Massachusetts Association 
of Science Teachers

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Thursday, November 03, 2016 (EDT) • Holiday Inn Boxborough
Thursday, November 03, 2016 (EDT) • Holiday Inn - Boxborough, MA
Thursday, November 03, 2016 (EDT) • Holiday Inn - Boxborough, MA


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Please select the appropriate membership level below and click "Next" to join an incredible network of science educators in Massachusetts. Contact Dr. Betsey Clifford, Membership Chair with any questions at betsey.clifford@gmail.com

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Massachusetts Science and Technology/Engineering Standards 
Rollout Event

MAST & MassTEC offered members a co-sponsored Professional Development event to help teachers better understand the new 2016 Science Technology / Engineering (STE) Standards. Below are some resources from these events. 

Standards Event Powerpoints:

2016 STE Standards- Welcome.pdf

2016 STE Standards- Intro Track (Session 1).pdf

2016 STE Standards- Advanced Track (Session 1).pdf

2016 STE Standards- Intro Track (Session 2).pdf

2016 STE Standards- Advanced Track (Session 2).pdf

2016 STE Standards- Concluding Remarks.pdf

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The Board of Elementary and Secondary Education voted on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 to adopt the revised Science and Technology/Engineering (STE) standards. Supporting documents and the standards are available at: http://www.doe.mass.edu/stem/review.html


 


Science Matters in Massachusetts

Science Matters is a public awareness campaign by the National Science Teachers Association. The Massachusetts Association of Science Teachers (MAST) will work to share science opportunities throughout Massachusetts. This is a newsletter sent out by email on the 1st and 15th of each month. If you have an opportunity to share please email it to Betsey Clifford, MAST webmaster at betsey.clifford@gmail.com. Archived issues can be found in the Members Only tab. Not a member? Join by clicking on the Join Us tab. 


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