National Conference in Atlanta
March 22-25, 2023
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Where Professional Learning for Educators of Science Comes to Life
Join us this spring for an unparalleled professional learning experience! Share space with educators of all experience levels and backgrounds to delve into pedagogy, explore new ideas and best practices, and revitalize your mind and spirit. NSTA Atlanta23 is your place to expand your knowledge and fuel your inspiration so that you can face the future with even more confidence!
An Experience with You In Mind
Created “by educators, for educators” NSTA Atlanta23 is thoughtfully developed with you in mind! The conference is perfect for pre-service/new teachers and classroom veterans (K-12), professors, informal educators, administrators, and curriculum specialists who want to explore best practices, innovative instructional strategies and techniques, and next-level engagement approaches for inspiring students in science and STEM.
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Conference Courses • FREE to All Attendees
A conference course is a series of sessions—presented by a group of leading experts in an intentional order—to deepen your knowledge of effective research-based approaches about a specific topic. Attendees who complete a conference course earn a completion certificate, which can be submitted for clock hours or continuing education credits. To claim your certificate you will need to evaluate the sessions you attended in the session browser and submit your transcript to email@example.com. Please allow 30 days for the certificate to be issued.
A pathway is a curated grouping of sessions centered around a specific topic of interest.
Where Connections Are Made & Relationships Are Established
Meet Our Keynote & Featured Speakers
NSTA TV Returns to the National Conference
NSTA TV highlights the hard work of educators and organizations committed to elevating the quality of education in the U.S. Programming will also spotlight innovative programs and initiatives that are helping to transform science and STEM teaching and learning.