While every National Science Teacher Association (NSTA) conference we've attended has been a rewarding experience for our team, NSTA 22 (taking place in Houston, March 31-April 2) will be particularly special.
NSTA is one of the longest-running, favorite science teacher conferences. If you have been a science teacher for even just a couple of years, you've been to an NSTA conference and you probably had fun, made new friends, and learned new, innovative ways to engage your students in science learning.
But this year, as we slowly emerge from a devastating global pandemic that kept us apart from one another for two long years, being able to reconnect in person, in the beautiful city of Houston, is stirring palpable excitement among attendees on social media well in advance of the event.
NSTA organizers are preparing a feast of experiences and opportunities for science teachers to reconnect and get inspired for the coming school year:
Get ready for an exhilarating three days of innovation, inspiration, and connection at NSTA’s National Conference on Science Education! From engaging presentations focused on 3-D teaching and learning, sensemaking, equity, and assessment, to lively exhibitor workshops and specially-developed Texas sessions, to a vibrant Exhibit Hall featuring the latest science teaching tools, materials, and technologies available, NSTA Houston22 is sure to provide YOU with the very best professional learning experience around!" -- NSTA 2022
We're looking forward to reconnecting with science teachers from across the country. And we hope to see you there too. Visit us in Booth 3325 to learn about the exciting updates to our NGSS-aligned curricula and experience first-hand why teachers and students love our curricula. Get a live demo of our new Interactive Digital Edition of OpenSciEd.
Be sure to attend any one of our five Professional Development workshops on Thursday, March 31st, to get the latest, most innovative tools, tips, and strategies for engaging students including:
- Using Anchoring Phenomena and Driving Question Boards to Spark Student Learning [details]
- Using Modeling to Strengthen Literacy Strategies in the Elementary Classroom [details]
- OpenSciEd: Reach New Heights with the Interactive Digital Edition of OpenSciEd Provided by Activate Learning [details]
- Earth Comm: Systems Thinking Applied to Planet Earth’s Greatest Challenges [details]
- Active Physics: Project-Based Learning for Content and Creativity [detail]
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Our team and curriculum specialists will be available for you to answer all of your questions and we have a few fun surprises up our sleeves too!
See you in Houston!