Volume: 04, Issue: 08 12/14/2005 
Conference Workshop
Teachers work together at the NSTA's National Conference.
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Explore Science, Technology, & Space Conferences

Do you want more information about technology, space, and science education? These conferences across the country are fantastic opportunities to learn and explore.

Association for Science Teacher Education's International Conference
This event will take place at the Portland Marriott Downtown in Portland, Oregon. Conference registration forms have been mailed and will be available at the website below. Don't forget to sign up for workshops and tours! The pre-conference Board Meeting will be held on January 12, starting at 5 p.m. Everyone is welcome.Check the website below for more information.
http://aste.chem.pitt.edu

12th Annual Space Exploration Educators Conference
K-12 educators, come experience space at Space Center Houston in Houston, Texas. You will leave this cross-curricular conference recharged and ready to ignite the minds of your students. It will be held on February 2, 2006. For more information and to register, visit the website below, or call 281-283-7773.
http://www.spacecenter.org/seec.html

National Space Symposium to Include Educational Activities
Taking place at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colorado, this premier U.S. policy and program forum is a "must do" opportunity for information and interaction on all sectors of space: commercial, civil, and national security. It will be held on April 3, 2006. Activities for educators will be included in the agenda. Find out more and register at the website below.
http://www.iteaconnect.org/

2006 NSTA National Conference on Science Education in Anaheim, California
NSTA's 54th National Conference on Science Education is expected to draw more than 13,000 attendees. It will be held on April 6, 2006. The conference will feature the theme "Science, The Universal Language." Professional development strands, which unify and guide sessions, workshops, and short courses, are Using Technology to Enhance Student Learning; Formative Assessment: How Will You Know What Your Students Know?; Science and Literacy: An Essential Partnership; Changing School Culture: Building Professional Learning; and The Many Faces of Inquiry. In response to the ongoing interest in science assessment strategies in classrooms, NSTA will again present Science Assessment: Research and Practical Appproaches, a special daylong conference on the topic, on April 6. Register and learn more at the website below.
http://www.nsta.org/conventiondetail&Meeting_Code=2006ANA

    
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