Georgia Science Teachers Association
District Mini Grants
Thank you for your interest in the Georgia Science Teachers District Mini-Grants. We believe that it is important that excellence in science teaching is recognized and rewarded. These grants are specifically designated for GSTA members. Please know that a current membership is a prerequisite for this award.
Congratulations to the 2021-22 GSTA Board
GSTA is excited to announce the election results for the 2021-22 GSTA Board. they will be installed into their new positions on April 24th.
Director: Dr. Donna Barrett
President: Justin Harvey
President-elect: Dr. Nicole Page
Vice President: Chanel Johnson
College Representative: Dr. Kania Greer
Middle School Representative: Kristina Istre
District 1: Robert Bice
District 2: Alec Johnson
District 3: Kelly Bodner
District 4: Natasha Smith
District 5: Dr. Sheila Barnes
District 6: Ashley Cody
District 7: Heather Cowart
District 8: Michelle Thompson
District 9: Donita Legoas
District 10: Teresa Massey
District 11: Patti Howell
District 12: Kathryn Mullen
GSTA Professional Resources
Besides our world famous GSTA Phenomena Bank, GSTA supports science teachers across the state by curating professional resources.
GSTA 2021 Virtual Conference and Mini-Conference Resources
GSTA's 2021 virtual conference featured sessions during the week, February 1st-4th, and a full day of sessions, short courses, and events on Saturday, February 6th. Share-A-Thons, social events, and awards will take place through an online platform as well. Conference strands will include STEM, leadership, literacy, assessment, equity, and 3D phenomena-based learning.
GSTA members can log into the GSTA website and access the conference resources on the GSTA Virtual Conference webpage.
Resources from the Mini-Conferences
Phenomena Bank - Get a free GSTA t-shirt!
Want a free GSTA t-shirt? The first 25 people to submit an approved phenomena to the GSTA phenomena bank will receive a t-shirt. Here are the steps:
1. Submit the phenomena (you will include the GSE element, link to phenomena (image, data set, graph, video, etc.), more details about the phenomena, and a lesson resource. See the phenomena bank for more details and examples. Be sure the phenomena is aligned to the 3-D nature of the GSE.
2. Once completed, submit this form that includes your t-shirt size, color preference, and mailing address.
CONNECT Georgia science teachers to vibrant local and statewide professional networks that enhance their classroom practice and the value of their membership.
PARTNER with informal science education stakeholders to facilitate science literacy opportunities for learners of all ages in real-world communities.
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