We invite you to join us for the NSTA Kansas City Area Conference!
The love of learning and the thrill of showcasing science has guided us in planning this premier event for you!
The NSTA Exhibit Hall is a must-see! NSTA brings you the leading science education companies and organizations to showcase products, services, curricula, and much more. You'll discover something new and exciting in the world of science teaching.
Come and shine bright with NSTA at our third and final 2015 Fall Area Conference in Kansas City, Missouri. Like the Power and Light District in downtown Kansas City, our exhibit hall is the place to come and shine a light on your organization’s latest and greatest products and services. Surveys show that over 50% of our attendees spend three or more hours walking our exhibit hall floor. That’s hours upon hours for you to interact and engage these educators. Each one after all is either a returning customer or a potential new one.
You don’t want your competitors to scoop up your potential customers do you? Be one step ahead of them by signing up for an exhibitor workshop. These 60-minute workshops provide the opportunity to showcase your product or service uninterrupted. Each year we continue to see attendee participation grow, and vendors that actively market and participate in these workshops, are a step above their competitors because each workshop is also a great place to get valuable business leads.
Headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, the National Science Teachers Association is a member-driven organization, 60,000-strong. We offer cutting-edge Professional Development opportunities, and we publish books, journals, and additional content on effective teaching strategy and best practices.
Each year, we hold five major events offering comprehensive professional development and networking opportunities for science teachers and administrators: a National Conference on Science Education in the spring, three Area Conferences in the fall, and a STEM Forum & Expo in May.
We inform Congress and the public on vital questions affecting science literacy and a well-educated workforce. And with your support, we can do even more to further our mission "to promote excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all."