- STAAR Resources
CAST 2012 is right around the corner. We need your support to make CAST an amazing experience for all Texas science teachers, so help us get our geek on in Corpus Christi by volunteering. Participants will receive a t-shirt and the satisfaction of helping put on the largest state science teaching convention in the country.
Click here to sign up to volunteer at CAST 2012.
This is the last week to nominate a STAT member for the STAT Executive Committee.
If you or another current STAT member is interested in becoming a leader in a vibrant and growing community of science educators and administrators, a nomination must be made by September 15, 2012.
Sneak Peek at CAST 2012: Get Your Geek On!
The August issue of The STATellite has all the latest news and information about CAST 2012 in Corpus Christi. Also, be sure to check out all the fun and helpful information, such as:
- 2012 STAT Award Winners
- A Framework for K-12 Science Education has Arrived
- Free video resources from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
- ...and more!
Become a leader in a vibrant and growing community of science educators and administrators from across Texas: nominate yourself or another current STAT member for the STAT Executive Committee.
Join our mission of facilitating quality science education and disseminating best teaching practices at this pivotal time in STAT's history.
All nomination materials must be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 15, 2012.
Complete nomination requirements may be viewed on the Nominations page.
We've been hard at work revamping the CAST site. Check it out, and stay tuned for CAST updates on Facebook, Twitter, and STATweb!
CAST Registration re-opens on August 15th. Start planning to attend - you won't want to miss it. We'll see you there!
The STATellite is the newsletter of our organization and serves to keep you informed about best practices in science.
We are looking for articles to be published in the next STATellite and we need your help. It would be great for the science teachers of Texas to have you publish in the upcoming STATellite.
Knowledge never takes the summer off. Share yours with STAT in August's STATellite. Email your articles, teaching tips, favorite iPad apps or let us know about your summer science experiences in our most-read issue of the year! Email us at email@example.com by August 1st.
I hope that you will be able to submit an article or teaching tip.
President-Elect, Science Teachers Association of Texas