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This prestigious award recognizes and honors an NSELA member, who through their professional work, has demonstrated outstanding leadership in science education at the school, district, county, regional, and/or national level.

This prestigious award recognizes and honors an outstanding administrator who, through his/her professional work, has demonstrated exemplary support for science education at the school, district, higher education, and/or county level. This award honors an administrator whose primary responsibility is outside the area of science instruction.

Both awards are presented at the annual NSELA Leadership Summit (anticipated next in Chicago in April 2021). The awards are accompanied by a check for $1,000 and a plaque.

 

Did you miss the "Louisiana Remote Learning Adaptations for OpenSciEd and inquiryHub Biology" Webinar? Recording Available Now!

Posted: November 16, 2020

We hosted a FREE webinar on Louisiana Remote Learning Adaptations for OpenSciEd and inquiryHub Biology on Monday, November 16th. The recording is available for NSELA Members HERE

Is your district interested in resource adaptations for remote instruction? Learn how Louisiana is supporting teachers and students in accessing high quality science curricula in remote learning settings.In this webinar, we will walk you through the design considerations for the Louisiana Distance Learning Guidance for OpenSciEd and inquiryHub Biology and the supporting resources. We will also share side-by-side comparisons of the original curriculum design and the virtual adaptations that best illustrate the implementation of the design considerations.

Speaker:  Tana Luther, Science Specialist, Louisiana Department of Education

Tana Luther is a Science Specialist for the Louisiana Department of Education where she is leading a recent project to create virtual learning adaptations for high-quality open-source middle and high school science curricula. Before joining the Department, Tana spent eleven years in the Ascension Parish School system predominantly teaching middle school science. Tana also has experience teaching middle school math and has served as an instructional coach, a district science leader, and a state Teacher Leader Advisor.

 

 

 

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

Posted: November 15, 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].

“More than 160 students, teachers nationwide hurt in science experiments gone wrong” - Rainbow demo and methanol flame jetting strike again and again! Stay safer - use a YouTube video instead! For more info, click here.

  

 

 

NSELA Welcomes New Members

NSELA welcomes the following new members who have joined in the last month:

  • Carmen Garvis, Sanger Unified School District
  • Kimberly Mulvena, Colonial School District
  • Don Wahlers, Ewing Public Schools
  • Janel McPhillips, Calvery County Public Schools

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

 

Louisiana Remote Learning Adaptations for OpenSciEd and inquiryHub Biology Webinar - November 16th at 1PM CST

Posted: Nov 11, 2020

Join us on November 16th at 1:00PM CST for a FREE webinar for members and non-members. The recording will be available for NSELA members only.

Is your district interested in resource adaptations for remote instruction? Learn how Louisiana is supporting teachers and students in accessing high quality science curricula in remote learning settings.In this webinar, we will walk you through the design considerations for the Louisiana Distance Learning Guidance for OpenSciEd and inquiryHub Biology and the supporting resources. We will also share side-by-side comparisons of the original curriculum design and the virtual adaptations that best illustrate the implementation of the design considerations.

Speaker:  Tana Luther, Science Specialist, Louisiana Department of Education

 

Tana Luther is a Science Specialist for the Louisiana Department of Education where she is leading a recent project to create virtual learning adaptations for high-quality open-source middle and high school science curricula. Before joining the Department, Tana spent eleven years in the Ascension Parish School system predominantly teaching middle school science. Tana also has experience teaching middle school math and has served as an instructional coach, a district science leader, and a state Teacher Leader Advisor.

 

Register Here
 
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