Our theme “Science – Now in 3D” refers to the three “dimensions” of the NYS P-12 Science Learning Standards -
Science and Engineering Practices, Disciplinary Core Ideas, Cross-cutting Concepts.
Conference Registration Is Open
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Ready to find out the latest on the New York State P-12 Science Learning Standards (NYSP-12SLS) direct from Albany?
Questioning what changes they will bring to your classroom in the next few years?
Curious how others are developing lessons, labs and units?
Seeking a forum that will be inspiring with shared ideas all of which will take you to that next level?
Desire to connect with colleagues who also love teaching science?
Pursuing more "CTLE" accredited opportunities?
...actively supporting New York science teachers in the implementation of the NYS Science Learning Standards.
...focusing on our theme of “Science – Now in 3D” which refers to the three “dimensions” of NYSP-12SLS: Science and Engineering Practices, Disciplinary Core Ideas, Cross-cutting Concepts.
...seeking to share with you what you need to know, NOW!
...providing the opportunity to discuss assessments and how student Performance Expectations might change assessments in the future - assessments which may require understanding of instructional content, interdisciplinary connections and how science and engineering is done.
...exploring effective strategies to meet the diverse needs our students.
...utilizing expertise of our Directors At Large, Subject Area Representatives and workshop presenters to focus on what you need to know about instructional shifts, phenomena based learning, reframing labs and model lessons for the classroom.
It's a P.D. Bargain
Where else can you spend two-and-one-half days getting this much high quality science teaching professional development at such a reasonable price?
November 4 - 6, 2017
Subject Area Institutes
CTLE Approved Sessions
STANYS Leaders’ Breakfast
Friday Evening Dinner -
Friday Field Trip -
Monday Institute with Paul Andersen
Alan Seidman, Annual Conference Chair