The Council for Elementary Science International (CESI) is an international professional organization for teachers interested in science teaching with young children from preschool through eighth grade.
CESI promotes excellence and equity in science learning. In this, CESI works to:
- Advance, improve and coordinate national and international science learning opportunities for preschool through elementary school teachers and children.
- Encourage participation of young learners in scientific endeavors.
The Elementary Extravaganza 2014 is Coming to Boston!
Will You Be a Part of It?
Join the Council for Elementary Science International Team. This is your opportunity to become a presenter at a National affair and share some of your best ideas with a large number of elementary teachers just like you. Last year in San Antonio the Elementary Extravaganza attracted more than 600 teachers as over 100 teachers shared ideas in a exciting, action-packed hour of elementary science! Please consider joining CESI along with other powerful organizations including NSTA Preschool Elementary Committee, Science and Children authors and reviewers and the Society of Elementary Presidential Awardees. You know teachers get the best ideas from other teachers. Share your best ideas.
The Extravaganza will be held on April 4, 2014, from 8:00-10:00, Ballroom East, Convention Center.
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NSTA and its sponsors recognize and reward exemplary teachers (preK-College with cash, trips, workshops, science program materials, and more. These awards offer opportunities to receive professional and personal recognition and to share your school's science education success stories. Most applications do NOT require membership in NSTA to apply or win an award. NSTA offers several elementary level awards sponsored by Delta Education, DuPont/Pioneer, PASCO, SeaWorld, Shell, Sylvia Shugrue, and Vernier.
For more details about the awards or to download an application form, consult www.nsta.org/awards.