National Science Education Leadership Association | Wikipedia audio article


The National Science Education Leadership
Association (NSELA), founded in 1959 and headquartered in suburban Denver, Colorado, is a U.S.-based
international science-education professional society composed of science department heads,
supervisors, coordinators, university science and science education faculty, administrators,
science resource teachers, teacher advocates, elementary science lead teachers and others. The association holds two conferences annually
and publishes The Science Educator, a refereed journal of articles on current science education
theory, research, and teaching and learning applications. NSELA is an affiliate of the National Science
Teachers Association (NSTA) and the American Association for the Advancement of Science
(AAAS).==History==
NSELA was incorporated in 1959 as the National Science Supervisors Association and had its
first official conference in 1960 in Chicago, Illinois

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