By Jodi Peterson
We’ve got a new website with a brand-new look, full of features and content to meet all of your science education needs. So what’s new?
While you will still find the same trusted and quality resources that you’ve come to expect from us, you’ll experience our new streamlined design and navigation, allowing you to find and customize great NSTA content—including daily lesson plans, book chapters, and journal articles—to the specific subject and grade you teach.
As you personalize the content you need, you’ll want to make NSTA your one-stop shopping destination. You can also upload your own content, share and curate resources from your peers, and document all of your professional learning needs. Or go online and network with other teachers, and share experiences, stories, ideas, and more.
And of course, we still have loads of webinars, discussion groups, book studies, professional learning opportunities, conferences, and so much more—all waiting for you at the new NSTA.org!
This past year we’ve introduced our new name, a new logo, and now, our new website. We are so excited about these changes and look forward to the journey ahead with you.
Check us out, and tell us what you think.
This article originally appeared in the May 2020 issue of NSTA Reports, the member newspaper of the National Science Teaching Association. Read the full issue now.