About the 2020 California Science Education
The California Science Education Conference is hosted and organized by the California Science Teachers Association (CSTA). The annual event takes place over 2 ½ days beginning Friday, October 16 through Sunday, October 18.
The CSTA Conference is well-known by science educators as the place to make connections, generate new ideas, energize their teaching, and learn, and grow as professionals.
The goal of the California Science Education Conference is to give California science educators an opportunity to grow professionally in order to improve student outcomes in and access to a high-quality science education. Educators participating in the conference accomplish this by participating in hands-on, minds-on 90-minute workshops led by teacher leaders, professional developers and organizations who offer programs and services to support high-quality science teaching and learning. in addition, the conference is designed to provide multiple networking opportunities. Conference attendees leave armed with new ideas, new contacts, new resources, and refreshed and motivated to continue implementing the California Next Generation Science Standards in their classrooms and districts.
Who Should Attend?
Classroom science teachers (Pre-K-12) science specialists, science coaches, district and county science coordinators, home school educators, preservice science teachers, university and college science teacher educators, and informal science educators.
The conference will be held worldwide in the most comfiest place you can find!
What Is Included with Your Conference Registration?
Full conference registration includes access to all workshop and exhibitor workshop sessions, two general sessions (one on Friday morning and one on Sunday morning), a virtual exhibit hall (more details to come), and several focus speakers.
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