Lots going on across the spectrum of NSTA’s online outposts. Here’s a quick list of what buzz is happening where:
On our “core site” (www.nsta.org): everyone’s gearing up for our National Conference on Science Education this March 17 – 21 in Philadelphia. Write your own declaration of independence and join your fellow educators this March in Philadelphia!
On Facebook, there’s a discussion about what to do if you can’t see microscope samples, and one of your colleagues is trying to gather together a group of educators who focus on AP Biology.
On Linkedin, there are discussions about extended discounts for recruiters on our Career Center as well as how to introduce students to veterinary medicine.
And of course all our science educator Tweeps are tweeting and re-tweeting about our Philadelphia conference and our Lab Out Loud Podcasts!
And in your very own NSTA online professional learning communities, we have new groups created on a variety of topics…
- ELL—A place to share ideas of what works to help English language learners succeed in science
- WGBH Teacher’s Domain—a Digital library of STEM resources from public television.
And… a brand new group especially designed for folks looking for shared housing at our 2010 National Conference in Philadelphia!