Our 2019 Theme "Transforming Innovations into Reality in Science"
Transformation in science education is revolutionary because it represents new ways of thinking about teaching and learning. Any effective transformation of science teaching rests with the teacher and the interactions with the students. Transforming Innovations into Reality in Science (TIRS) is where the rubber hits the road - in our science classrooms. TIRS involves organizing instruction around compelling phenomena. Just as curiosity sparks innovation, teachers use student’s curiosity to engage them in three-dimensional learning.
124th ANNUAL CONFERENCE
WE WANT YOU!! One of the hallmarks of the STANYS annual conference is excellent professional development that excites educators in all settings.
We welcome you as you consider submitting a proposal for our conference.
Submissions are accepted
Presenters will be notified that their workshop has been accepted in early July.
SUBMITTING A WINNING PROPOSAL
" Writing a Winning STANYS Conference Proposal" is a resource to help optimize your proposal. We STRONGLY suggest you view this document.
See Safety Guidelines listed below.
Worksheet & Proposal links
Link to Proposal Worksheet
View change to "Double Session" option, see worksheet.
The worksheet is NOT to be used to submit an application.
Once you have read the information on this page
Submit Proposal Form
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All presenters MUST register for the conference or purchase booth space.
STANYS has been approved by NYSSED as a CTLE provider. It is STANYS’ goal to have workshops that meet NYSED CTLE requirements. Since most of our attendees are looking to receive CTLE credit and make their workshop choices based on this designation, it is strongly recommended that you read the CTLE guidelines as you develop and write your workshop proposal.
Although it is unlikely that in a 50 minute workshop you could cover ALL the CTLE criteria listed above, it will help if your workshop description makes reference to, or uses their language. You should refer to the criteria during the workshop, or provide resources via handouts, or the google docs folder which will be made available to conference attendees.
Please read the safety guidelines:
1. Presenters, exhibitors, and keynote speakers should seek permission from STANYS for open flames or other potentially dangerous or hazardous demonstrations.
2. All local safety laws should be enforced by STANYS at their Annual Conference and at Section meetings, conferences, and workshops.
3. The STANYS Safety Committee incorporates safety provisions in the materials given to presenters and exhibitors.