MnCOSE22 in 3D • Nov 3-5, 2022
Crosscutting Concepts • Disciplinary Core Ideas • Science & Engineering Practices
All Students, All Standards, All Voices - All Together!
We're excited to be BACK TOGETHER in person for MnCOSE22! Please join us at the Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center on November 3, 4, and 5!
After two years of virtual conferences, Minnesota science educators are excited to have in-person interaction with science teaching ideas. And what a great place to gather, on the shores of Lake Superior. The venue will be the Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center (The DECC) which is close to restaurants, hotels, tourist shopping, the big-ship harbor entrance, and the Great Lakes Aquarium.
We are all eager to learn about new resources as we plan and implement our new Minnesota Science Standards (full implementation by 2024-25)! MnCOSE is the place to be for the latest updates, strategies, and networking!
Our MnCOSE22 Strands include Core Idea focused strands:
- Life & Environmental Sciences
- Physical Sciences (Chemistry & Physics)
- Earth & Space Sciences
and also three strands around critical areas in science education:
- Implementing the 2019 MN Science Standards
- Justice, Equity, and Culture in Science Education
- Community and Global Impacts on Science Teaching
as well as an entire strand of "Exhibitor Sessions," presentations by MnCOSE exhibitors on products and services
We are intentionally embedding grade level identification of sessions across all strands, so that educators of pre-K, elementary, middle, high, and 12+ students can identify sessions most helpful to them across the conference.
MnSTA membership is required to register for MnCOSE22.
We're planning an informal social event Thursday evening, presentation sessions, keynotes, exhibits and social events Friday day and into the evening, and focused sessions on Saturday morning until noon in Duluth.
MnCOSE Registration & Strand Leaders
MnCOSE Exhibitor Coordinator
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