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Conference on Science Education in Minneapolis

JOIN US IN MINNEAPOLIS!
by , posted on 10:52 AM, July 15, 2016
Block off October 27-29 on your calendar, line up a substitute, get funding early, and look forward to an NSTA Area Conference on Science Education this Fall.
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JOIN US IN MINNEAPOLIS!
 
Block off October 27-29 on your calendar, line up a substitute, get funding early, and look forward to an NSTA Area Conference on Science Education this Fall!
 
 
 
QUICK LINKS
 
 
Just a peek into the hundreds of sessions you can choose from. Browse all sessions here!
 
  • Universal Design for Learning: What It Is, and What It Isn’t
  • Classroom iPad iDeasregister now
  • 3D Printing in the K–3 Classroom
  • Magnificent Magnets
  • ARTsome Astronomy
  • Designing Lessons for the Private School Setting That Implement the NGSS Using the Engineering Design Process
  • Solids: The Neglected "State" of Chemistry
  • Using Pop Culture and Polymers to Create Inquisitive Minds
  • Let’s Get Physical: From Force and Friction to
  • Water and Weather
  • STEMify Your Teaching Using Best Practices of STEM Education in Your Classroom
  • Electricity Made Simple
 
Teachers around the country are telling us why they're attending an NSTA Conference...
"I feel like I need to be refreshed. After 28 years in the classroom I want to be revitalized and give me some new ideas get with the times!! This will only mean better opportunities for my kids."
– Emily Keeler

"It’s important to continue learning and redefining your skills to encourage student growth and success!"  – Pamela Mclaughlin
 
"I love learning new ways to excite kids about science and new ways to teach about science!"
– Susan Brown
 
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Professional Development Strands
 
Teaching Science in a Connected World
 
STEMify Instruction Through Collaboration
Across the Curriculum
 
Celebrating Elementary Science and Literacy Connections