The Kentucky Science Teachers Association (KSTA) will be hosting its annual conference in-person on Nov. 3 (pre-conference sessions) and Nov. 4-5 (conference sessions and exhibits) at Eastern Kentucky University.
Elizabeth Howard, a chemistry teacher at Madison Central High School (Madison County), has been named the 2017 Kentucky Science Teachers Association (KSTA) High School Teacher of the Year.
Julie Moore, a K-5 STEM lab teacher at Wellington Elementary School (Fayette County), has been named the 2017 Outstanding Elementary Science Educator by the Kentucky Science Teachers Association (KSTA).
Nominations are open for the Kentucky Science Teachers Association (KSTA) Outstanding Teacher of the Year awards and for the Sherry Fox Distinguished Service Award. KSTA annually recognizes one elementary school teacher, one middle school teacher and one high school teacher for exemplary teaching in science. In addition, a distinguished science educator who has made important contributions in a capacity outside [...]
The Kentucky Science Teachers Association and Pearson will offer a free workshop for science teachers in all grades June 22 at Malone’s at Lansdowne Shoppes in Lexington. The workshop ties together three important dimensions to learning science within the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) – core ideas, practices and cross-cutting concepts – and offers hands-on NGSS activities. Email Alison Martinez [...]
Kim Sword Kim Sword, the STEM lab teacher at William Wells Brown Elementary School (Fayette County), has been named the 2016 Elementary School Science Teacher of the Year by the Kentucky Science Teachers Association. She was honored Nov. 11 at the KSTA annual conference in Lexington. Sword earned a bachelor’s degree from Midway College and a master’s degree [...]
A cooperative atmosphere helps Bullitt County teachers create new ways for students to explore.
The Next Generation Science Standards were a focal point at the Kentucky Science Teachers Association’s annual conference.
Teachers attending the Kentucky Science Teachers Association’s annual conference in Lexington used everything from foam balls and a giant Slinky to a syringe and bag of marshmallows to discover new ways to engage their students.
Three Fayette County Public School teachers will be honored at the Kentucky Science Teachers Association’s annual conference Nov. 6 as winners of the 2015 Science Teacher of the Year awards.