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미국 과학교사 협회 연차 대회 09.3.19-22 올리엔스
Destination: New Orleans
NSTA National Conference on Science Education
We are celebrating science March 19-22 in New Orleans this year and science teachers, principals, and administrators take note. This premier event brings the finest professional development leaders in the country to share their expertise in teaching strategies, content knowledge, literacy, assessment, inquiry and much more. See a sampling of what in store for you, including sessions for all grade bands, all disciplines:
Featured Presentation How Children Learn: Brain Research and Inquiry-based Science by Kenneth Wesson
Featured Session Rain Forests, Medicine Men, and Google Earth: Curing the Incurable and Saving the Amazon in Six Dimensions by Mark Plotkin
Featured Session Brainsense: Learning About the Brain Through Puzzles, Activities, and Optical Illusions by Michael diSpezio
WorkshopClimate Change: Classroom Tools to Explore the Past, Present, and Future
Workshop Become an Environmental Investigator and Lead Your Students to an Understanding of Environmental Stewardship
Institute (ticketed)Assessing and Promoting Teachers?Understanding and Skills in Assessment and Instruction for Student Learning
Inquiry and Good Science Instruction Are They the Same?
Earth System Science: Problem-based Learning Courses for Teachers Through ESSEA
Developing Literacy and Addressing Content Standards Through Issue-oriented Science
Consider short courses, Informal Science Day, Teacher Researcher Day, field trips to coastal Louisiana to explore ecosystems or to New Orleans Glassworks. Visit our Exhibition Hall to view the newest products and bring home giveaways for your classroom. Best of all, you can earn graduate credit for 12 hours of program attendance.
Register before February 6 to get the lowest rate. Visit the New Orleans conference web pages for details.