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Save the Date for NSELA's Virtual Leadership Summit!

Posted: Apr. 21 2020

Due to the outbreak and spread of COVID-19, we are hosting our annual Leadership Summit virtually this year! It is scheduled for June 15th - 18th from 11am - 1:30 pm CST each day. Many of the speakers scheduled to speak at the Leadership Summit will still be presenting.

A full schedule as well as registration information will be shared soon. Mark your calendars!


Message from NSELA President: #LegoLarry Created to Celebrate Incoming Presidency of Larry Plank

Prepared by: James Blake

It is customary for the outgoing NSELA president to give a symbolic gift to the next one.  I was inspired to create “Lego Larry” when shopping with my 6th grade, Lego-addicted son.  There are two machines in the world that allow you to design and print your own Lego figure.  We stumbled upon one in Florida at Downtown Disney.  After creating a mini-Larry - it only made sense to take the miniature on his welcome tour of national volunteer science work. I flew Lego Larry to the Seattle NSTA Area Conference for some great photobombs with science giants (figuratively and literally when compared to a Lego mini-fig) and NSELA partners HERE - enjoy! 

Please help me welcome #LegoLarry as he takes NSELA to new heights!


Deadline Friday! Submit a Session Presentation During One of NSELA's 10 sessions @ NSTA 2021

Posted: April 20, 2020

2021 NSTA National Conference
April 8-11, 2021
Chicago, Illinois
Theme: All Students, All Sciences, All Settings

 The NSELA Professional Development Committee is seeking presenters for the 2021 NSTA National Conference in Chicago. Presentation time slots are one hour in length and should be focused upon research, projects, programs or tools that may benefit leaders in science education - teachers, district staff, state level staff and/or college faculty. 

Click on the proposal link here to complete a one-page summary of the proposed session by Friday, April 24th at 6:00 pm. 

Travel costs to the 2021 NSTA National Conference in Chicago and any additional materials for the presentation are the sole responsibility of the presenter(s). Conference strands are listed below for your reference, and priority will be given to those proposals that align best with these themes.

  • Supporting All Students in Science 
  • Shattering the Silos of STEM
  • Setting the Stage for Science
  • Stages of Three-Dimensional Implementation 

All questions should be directed to Elizabeth Mulkerrin via email. We thank you for your continued support of the National Science Education Leadership Association.

For full flyer, click here.


Did you miss the NSELA Coffee Talk Webinar?

Posted: Apr. 21, 2020

NSELA members have access to webinar recording for FREE!

Members, login to access the recording.

Not a member? Join NSELA today! Annual membership is only $60.

See all archived webinars here.



"A Safety Minute" Tips by Dr. Ken Roy - NSELA Safety Compliance Officer

Posted: Apr. 20, 2020

NSELA Safety Minute by Dr. Ken Roy – NSELA Safety Compliance Officer - For current safety updates five days a week, follow Dr. Ken on [email protected].

“Technology & Engineering Education Facilities & Safety Survey” - This important survey specifically for T&E teachers to have national/international data to make safety recommendations. This input is critical in helping to determine future safety practices and standards! Supervisors who oversee both science and tech.ed./engineering or STEM should share this with their T & E / Eng. or STEM teachers and ask them to complete the relatively short survey. Takes about 20 minutes plus a lottery opportunity to win a free copy of a very popular STEM safety book. Click here!



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