Web Seminars

NSTA Web Seminars are free, live professional learning experiences that use online learning technologies to allow participants to interact with nationally acclaimed experts, NSTA Press authors, and scientists, engineers, and education specialists from NSTA partner organizations.

All web seminars are recorded for watching on-demand.

How to Register

Register to attend an upcoming program by clicking the button next to each event you wish to attend. You will receive an e-mail with general information about Web Seminars and a list of the programs that you are registered to attend. If you register for a commercially sponsored web seminar your information may be shared with the sponsor.

For additional questions, please send a message to: webseminars@nsta.org

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Upcoming Web Seminars

Leaders for Science Education: Preparing an Application for the NSTA Board and Council, September 13, 2017

NSTA relies on its membership of dedicated science educators to serve in leadership positions and help advance the association’s mission "to promote excellence and innovation in science teaching and ... View Additional Details


Revitalizing Elementary Science through 3-D InterAgtion, September 20, 2017

Join us on Wednesday, September 20, 2017, from 6:30-8:00 pm ET, to revitalize your science curriculum and engage your students experientially with the three dimensions of science learning (science an... View Additional Details


"Chemistry Rocks!" - Resources for National Chemistry Week, the Classroom, and Beyond, September 21, 2017

Join us on Thursday, September 21, 2017, from 6:30-8:00 pm ET, to learn about the chemistry of geology! Rocks and minerals are scattered throughout your everyday life—from granite countertops to abr... View Additional Details


The Science of Modern Agriculture: GMOs - a Discussion in the Media, the Classroom, and at the Dinner Table, October 4, 2017

Join us on Wednesday, October 4, 2017, at 6:30 pm ET and learn more about the science of modern agriculture! Genetic modification goes by many names: Genetic Engineering, GMOs, Biotechnology, and Rec... View Additional Details


Developing a Competitive Application for the Shell Science Teaching Award, October 12, 2017

Join us on Thursday, October 12, in this web seminar to learn how you can win $10,000 for your outstanding work as a science educator. The program will feature presenter Gary Koppelman, chairperson o... View Additional Details


Developing a Competitive Teacher Award Application, October 18, 2017

Join us on Wednesday, October 18, in this web seminar to learn how you can win up to $10,000 for your outstanding work as a science educator. The program will feature presenter Ruth Ruud, the present... View Additional Details


The Science of Modern Agriculture: Pest Management: Insects - Friends or Foes, October 19, 2017

Join us on Thursday, October 19, 2017, at 6:30 pm ET and learn more about the science of modern agriculture! Insects are one of the most diverse groups of animals constituting more than 90% of biomas... View Additional Details


NSTA Virtual Conference: Assessing Three-Dimensional Learning, October 21, 2017

This four-hour experience opens with a general session by Heidi Schweingruber about the new report from the National Academy of Science, Engineering, and Medicine’s Board on Science Education regardi... View Additional Details


Developing a Competitive Application for the Shell Science Lab Challenge, October 25, 2017

Join us on Wednesday, October 18, in this web seminar to learn how you can win up to $10,000 for your outstanding work as a science educator. The program will feature presenter Ruth Ruud, the present... View Additional Details


A Sustainable Journey to 2050 a 3-D InterAgtion, October 26, 2017

Who will be responsible for managing the resources to sustainably feed 9 billion people by 2050? If this question isn’t enough to engage your secondary students (who will be part of the solution) con... View Additional Details


Contextualizing STEM in the Science of Food, November 16, 2017

How much science can you find in a shopping cart? Join us on Thursday, November 16, 2017, from 6:30-8:00 pm ET, and engage your students with STEM though the science of food, including how it’s grown... View Additional Details