Students learn best when they are engaged--when learning builds on their interests and backgrounds and when they actively participate in hands-on and minds-on instruction. This year's conference will help teachers engage their students in 3D science learning with the new Georgia Standards of Excellence, in STEM learning that is grounded in the science classroom, and in literacy that supports effective science reasoning. Sessions outside these strands will offer a range of strategies and resources to support student learning in science.
The 2017 annual conference will be held February 2-4, in Stone Mountain. Session proposals will be accepted through October 31, 2016. Members or nonmembers may submit a maximum of 3 session proposals. All presenters must register and pay for the conference, which includes one year of GSTA membership, upon acceptance of the session proposal. If you are a current GSTA member, then please log into your account before submitting your proposal.
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