It’s been a busy week in the Twitterverse for the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA). Our favorite shout-out came from Science Friday, promoting great science books for kids; we were delighted to see one of our readers’ favorites on the list: Next Time You See the Moon!
— Science Friday (@scifri) September 12, 2015
Science teachers have an opportunity now to nominate themselves or a colleague for a prestigious position on our Board and Council, and if you missed the webinar mentioned in this tweet, never fear, it’s archived at the same link. Take a look, and consider one of the positions available!
— Celeste Payne (@cmpayne87) September 8, 2015
Some of you shared your back to school stories. What can we say, @chemteacher93, @TannaNicely, and @ms_calaniz? STEM and the NGSS are hot!
— Aimee Selby (@chemteach93) September 8, 2015
— Tanna Nicely (@TannaNicely) September 11, 2015
— Christina Alaniz (@ms_calaniz) September 12, 2015
#HASTA gave a warm welcome to our President, Carolyn Hayes, showing her how they nurture the next generation of scientists in their lovely state!
— Lauren Kaupp (@mySciHI) September 11, 2015
— Joseph Wilson (@josephwilsonca) September 12, 2015
ICYMI, we are indeed giving away free enhanced e-books to anyone who joins or renews their regular membership, through September 30, 2015.
— CityScience (@CityScienceOrg) September 10, 2015
Planning to go to our Philly conference, November 12-14? Take advice from @JarettKuhns and visit the Franklin Institute—all attendees get free admission!
— Jarett Kuhns (@JarettKuhns) September 12, 2015
And what better way to close out the list than with another book list, from District Administration, mentioning another of our readers’ favorites, NGSS for All Students?
— NatSciTeachAssoc (@NSTA) September 11, 2015
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