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Conference Overview

20/20 Science: Expanding the Vision


 

Boston Convention & Exhibition Center • 415 Summer St. • Boston, MA 02210
April 2–5, 2020

The conference will begin with concurrent sessions on Thursday, April 2, at 8:00 AM and end on Sunday, April 5, at 12 Noon.

The deadline to submit proposals was April 15, 2019. Confirmations for accepted sessions will be e-mailed in November.
 

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Conference Pricing 

  Earlybird* Advance* On-site
Full Registration  2/21/20  3/13/20 after 3/13
NSTA Member $305 $335 $360
MAST Member** $305 $335 $360
Nonmember $395 $425 $450
Retired NSTA Member $200 $215 $240
Full-time Student $120 $135 $160
 
  Earlybird* Advance* On-site
One Day Only (Thu, Fri, Sat)      
Non-Student
(Member or Nonmember)
$210 $230 $250
Full-time Student $90 $95 $105
 
  Earlybird* Advance* On-site
Last Day Only (Sunday)**      
Non-Student
(Member or Nonmember)
$130 $135 $140
Full-time Student $60 $65 $70
Please note the Exhibit Hall is not open on Sunday.
 
  Earlybird* Advance* On-site
Nonteaching Spouse/Guest Attending
All $130 $155 $175
 

*Earlybird deadline: February 21, 2020    *Advance deadline: March 13, 2020

**Chapter Member:
MAST (MA) – Massachusetts Association of Science Teachers

How to Attend an NSTA Conference on a Budget

Graduate Credit

Boston national conference attendees can earn one (1) graduate-level credit/unit in professional development through Cambridge College, course #NSTA SCI 608. To obtain credit/unit, you must be registered for the Boston national conference, complete the required assignments, and pay a fee of $100 for one credit/unit. A session attendance log is also required. Register for graduate-level credit/unit by Sunday, April 26, 2020, and submit the required assignments by Tuesday, December 15, 2020. Click here for complete details. 
 

Conference Program Strands

To help you make the most of the professional development opportunities available at the NSTA Boston National Conference, the Conference Committee has planned the conference around four strands that explore topics of current significance, enabling you to focus on a specific area of interest or need.

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Event Sponsors

NSTA and the Conference Committee are extremely grateful to the following companies and associations for their generous support and contributions to the 2020 National Conference on Science Education.

Sponsors

Contributors

Conference Committee Leaders

Sean Musselman
Conference Chairperson
Science Specialist
Burlington MA Public Schools
123 Cambridge St.
Burlington, MA 01803

Pam Pelletier
Program Coordinator
Retired Educator, Boston Public Schools
9809 Highland Park Place
Palmetto, FL 34221 

Jennifer L. Craddock
Local Arrangements Coordinator
K–8 Science & Technology / Engineering
Curriculum Coordinator
Newton Public Schools
100 Walnut St.
Newton, MA 02460



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