Conference attendees will learn about the latest classroom products and resources in the two virtual Vendor Showcase sessions. Vendors have included practicing teachers to lead aspects of the sessions to showcase how the materials apply to the classroom.
A variety of sessions for P-20 teachers and faculty each day;
Stephen Pruitt, Kentucky’s former education commissioner and current president of the Southern Regional Education Board;
A keynote by Chad Dorsey, president and chief executive officer of the Concord Consortium;
Special guests, authors and science education experts; and
Open chats and a virtual registration table that allows you to connect and build relationships with science education colleagues.
KSTA members can attend for $100 through Jan. 31. Non-Members can attend for $150 or join KSTA with a 1-year membership and attend the conference for $125 total. Pre-service undergraduate teaching students can attend for $40, with a free 1-year KSTA membership.
Attendees will receive professional development credit for participation. Please check with your administration to ensure they will allow this conference as hours toward your professional development requirements.
The Kentucky Science Teachers Association (KSTA) is hosting its annual conference virtually on Feb. 25- 26. This year’s theme is “Moving Forward: Inspiring Science Teaching and Learning.”
The conference will feature:
For more information and registration for the 2022 Virtual KSTA Conference, visit the KSTA event webpage.
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