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Luncheon Speaker
Dr. Rose Pringle

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The 2014 annual meeting was held Saturday, September 27, 2014  at the
Coastal Georgia Center in Savannah, Georgia

Conference Theme: 21st Century Science Education in the South: Spotlight on the people and places where we teach

What does it mean to teach science in the South? As an organization dedicated to quality science teacher education in the Southern United States, SASTE is in the unique position of providing direction to both science teachers and science teacher educators on how best to meet the needs of a truly, uniquely regional population.

This year’s annual SASTE Meeting was held at the Coastal Georgia Center in historic Savannah, GA. The focus was on the multifaceted and complex nature of teaching science in the South- questions of what it means to teach and learn science in the South, including considerations of place, culture, language, politics, policy, or faith—and how all of these factors influence classroom practice.

Katie Brkich, SASTE 2014 President and Conference Chair


Meeting Date:
Saturday,
September 27, 2014

Coastal Georgia Center


Georgia Southern University

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Hosted by Georgia Southern University College of Education
Statesboro, Georgia


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