MSELA

Michigan Science Education Leadership Association

The Michigan Science Education Leadership Association Position on House Bill 4192

Along side MSTA, The Michigan Science Education Leadership Association firmly opposes Michigan House Bill 4192.

Michigan citizens drafted, publicly discussed, and created the current Michigan Science Standards. House Bill 4192 proposes to replace these standards with decade old Massachusetts’s standards. As Michigan science leaders, we believe this a detriment to students throughout the state.Read more about here:  our position statement for Michigan HB 4192


Click here to read more. 

MSELA Leadership Strand Sessions @ MSTA 

Friday, March 24, 2017 

General Buisiness Meeting -  8:00am - 9:45am


Register at http://www.msta-mich.org/. 


"Supporting Teachers and the Three-Dimensional Classroom through NGSS Storylines"

  

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Suburban Collection Showcase, Novi, MI 

5:00pm - 8:00pm

  


Brian Reiser, Professor
Northwestern University

Sponsored by Activate Learning


 Event Registration - Members $50 / Non-Members $65
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View the event flyer for more details.


 http://www.freewebs.com/mselanow/Event Fliers/MSELA FLYER 2017.pdf

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Collaborating in Science Leadership

Our Purpose... 

  • To stimulate and to aid in the development of efficient and effective instructional practices for the improvement of science education. 
  • To enhance the professional competence and status of science education leaders.
  • To provide opportunities for science education leaders to discuss, propose and take action on matters of common interest and concern. 
  • To facilitate communication between science education leaders within Michigan.   
Benefits of Membership...
  • You will promote the advancement and development of science education in Michigan.  
  • You will network with other science education professionals.
  • You will stay informed on current issues and trends in education.
  • You will become involved with influencing state and national education policies.
  • You will increase your awareness of professional development, grant and scholarship opportunities. 
  • You will improve your science leadership skills. 

 

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