Oct
20
7:00 AM07:00

MSELA Annual Science Leadership Conference

Massachusetts Science Education Leadership Association

2017 Annual Conference

Leadership for Science Education: Creating Vision and Purpose

Where: Courtyard Marriott - Marlborough

Featuring Keynote Speaker - Erin Hashimoto-Martell, Ph.D., Director of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Center for Instructional Support  - Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

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Space is limited!

Registration Fee

Early bird (before 9/25) – $95

Regular (9/26-10/13) – $110

At the door - $120

Information Sessions

For:  PreK-12 Education Leaders

About: Assessment, Authentic Science Learning, and Science & Engineering Practices

Presenters

Heidi Schweingruber Director, Board on Science Education, National Academy of Sciences

Peter McLaren Director, Next Gen Education

Katie Bowler Director of Test Development, MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE)

Anne DeMallie CS and STEM Integration Specialist, DESE

Marianne Dunne Science Education Specialist, DESE

Nicole Scola Science Education Specialist, DESE

Sally Crissman Science Educator, TERC

Sue Doubler Program Director, TERC

Tejaswini Dalvi Assistant Professor of Science Education, UMass-Boston

Marian Pasquale Senior Research Scientist, EDC

Kevin Waterman Project Director, EDC

Stephen Lott Grade 3 Teacher, Fort River Elementary School, Amherst

Isadel Eddy Science Test Developer, DESE

Steve Long Science Test Developer, DESE

Jenny Craddock PreK-8 Curriculum Coordinator, Science and Technology/Engineering, Newton Public Schools

Samantha Genier Middle School Teacher Leader, Newton Public Schools

Laura Rossier Middle School Teacher Leader, Newton Public Schools
Janet MacNeil PreK-8 Science Coordinator, Public Schools of Brookline, NGSS@NSTA Curator, Achieve Peer Review Panel for Science
Pam Pelletier Director, K-12 Science & Technology/Engineering,  Boston Public Schools

Jake Foster Director, STEM Curriculum and Instruction, WGBH

Carolyn Staudt Principal Investigator, Concord Consortium

Exhibitor Information and Sessions by

Carolina Biological

Cengage/National Geographic

Discovery Education

Inq-ITS

Lab-Aids

Massachusetts Envirothon

NSTA

Vernier

and more....

 

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Registration includes

MSELA Annual Membership Dues

Entrance to All Sessions and Exhibit Hall

Continental Breakfast

Keynote and Awards Luncheon

 

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Apr
22
1:00 PM13:00

March for Science - Boston

MSELA will be a presence at the April 22nd Boston March for Science to be held on the Boston Common.  We will rendezvous at the Tadpole Playground near the Frog Pond at 1:00 PM, then move closer to the center of the action.  (Look for the MSELA banner.)  

The event organizers will be holding children's events beginning at 1:00 PM; the official program starts at 2:00 PM and ends at 4:00 PM.

This event should re-energize us and strengthen our commitment to science education and rational, evidence-based decisions.

If you plan on attending the March for Science and would like to join the MSELA members, please register at the following link so we can plan accordingly.  https://goo.gl/forms/WcQPBmuMbdvObzbl1

For more information about the event, go to: https://www.marchforscienceboston.com

Here is a message from Dr. David L. Evans, Executive Director of the National Science Teachers Association.  (NSTA)

http://nstacommunities.org/blog/2017/03/26/stand-for-students-stand-for-science/?utm_source=realmagnet&utm_medium=email&utm_term=NSTA%20Joins%20the%20April%2022%20March%20for%20Science%20%7C%20%23NSTA17%20Los%20Angeles%20Starts%20This%20Week&utm_campaign=NSTA%20Express%202017-03-27%20Members

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Mar
20
to Apr 4

Regional Networking Meetings

The Massachusetts Science Education Leadership Association (MSELA) is organizing Regional Networking Meetings for Science Education Leaders across the state. Join your colleagues for an opportunity to talk about common interests and concerns:

·         discuss progress and challenges implementing the new standards

·         share successful strategies and resources

·         exchange ideas and information about current education policy issues (ESSA, MCAS)

·         learn about upcoming activities for science educators

 

Your voice is important as we work together to support each other and advocate for science education in Massachusetts.

Meetings will be held in the following locations:

Monday, March 20, 3:00-5:00 PM            Museum of Science, Boston

Monday, March 20, 4:30-6:00 PM         West Springfield High School, West Springfield

Wednesday, March 22, 4:30-6:00 PM     Tabor Academy, 66 Spring Street, Marion, MA  

Tuesday, March 28,  4:30- 5:45 PM      Orleans Elementary School, 46 Eldredge Parkway, Orleans, MA

Tuesday, April 4, 4:00 - 5:30 PM     Attleboro High School, 100 Rathbun Willard Drive, Attleboro, MA 02703

Please register for a Regional Meeting at:https://goo.gl/forms/T4Y4zZBNN2XI8vZb2

You will receive additional information after registering.

These meetings are open to members of MSELA, invited colleagues, and others who are interested in improving and supporting PK-16 science education in Massachusetts.

 

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