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

Developing a Competitive Application for the Shell Science Lab Challenge, December 15, 2016

Join us on Thursday, December 15, in this web seminar to learn how you can win a $20,000 lab makeover for your school. The program will feature presenter Ruth Ruud, a past- and present chair of a num... View Additional Details

How Much Sleep Do Teens Really Need? Engage Students Grades 6-8 in a FREE STEM Competition About the Link Between Light and Sleep to Find Out!, January 4, 2017

Join us for a web seminar on Wednesday, January 4, 2017, from 6:30-8:00 pm ET, to learn how to engage your students in a free STEM competition about the link between light and sleep. Discover ho... View Additional Details

NSTA Virtual Conference: Exploring Three-Dimensional Instruction, February 11, 2017

The "three dimensions," as envisioned in A Framework for K-12 Science Education and the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), are transform science education at every level. Join NSTA for a virtu... View Additional Details

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The Total Solar Eclipse of 2017 - Are You and Your Students Ready for the Sky Event of the Decade?

On October 15, 2016, dozens of educators nationwide took part in this 4-hour virtual conference. The presenters, Andrew Fraknoi, Dennis Schatz, and Dr. Claire Raftery shared: About eclipses, in general, and about the 2017 eclipse, in particular - where, when, and how to view it safely, The latest regarding solar science, Ideas for a series of NGSS-aligned activities, How teachers and informal educators can become a locus of eclipse education and outreach in their communities