Recent activity on NSTA's various online outposts

Tweet-up in Philadelphia! Join your fellow Listserv users, Facebookers, Tweeters, and LinkedIn’ers, and online Community users on Wednesday evening at the Brew Pub adjacent to Reading Terminal, 1150 Filbert St., for a (at your own expense) face-to-face gathering of your fellow science education colleagues! NO RSVP required! Ask for Howard Wahlberg or Daryl Taylor.
On our listservs, the subject of parents advocating for creationism in the science classroom has generated a spirited discussion, and rube goldberg contraptions are being discussed in Physical Science and DNA Fingerprinting is being talked about in Biology. Sorry to disappoint the moldy cat and poop fans out there; maybe next week.
In NSTA’s online professional learning communities, make sure to check out all the new presentation resources for our Philadelphia Conference.
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, lots of folks have been discussing plans for the National Conference.
On LinkedIn, you can now find a jobs subgroup, that re-posts all of the listings on the NSTA Career Center.
And of course, on our Twitter stream, science educators are tweeting and re-tweeting about our upcoming national conference in Philadelphia!

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