The 2018 NSTA National Conference started with selfies,
and quickly evolved into group shots!
— Cindy Willingham (@cwscience) March 15, 2018
— Bev DeVore-Wedding (@bdevore) March 15, 2018
— Plum Grove Stem (@lennstroms) March 15, 2018
— Todd Bauer (@TBauerWCHS) March 15, 2018
Where Geeks are Cool and Nerds Rule
— Asha Curry (@ashacurrysci) March 15, 2018
— Colin Killmer (@ckillmer) March 14, 2018
Ron Clark—Minions Welcome…
But No Slackers Need Apply!
— Melissa E. Boehler (@Meboehler) March 15, 2018
— Judie Hardin Beccaro (@STEMgal1) March 15, 2018
— Leigh Ann Fleming (@fleming2class) March 15, 2018
— Ella Bowling (@ellabowling) March 15, 2018
— Jill (@JillMoniqueEdu) March 15, 2018
The Exhibit Hall
The Science Teacher’s Playground
It’s been awhile, but @googleearth is back @ #NSTA18 and we are so excited! Make time to stop by the @Google booth to see beautiful #Earth Voyager stories created by our partner @BIOINTERACTIVE, the power of timelapse, and play with the Science Journal App! pic.twitter.com/zHPNi0CkE2
— Google Earth Outreach (@earthoutreach) March 15, 2018
— Legends of Learning (@legendlearning) March 15, 2018
— Ambra Hook (@ambra_hook) March 14, 2018
— Tamieka Grizzle (@TeamGrizzle2006) March 15, 2018
Sessions, Sessions, Sessions
Elementary Teachers at #NSTA18 , come to #elementaryextravaganza on Friday morning to see exciting science tools for your elementary classroom. Including #Mars Mission Specialist. @NSTA @SandC_NSTA pic.twitter.com/kowTEzzfwY
— Bill Burton (@effelgorp) March 15, 2018
Learned “what’s new in physics” from @Perimeter this afternoon and my head is still spinning. Best PD session that I’ve ever been to! I even got some new materials for my astrophysics unit next month!! #NSTA18 pic.twitter.com/ZgGUtONLZ4
— Joe Cossette (@cossettej) March 15, 2018
— Susanne Smith (@susannecoulter3) March 15, 2018
I Can See Your Halo
— Jaime (@Jkupfner) March 15, 2018
— David Steele (@dsteele_AEF) March 15, 2018
And Don’t Miss This!
This Friday, March 16th, tune into @NASA TV at 10:40am (ET) to see educators attending the National Science Teachers Association conference in Atlanta, GA ask @Astro_Maker questions about living and working in space! https://t.co/m9AacP4zoQ #STEMonStation #NSTA18 pic.twitter.com/XYdB9QERJQ
— NASA Education (@NASAedu) March 13, 2018
More About the 2018 National Conference on Science Education
Browse the program preview, or check out more sessions and other events with the Atlanta Session Browser/Personal Scheduler. Follow all our conference tweets using #NSTA18, and if you tweet, please feel free to tag us @NSTA so we see it!
The mission of NSTA is to promote excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all.
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