We’re so excited for the 2023 Conference for the Advancement of Science Teaching (CAST), presented by the Science Teachers Association of Texas (STAT), this November 9–11 in Houston!
CAST is one of the nation's premier science education conferences and a must-attend event for any science educator. The full conference registration, currently available at a discounted rate through September 29, includes access to 3 days of in-person workshops, 2-hour extended sessions and the keynote session, the CAST Exhibit Hall, and networking events.
Here's some of what you can expect at CAST23 as you inquire, inspire, and transform with your Texas science community—and why you should register today:
Encounter the latest ideas in science education at your choice of hundreds of innovative workshops and extended sessions, including sessions focused on teaching students with exceptionalities and career and technical education.
Dive into sessions designed to help you navigate the adoption of the Revised Science TEKS and three-dimensional science teaching by leveraging the recurring themes and concepts and science and engineering practices into your daily instruction.
Learn from and be inspired by CAST23 Keynote Speaker Nolan Bushnell, technology pioneer, entrepreneur, scientist, engineer, and founder of Atari.
Connect with your fellow science educators at networking and social events.
Explore the famous CAST Exhibit Hall, where you can experiment with the latest science education resources.
Celebrate excellence in science education and recognize the recipients of the STAT Statewide Awards.
Return to your classroom with continuing education credit, ready-to-use lesson plans and handouts, and more!
Plus—register by September 29 and save!