Sign up for the Share-a-Thon!
One of our goals in AMSE is to connect our members with opportunities to share their expertise. We are really excited that this year, all AMSE sponsored sessions in St. Louis will be presented by AMSE members! If you didn’t submit a proposal for a presentation, there’s still another chance to share your amazing work. Please see the message below from Dr. Carrie Jones, NSTA’s High School Division Director.
“Set your sights higher at the High School Share-a-Thon!
Share your best lesson(s) with other educators by volunteering to informally present at our annual Share-a-Thon in St. Louis!
You will have space at a table and educators will circulate the room to engage in hands-on activities, collect information and resources, and network with other educators.
Saturday April 13th from 9:30-11:00AM in Grand Ballroom D/E, Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch
Please go to: https://tinyurl.com/y9ljbv9t to let us know what you would like to share!
If you have questions please contact Dr. Carrie Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If accepted, all presenters are required to be registered for the NSTA conference in order to present and all accepted presenters must complete the NSTA Safety Form, which will be provided to you if your proposal is accepted. You will be notified about your acceptance in February. We cannot accept vendors/exhibitors at this time for presenting, but feel free to contact us if you would like to provide a door prize.”
We Are Celebrating our Diversity this Black History Month!
And, we’ll keep celebrating after today! We’re excited to honor our AMSE history with you at our 30th anniversary celebration in St. Louis April 11th-14th! We hope you are able to join us!
Along with the festivities, get ready for the Alice J. Moses Breakfast, George Washington Carver Conversation Series, and some awesome sessions from AMSE members!
Visit the NSTA National Conference site to register.
You can preview the conference program here.
2016 – 2017
Call for Proposals
The Association for Multicultural Science Education (AMSE) is seeking proposals for the 2016 – 2017 NSTA conferences in science education. One of the primary benefits of membership in AMSE is the opportunity to represent the association as a presenter within these national venues.
Sessions must focus on best practices addressing diversity and equity focused on the seven student groups identified in Appendix D of the Next Generation Science Standards:
- Economically disadvantaged students,
- Students from major racial and ethnic groups,
- Students with disabilities,
- Students with limited English proficiency,
- Students in alternative education programs, and
- Gifted and talented students.
|Minneapolis: Oct. 27–29, 2016
|Portland: Nov. 10–12, 2016
|Columbus: Dec. 1–3, 2016
|Los Angeles (National): Mar. 30–Apr. 2, 2017
Please submit all proposals for review by Friday, May 6, 2016 to email@example.com:
- Conference date(s)
- 250 – word abstract
Probability of selection is based upon the number of submissions received. Approved presenters will be notified by Monday, May 9, 2016.