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One Earth. Our Future. The National Earth Science Teachers Association (NESTA) seeks to inspire all students to be stewards of our one Earth and to encourage personal choices and public policies informed by scientific data. NESTA, a non-profit organization, supports K-12 educators in their efforts to mentor, guide, and instruct all students. Our future depends on this.

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Share-a-Thon Invite
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Provenance: Carla McAuliffe, TERC/NESTA
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Present at a NESTA Share-a-Thon in Boston! Our NESTA Share-A-Thons at NSTA Conferences provide you with the opportunity to reach out to large audiences of K-12 science teachers. During the Share-a-Thon, teachers move around the room from table to table. You will have about 5 to 10 minutes with teachers. Your name can be included in NESTA's online program and if you need it, we can provide a letter recognizing your presentation. Complete this form to present at the NESTA Share-a-Thons at the NSTA National Conference in Boston April 2-5, 2020. If you would like to participate in more than one Share-a-Thon, you will need to complete the form again, selecting a different Share-a-Thon. Regsister for a Share-a-Thon.

TES Fall 2019
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Fall 2019 Issue of The Earth Scientist. This open access issue promotes the USGS theme of "Be an Explorer."

Go to https://serc.carleton.edu/nesta/resources/concord_es.html

Earth, Space, and Environmental Science Resources from the Concord Consortium. This collection helps you teach about plate tectonics, environmental sustainability (such as climate change, air quality, water availability), space, and natural hazards.

Zika Zine
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The fictional mosquitoes in the Zika Zine do the same sorts of things as real Aedes mosquitoes, which carry Zika virus. Read the Zine, learn how Aedes mosquitoes live, and you'll discover how to reduce the number of places where mosquitoes can survive.

Go to https://serc.carleton.edu/nesta/prof-dev/webinars/index.html
As you are preparing for winter break, we'd like to suggest you visit the archives of the NESTA webinars and those of our partners. Take some time to watch the webinars and explore the associated resources.

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