In partnership with the TN Coalition for health science and biostem education

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Save the date! April 9th, 2022

We are planning an in-person Spring conference in Middle Tennessee on April 9th. We are excited to have Neil Lamb from Hudson Alpha presenting along with a look at new ways to use algae beads and some new models from miniONE. You can register HERE!

Find more information, a letter from our President-elect, and a celebration of female black biologists, view our most recent newsletter on the newsletter tab.

Mission Statement

The Tennessee Association of Biology Teachers was formed on November 4, 2016, to support the professional development of

biology teachers in Tennessee.

The purposes of TNABT are exclusively educational, scientific, literary, charitable, and no other, and in furtherance of only these

purposes the particular business and objectives of TNABT shall be at the state, regional, and local levels:

  • To encourage scientific thinking and the utilization of the methods of science through the teaching of biology

  • To encourage, support, and stimulate activities that will keep teachers current in the knowledge of biological sciences

  • To establish a community for developing and sharing ideas to enhance teaching

  • To provide a professional voice regarding issues that affect biological education

  • To make available information concerning the selection, organization, and the presentation of resources

  • To promote connections of biology to other educational and life experiences