Save the date - NSTA is holding its 2018 national conference in Atlanta, Georgia, in March 2018.
The conference will begin with concurrent sessions on Thursday, March 15, at 8:00 AM and end on Sunday, March 18, at 12 Noon.
We project …
Over 10,000 science teachers and administrators attending both from the US and abroad
2,500+ academic sessions and presentations
More than 400 commercial workshops
Over 400 exhibiting organizations
The NSTA Exhibit Hall is a must-see! NSTA brings you the leading science education companies and organizations to showcase products, services, curricula, and much more. You'll discover something new and exciting in the world of science teaching.
NSTA invites you to exhibit with us at the 2018 National Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Come together with over 10,000 science educators from across the country who are looking to meet and interact with companies and organizations just like yours. Three days packed with sessions, workshops, and exhibits make our National Conference an annual destination for leading teachers and administrators involved in science education. Leverage this incredible opportunity to put your products, programs, and services.
Exhibiting with NSTA is your first and biggest step in building relationships with the wealth of the science teaching community. NSTA Conferences on Science Education - one National, three Areas, and the STEM Forum & Expo - cover your sales territories across the country. Leverage our years of experience and the strength of our relationships with science teachers to build new contacts and business. We are here to help you maximize your ROI and achieve your Marketing and Advertising goals.
The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), founded in 1944 and headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, is the largest organization in the world committed to promoting excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all. NSTA's current membership of 55,000 includes science teachers, science supervisors, administrators, scientists, business and industry representatives, and others involved in and committed to science education.
Thursday, March 15, 2018
A 2000 Disney American Teacher of the Year awardee, Ron Clark will share his journey from teaching in a low-wealth rural area in North Carolina to the inner-city streets of Harlem in New York City. Ron will use stories from his experiences with his students and examples of award-winning projects they conducted to show how to motivate and inspire disinterested students. In 2006, he founded The Ron Clark Academy, an inner-city school serving students from across metro Atlanta. The privately funded institution is unique for its innovative teaching methods and curriculum based on worldwide travel. Each year the students, grades 5 through 8, apply their in-class lessons to international adventures. He has also authored several books, including The Essential 55: An Award-Winning Educator's Rules For Discovering the Successful Student in Every Chil