(With apologies to Judy Garland) The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) will have its annual conference in St. Louis, MO from April 11 to 14. Of course, the national conference is always a fantastic experience. This year, a whole slew of children’s science writers are going to converge on the conference and have a special … Continue reading Meet Me in St. Louis
The national meeting of the National Science Teachers Association is in Atlanta this year (we’ve had a regional meeting before, but not the national). This is an outstanding opportunity for science teachers. Save yourself 30 bucks and register by February 9. That's THIS FRIDAY! If you’re coming, I’d love to see you! I’m presenting on … Continue reading Countdown to the NSTA Early Bird Deadline
If you're going to the NSTA National Conference in Boston next week (April 3-6), come see me! My main presentation will be Saturday from 3:30-4:30 in room 253C of the convention center. I'll also be sharing early bits of my new book, Once Upon an Earth Science Book, at the NESTA Geology Share-a-thon and the … Continue reading See Me in Boston at NSTA
I did a webinar for NSTA several weeks ago. It was great experience working with them on it. It's too late to see it live, but if you are wondering about my presentation style, or would like to learn about taking a Claims-Evidence-Reasoning approach to writing in your class, you can always watch the archived … Continue reading Watch my NSTA Webinar
The earlybird deadline for the National Science Teachers Association Atlanta conference is tomorrow! Register for 3 fun days of cool, interesting science and teaching tips. I get to do a special 3-hour "Customized Professional Development" session on Saturday afternoon. Unfortunately, my session (for middle school teachers) is full. But, as of yesterday, there were still … Continue reading Catch me at NSTA in Atlanta: Earlybird deadline is October 12!