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NSTA at NAESP: Hands-On Science + Literacy Solutions

  The 2015 annual conference for the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) takes place June 30–July 2. Designed for educators on the front lines — teachers, superintendents, counselors, district and state administrators, and especially principals — the conference aims to have a huge impact on student success. And the National Science Teachers Association […]

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Science and Literacy: Reflections on Time






Science and literacy are inherently linked in so many ways. Just as a matter of practice, scientists must possess great proficiency in reading dense, data-filled texts. They must be expert technical writers who can describe their proposed studies for funding considerations, detail their experimental protocols for their peers to replicate, and summarize their work for […]

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NSTA Sweeps the REVERE Awards!






June 18 Update! We’re presenting these award-winning books at 10% off between now and midnight on June 27, 2014. Be sure to use promo code AWARD when you order any of the featured titles. Years of teaching experience were rewarded last night when the National Science Teachers Association Press and Journal authors and editors were […]

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“Science and Literacy: A Symbiotic Relationship”: Featured Strand at NSTA’s 2014 National Conference on Science Education in Boston, MA, April 3–6






This April, the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) will feature a special strand “Science and Literacy: A Symbiotic Relationship” at our 2014 National Conference on Science Education, in Boston, April 3–6. Attention to literacy is often seen as taking time away from science. In fact, built right into the Common Core State Standards, ELA, literacy […]

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