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2016 WSST Conference 

It was a fine conference!

 April 21-23 




Shaking it with the Rattlers 

  When: Sunday, July 24th

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Front and Center Grant 2016 

Grant procedure is as follows: All applicants will be expected to submit a grant application at the conference at the WSST booth. 

Bring your own device to the WSST booth and get help applying. The application must be 500 words or less and is due Friday at noon. Ideas should show innovation in the classroom with an eye on inquiry. Two grants will be announced at the banquet.

Link to application 

More Opportunities 

Grant Applications are open on the WSST webpage!

The grant cycle for the WSST Foundation runs from January 1 – December 31.  Applications will be accepted for grants to be awarded at the 2017 conference until December 31, 2016.  Please consider applying for Foundation grants.  The web page describes the grants available and the application process.

Link to 2016 Grants 


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Upcoming Conferences

October 27-29, 2016--NSTA Regional (Minneapolis, MN)

March 16-18, 2017--WSST Oconomowoc

November 9-11, 2017--NSTA Regional (Milwaukee, WI) 


WSST Social

WSST­ Rattlers Game  Sunday July 24th




Wisconsin Science Leadership Association

August 3 and 4, New Holstein HS, summer professional development for WSELA members

October 11, 2016, Fall meeting, UW-Milwaukee


Check out this Content Analysis comparison between NGSS and the Model Academic Standards for Science.

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Introducing the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction's Science Consultant

Kevin Anderson started as the Science Consultant for the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction in December 2014. He sat down with UW Oshkosh's Christina Thor for this WSST Spotlight. 


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