Massachusetts Association 
of Science Teachers

Our Mission: To enhance science teaching and empower teachers of science

MAST wants to see you at the 

2020 NSTA National Conference on Science Education
Boston, April 2-5 2020. 

Science educators, specialists, researchers, students and industry professionals will gather from across the United States and the world for an opportunity to access:

● over 1,200 workshops, demonstrations, and presentations covering every discipline, grade level, and teaching focus from grades preK–16.

● nationally renowned speakers address the hottest topics in science education.

● latest scientific research breakthroughs from experts in the field.


To assist all Massachusetts Science Educators in seeking funding from their administrators, MAST has created two financial support letters that educators may use in their request for funding. 
Our Financial Support Letter, provides extensive detail of the conference strands and data on why attending professional development conferences are so important.

The One Pager Support Letter is concise and highlights the conference strands and touches on the importance of professional development. 



You can learn about the Next Generation Science, Technology, and Engineering MCAS from this slide presentation from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

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Massachusetts Science and Technology/Engineering Standards 

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 Dr. Betsey Clifford at sciencematters@massscienceteach.org

MAST Board of Directors

Look at the About Us tab to learn more about vacancies on the MAST Board of directors. Contact the MAST President at President@MassScienceTeach.org  if you are interested in getting more involved. 

If you are interested in helping with the 2018 MAST Conference, contact the Conference Chairs at vicepresident@MassScienceTeach.org or presidentelect@MassScienceTeach.org  


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