadelphia. Here’s how. Highlights of stimulating conversations taking place right now on our listservs: Chemistry—STD simulations, designing lab space, and electrochemistry questions; Biology—more about Amish Friendship Bread and a Biologist’s Mother’s Day […]

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Are you part of the NSTA Communities?

One of Chapter Leaders called me this morning to ask about the NSTA Communities. I wanted to share the highlights of our conversation with the CAG Blog. Did you know that the NSTA Communities site contains many smaller communities? These smaller communities, called groups, have formed around their own purpose. For example; subject matter, issues, […]

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Educators share why they attended the conference

I’d like to share a few more comments from people who took the time to talk to me either after a session, in the exhibit hall, or on the bus. Thank you all for sharing your views on the benefits of attending the conference. — Lynn Petrinjak This is my first time coming to one […]

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