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Meeting History
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2013 Executive Board
2012 Meeting Minutes
SASTE Bylaws Draft

Call and Proposal Submission

Position Papers Closed

Shrum Award Nomination Closed

Deborah Tippins Mentor Award Nomination Closed

Rod Nave Award Nomination Closed

Conference Program TBD

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ASTE 2014 Conference
San Antonio, TX

GA Southern University
College of Education

FRIDAY SOCIAL at the Center for Wildlife Education and Raptor Center (link)

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SASTE 2013 October 11-12, 2013 Statesboro, Georgia

Success in Science Education:
Where are we and where are we headed?

What we are trying to capture within this title is the state-of-the-art in science education in terms of accountability. What is implied in the theme is to ask who owns science education: us as science educators or the current framework that defines education?

If we were to increase by 100% the number of people in STEM, increase by 100% participation of currently underrepresented population members in STEM fields, increase by 100% the number of students who score in the 90th percentile of science standardized tests, and eliminate the masculinity of science completely, would we then be considered successful in science education?

We think the answers, if any, lie in the idea that being a science educator and determining success may be no longer in our hands. Before we lose the ability to effect the future of science education, we believe we must agree that what we are doing is not working and complexify the status quo in science education.

A lot of appreciation to to Our Trustees and Followers:

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All is not lost, but drastic changes may be necessary if we want to have a part in how “success” in science education is defined. In creating our theme, we are left with more questions that answers. We encourage you to join the conversation by submitting presentations and position papers on how you think success is or should be defined in science education.

Alejandro Gallard, SASTE 2013 President and Katie Brkich, 2013 Conference Chair

Annual Meeting October 12, 2013
9:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.

Georgia Southern University

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SASTE 2013 is hosted by

Georgia Southern University
College of Education

Statesboro, Georgia


Join us at the Center forWildlife Education andRaptor Center.
Enjoy drinks and light fare from 6-8 P.M. We invite all to attend. *Please RSVP when you register online.*

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