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  • Meet the NSTA Leadership

    Page | June 2020

    Meet the NSTA Leadership Dr. Elizabeth Allan President 2020–2021 Dr. Elizabeth "Beth" Allan is the president of the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA). She began serving her one-year term on June 1, 2020. Allan is currently Professor of Biology and Coordinator of the Secondary Science Education program at…

  • Apply to Serve on the NSTA Board or Council by Dennis Schatz

    Blog Post | August 2019

    Now that fall is almost here it is time for you and our colleagues to apply to be an NSTA board or council member. The web portal to apply – or nominate someone else – is now open at…

  • CSL Frequently Asked Questions

    Page | July 2020

    CSL Frequently Asked Questions Official tagline: Linking in-school and out-of-school STEM Learning What is Connected Science Learning? Connected Science Learning is an online journal that bridges in-school and out-of-school STEM learning by showcasing highly effective programs, practices, collaborations, and research…

  • Solar Science: Exploring Sunspots, Seasons, Eclipses, and More

    NSTA Press Book | January 2016

    Solar Science offers more than three dozen hands-on, inquiry-based activities on many fascinating aspects of solar astronomy. The activities cover the Sun’s motions, space weather caused by the Sun, the measurement of…

  • NSTA Press® Sample Chapters

    Page | May 2020

    NSTA Press® Sample Chapters Looking for Science Activities? NSTA Press publishes science activities for teachers of kindergarten through college on a wide range of topics. We've posted sample chapters and activities from our books for free download so you can look inside. Be sure to search our online bookstore for…

  • Connecting Three-Dimensional Learning to Upcoming Out-of-This-World Phenomena

    Archived Conference Session | January 2022

  • Early STEM Learning

    Journal Article | October 2017

    Editor Dennis Schatz welcomes readers to the fourth issue, which addresses the theme STEM for Early Learners.   Welcome to the fourth issue, addressing the theme STEM for Early Learners. Karen Worth, expert in…

  • Take a Fresh Look at Connected Science Learning

    Journal Article | October 2018

    Editor Dennis Schatz welcomes you to the latest issue of Connected Science Learning, focused on STEM Learning Through Afterschool Experiences, and introduces the journal’s incoming Field Editor, Beth Murphy.  …

  • The Maker Movement Is Everywhere, Including in the Current Issue of CSL

    Journal Article | July 2018

    Editor Dennis Schatz welcomes you to the seventh issue of Connected Science Learning, focused on STEM learning experiences through making.     Everywhere I visit, STEM (science, technology, engineering,…

  • Engaging Youth in Citizen Science

    Journal Article | April 2018

    Happy Citizen Science Day: April 14, 2018 Please join us in celebrating Citizen Science Day, which falls this year on Saturday, April 14th. This issue of Connected Science Learning is dedicated to highlighting…

  • A New Year for Connected Science Learning

    Journal Article | January 2018

    Connected Science Learning Editor Dennis Schatz provides readers with news about behind-the-scenes updates for the journal.   Funding to support Connected Science Learning We are delighted to announce that The…

  • Welcome to the Third Issue

    Journal Article | May 2017

    Editor Dennis Schatz introduces the third issue, focused on how STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) learning surrounds us.   This issue features contributions on the theme of STEM Learning…

  • First Issue of Connected Science Learning a Great Success

    Journal Article | November 2016

    CSL editor Dennis Schatz discusses the response to our first issue, the journal’s new serialized publication format, and this issue’s theme, professional development.   All of us associated with producing…

  • Monday Night Science

    Journal Article | March 2016

    CSL editor Dennis Schatz introduces the first journal dedicated to bridging in-school and out-of-school science education.   My dream—many would call it a fantasy—is that someday, science will be as pervasive in…

  • Moving Forward to a Brighter Future for Science Education

    Blog Post | January 2021

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