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Scientific literacy is an important aspect of our democracy. Science teachers have an important role – to prepare students for the responsibilities of active citizenship. On March 3, 2018, dozens of educators in the United States and from around the world took part in this live, 4-hour virtual conference to learn strategies on how to teach, sometimes controversial topics like climate science, vaccinations, and evolution. The presentations were provided by NSTA’s Executive Director, Dr. David Evans, and other invited presenters.

Sessions

Opening General Session: Teaching Just Science in the Science Classroom

Teaching and Learning of Nature of Science through the Use of Controversial Issues in Science

Science Denial: Why Is It Increasing? What Can We Do About It?

Closing Presentation and Final Survey: A Teacher's Experience with Controversial Topics in the Classroom

NSTA conferences offer the latest in science content, teaching strategy, and research to enhance and expand your professional growth. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to collaborate with science education leaders and your peers.

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