Science Teachers: We’ll See You at NSTA

This year’s NSTA conference will take place from March 12-15 in Chicago. Education staff from the Library of Congress will be in booth 533 in the exhibit hall from March 12-14. We hope you will visit us and learn more about how Library of Congress resources can support learning about science.

Whether or not you can join us in Chicago, we encourage you to check out this selection of our favorite ideas and resources for science teachers from the Library of Congress.

For a deeper dive, explore lists of online and print resources for students and teachers, compiled by the Library’s science and technology specialists.

Share your favorite teaching resources and ideas from the Library of Congress in the comments. If you’re going to NSTA, please stop by booth 533 for some great resources!

One Comment

  1. Michael J Brna
    March 11, 2015 at 11:28 am

    What an excellent compilation of science related resources! Surely, any science teacher who desires to can find plenty of Library of Congress educational resources to build engaging lessons from these targeted resources. Thanks!

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