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2017 Area NSTA Conferences

NSTA conferences offer the latest in science content, teaching strategy, and research to enhance and expand your professional growth. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to collaborate with science education leaders and your peers. Each year, NSTA hosts a national conference on science education (in the spring), three area conferences (in the fall), and a STEM Forum & Expo.

Twitter hashtags: #NSTA16 (2016 conferences), #NSTA (all-purpose)

  • Baltimore, Maryland: October 5–7, 2017
  • Milwaukee, Wisconsin: November 9–11, 2017
  • New Orleans, Louisiana: November 30–December 2, 2017
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2016 Area NSTA Conferences

NSTA conferences offer the latest in science content, teaching strategy, and research to enhance and expand your professional growth. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to collaborate with science education leaders and your peers. Each year, NSTA hosts a national conference on science education (in the spring), three area conferences (in the fall), and a STEM Forum & Expo.

Twitter hashtags: #NSTA16 (2016 conferences), #NSTA (all-purpose)

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What Science Teachers Are Reading, July 2016

What Science Teachers Are Reading, July 2016
Browse this month’s most popular books, e-books, and children’s books
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Write for The Science Teacher Journal

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What worked in your classroom this year? Do you have a lesson plan that went so well you impressed yourself? A strategy all your teacher friends use? If so, we’re looking for you! Editors of NSTA’s high school journal, The Science Teacher, are planning next year’s issues now, so consider writing down the great ideas you used all year long! You’ll be helping your profession, and we’ll help you every step of the way.
Think of a favorite lesson plan or teaching strategy you’d like to share with teachers from across the country. Browse recent issues, and then visit ourCall for Papers and our Author Guidelines to find out what the editors are looking for in the coming year. To help you get started, see this annotated sample manuscript.