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The 2019 Area Conference on Science Education, Cincinnati, OH, will begin on Thursday, November 14, and end on Saturday, November 16.
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Most states are either using an authentic, state-developed Three Dimensional Learning Framework or they have implemented the NGSS to guide instruction that reflects local expectations. It is essential that teachers have opportunities to develop their ability to promote student learning. In this strand, participants will strengthen their capacity with the fundamental understandings of science (disciplinary core ideas), the "doing" of science (science and engineering practices), and the multidisciplinary themes (crosscutting concepts), for genuine and effective practice for all learners.
Educators must be able to help students transcend instructional experiences as they develop the habits of science they will carry through life. The application of science pedagogy can introduce learners to the broad concepts and myriad connections to the real world around them. In this strand, participants will explore the varying depths of science available to all—no matter where their river flows.
High-performing schools often model transdisciplinary learning to help students make connections and deepen understanding in science and other content areas. In light of recent trends as computer science and technology standards are formed and expected to be infused into traditional science classes, offering STEM-focused challenges to bridge literacy skills across disciplines allows teachers to address diverse learners' needs. In this strand, participants will delve into examples from practitioners reaching across traditional boundaries to illuminate three-dimensional science learning.
Earn one (1) graduate-level credit/unit in professional development through Ashland University Southwest Ohio Center course #EDU 6260 C2. To obtain credit, you must be registered for the Cincinnati conference, complete the required assignments, and pay a fee of $180. An NSTA transcript is also required. Register for credit by Friday, November 29, 2019. Click here for complete details. Questions should be directed to Patrick Crahan, director at Ashland University Southwest Ohio Center, at e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
|SECO or KSTA Member**||$195||$205||$240|
|Partner Association Member***||$195||$205||$240|
|Retired NSTA Member||$140||$150||$165|
|One Day Only (Thu or Fri)|
(Member or Nonmember)
|One Day Only (Sat)|
(Member or Nonmember)
|Nonteaching Spouse/Guest Attending|
*Earlybird deadline: October 4, 2019 Advance deadline: October 25, 2019
***Partner Association Members:
Come as a group! Register four attendees and get a complimentary 5th registration. Use code 5FOR4 at checkout to get the discount (*applies for full registration ONLY).
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NSTA and the Conference Committee are extremely grateful to the following companies and associations for their generous support and contributions to the 2019 Area Conference on Science Education in Cincinnati, OH.
Biology Instructor / SECO Past President
Arcanum High School
2011 Trojan Ave.
Arcanum, OH 45304
Science Instructional Supervisor
Mahoning County Educational Service Center
7320 N. Palmyra Rd.
Canfield, OH 44406
Local Arrangements Coordinator
Curriculum Supervisor/ SECO President
Northwest Local School District
3240 Banning Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45239
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