NSTA

Elementary Science Extravaganza

EE2014
Friday, April 4, 2014

Ballroom East

Boston Convention and Exhibition Center

Going to the Boston NSTA national conference in 2014? APAST members, please join us at the third annual NSTA Elementary Extravaganza in Boston.  We need your expertise to make a difference in science education.  This event brings together several national and international organizations to provide PREK-8th grade teachers with a variety of teaching strategies and resources. There will be over 100 presenters and 1000 participants for the Boston event. Your name and title of presentation along with your email will be provided to the participants for retrieval of your handout… We would like to increase our number of presenters this year.

“This event is a must-attend for all teachers… so many incredible ideas and innovative teachers in one place!”   Tara Bell, President-elect, Illinois Science Teachers Association

Email Sally Bell, sebell048 for NSTA safety form before January 30th 2014 if interested.

Reasons to Present at the Elementary Extravaganza:

Increase awareness of the APAST organization

Share your Expertise on the national level

Publication of your name in the EE program

Get a head-full of new ideas for your classroom

Win door prizes

Learn about grant programs and other professional organizations

Network with national and international NSTA members

 

 

NSTA AWARD OPPORTUNITIES

Each year NSTA provides a wonderful variety of award opportunities.  As an APAST member, please consider applying for one or several of these awards such as the Delta Education Award, Sea World Parks, or Shell Teaching Award.  A link to the NSTA Awards & Recognition page is: http://www.nsta.org/about/awards.aspx

 

Specific questions can be directed to Amanda Upton at: aupton@nsta.org

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