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  • NSTA Leadership

    Page | September 2022

    NSTA Leadership

  • 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…

  • NSTA Leadership Mulkerrin

    Page | September 2022

    NSTA Leadership Mulkerrin

  • NSTA Leadership Shugart

    Page | September 2022

    NSTA Leadership Shugart

  • NSTA Leadership Pyle

    Page | September 2022

    NSTA Leadership Pyle

  • NSTA Leadership Luft

    Page | September 2022

    NSTA Leadership Luft

  • Perspectives on Science Education. A Leadership Seminar

    NSTA Press Book | April 2017

    This book delivers what the title promises: perspectives on leadership and science education, presented in the form of a stimulating seminar. Authors Rodger Bybee and Stephen Pruitt are two of science educator's most…

  • Science Education Leadership: Best Practices for the New Century

    NSTA Press Book | February 2010

    Achieving science literacy for every student is the common goal of all science educators. It requires leaders from a broad spectrum of the science education field to band together and clearly define how to achieve this…

  • Leadership and Lessons Learned

    Book Chapter | November 2019

    This chapter takes you through five key points for putting an “explore-before-explain” mind-set into practice using Predict, Observe, and Explain (POE) and 5E sequences, as well as the Next Generation Science Standards…

  • Leadership Can Make the Difference

    Book Chapter | September 2018

    This chapter takes you through five key lessons to putting an explore-before-explain mindset into practice using POE (Predict, Observe, and Explain) and 5E (Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate, and Evaluate)…

  • Leadership for Public Understanding of Science

    Book Chapter | February 2009

    Science is generally considered to be one of the most important subjects in the school curriculum, even if it does not receive as much attention as math and reading-language arts, which have always formed the central…

  • Assessing Assessment to Inform Science Leadership

    Book Chapter | February 2009

    This chapter uses the ReaL Earth System Science project as a metaphor for investigating the landscape of assessment in science education. This framing turns the focus of the five questions away from the Earth system and…

  • The Many Faces of Leadership in a Complex Environment

    Book Chapter | February 2009

    While the full implementation of the leadership approach recommended in this chapter has many facets, the foundation of that leadership style is to “keep you eye on the prize.” That is, every decision should consider at…

  • Content Coverage in the Role of Instructional Leadership

    Book Chapter | February 2009

    The variability in content coverage is likely to produce differences in student learning outcomes. The authors use this variability to reinforce their view that the management of content coverage, including association…

  • The Role of Teacher Leadership in Science Education

    Book Chapter | February 2009

    Professional development activities deepen content knowledge, support inquiry-based teaching, help teachers tap into student thinking, and assist in implementing curriculum materials and interpreting assessment systems…

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