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Enhance Your Chicago Convention Experience With Short Courses, Exhibitor Workshops and NSTA Symposium
NSTA Chicago Convention, November 10-12, is going to be the most exciting event of the fall for science educators. In addition to an impressive list of featured speakers, presentations and workshops, dozens of Exhibitor Workshops, an exciting Job Fair, and field trips to Chicago extraordinary science attractions, there plenty of professional development opportunities through 13 Short Courses and an NSTA Symposium by Stop Faking It! series author Bill Robertson on Force and Motion.
For teachers of grades 3-12 and administrators who want to get a head start, there a special conference on November 9: Science Assessment: Research and Practical Approaches, with 21 breakout sessions, from the Benefits of Classroom-Level Assessment to Assessing Elementary Science and Literacy Achievement of English Language Learners Within the High-Stakes Testing Policy Context to writing for Learning: Writing as a Way to Develop and Assess Scientific Thinking Presenters will familiarize educators with current National Science Foundation-funded research on the multiple forms, roles, and contexts for student assessment in science. For the convention agenda and full details on what in store when you join us in Chicago, go to http://www.nsta.org/conventiondetail&Meeting_Code=2005CHI.
The NSTA Career Fair Is a Perfect Addition to Your Recruitment Plan
The NSTA Career Fair November 11 in Chicago brings together a highly qualified and diverse group of candidates for all your job openings. The Career Fair is a cost-effective way to meet face-to-face with hundreds of science educators actively seeking a new job.
Visit http://careers.nsta.org/career_fair.asp for complete information or call 703-312-9231.
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NSTA Treasurer Post Open
NSTA announces the opening of the NSTA Treasurer position. Responsibilities include oversight of the association뭩 financial and budgetary matters. The Treasurer shall be appointed by the Board of Directors for a three-year term of office, which may be renewed for another three-year term. Appointees will be expected to devote 10-12 days of service a year for this nonstaff position. An honorarium will be provided as well as reimbursement for required meeting attendance (travel and per diem).
For additional information about the position responsibilities, visit http://careers.nsta.org/job_detail.asp?jobid=308. Application deadline: January 15, 2006. Interested individuals are invited to submit their resume along with a cover letter that specifies interest in being considered for appointment to: NSTA Executive Director, 1840 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA 22201-3092.
What Online Professional Development Are You Using?
With the rise in popularity of taking online courses to fit professional development into busy schedules, we would like to know what services NSTA Express readers are using for their online professional development needs. Please help us by completing the survey here: http://science.nsta.org/survey_opd.