In the wake of this new era of education, distance learning and the challenges it brings to teaching requires that educators take a hard look at developing pedagogy that will provide all students online learning opportunities that are accessible and equitable.
Join us virtually and hear from top Science Educators in North Carolina sharing the ways and means to remote learning in a virtual classroom and addressing diversity and equity during distance learning.
As we are in the midst of a global pandemic that threatens the health and safety of students, staff and their families. As learning happens best with face to face collaboration in schools.
NCSLA encourages teachers and administrators to be leaders in their communities by becoming vaccinated, and enforcing masking (regardless of vaccination status) and social distancing in school buildings as described in the NCDHHS StrongSchoolsNC Public Health Toolkit (K-12).
Adopted by the NCSLA Board on September 20, 2021
NCSLA is looking for new leaders to serve on the leadership team. Offices up for election include President-Elect and Directors-at-Large. The deadline for nominations is December 15. Submit your nomination today!
Nominations are being sought for the Jackson Distinguished Service Award. The award recognizes outstanding leadership and service to science education at the district, regional, state levels and beyond. Submit a nomination by March 29.