National Science Teaching AssociationThe National Science Teaching Association (NSTA), founded in 1944 (as the National Science Teachers Association) and headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, is an association of science teachers in the United States and is the largest organization of science teachers worldwide. NSTA's current membership of more than 57,000 includes science teachers, science supervisors, administrators, scientists, business and industry representatives, and others involved in and committed to science education.
The Association publishes a professional journal for each level of science teaching; a newspaper, ''NSTA Reports''; and many other educational books and professional publications. Each year NSTA conducts a national conference and a series of area conferences. These events attract over 30,000 attendees annually. The Association serves as an advocate for science educators by keeping its members and the general public informed about national issues and trends in science education. Provided by Wikipedia
The lore of living plants. Activities by Harry K. Wong. Advisory group: Harry A. Borthwick, Phyllis Gross [and] Addison E. Lee. Produced by the National Science Teachers Associatio...
by Van Overbeek, Johannes, 1908-“...National Science Teachers Association....”
School facilities for science instruction. John S. Richardson, editor, and the following members of a committee of the National Science Teachers Association: Philip G. Johnson, cha...
Published 1954“...National Science Teachers Association....”
3 reports of summer conferences for science teachers: teacher demonstrations in chemistry, the science teacher as a career counselor [and] teaching for critical thinking in chemist...
Published 1958“...National Science Teachers Association....”
Science formative assessment : 75 practical strategies for linking assessment, instruction, and learning / Page Keeley.
by Keeley, Page.“...National Science Teachers Association....”