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Archive: Developing a Competitive Application for the Shell Science Lab Challenge, November 21, 2019

Web Seminar Archive Digital resources are stored online in your NSTA Library.

Learn how you can win a $20,000 lab makeover for your school. The presenter will discuss the application process for 2019-20, share insight into completing your application, and provide tips for strengthening your submission for a chance to win one of 18 lab makeover and professional development support packages.

The Shell Science Lab Challenge recognizes middle and high school science teachers (grades 6-12) in the United States and Canada who illustrate replicable approaches to science lab instruction utilizing limited school and laboratory resources. Teachers and schools submitting top entries will receive additional laboratory tools, resources, and rich professional development opportunities.

Presenter: Ruth Ruud

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Below are comments from individuals who attended the seminar:

  • "I really enjoyed it and I will let the science teachers that I work with know about it."
  • "I really appreciate the way Ruth stressed which parts of the application process were important and how to go about getting the information we need to complete the application."
  • "I found the whole presentation interesting. I really enjoyed the poll questions and seeing the results for each."
  • "I learned that it really isn't too difficult to apply. I will speak with the high school teacher tomorrow and give her a gentle push to apply."

A certificate of attendance was deposited into participants' My Profile page in the NSTA Learning Center for completing the evaluation form at the end of the program.

For more information contact: webseminars@nsta.org

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