The New Jersey Science Convention

If science is your life, if you teach the subject or to create new scientific products, it is an annual convention that you do not want to miss. The agreement brings together the science in a huge variety of jobs or scientific studies and introduces them to new products, publications, practices and workshops.In Somerset, NJ, a huge group of science enthusiasts gather each year professionals to attend classes, learn about the latest technological advances, or just chat with friends in the business. The convention is co-sponsored by the Association of Science Teachers of New Jersey and the New Jersey Science Education Leadership Association. He has, over the years grown to be quite an event, with more than 2,500 educators, 140 exhibits and 300 workshops and exhibitions seminars.Displays or equipment of the new science, technology advances, latest in scientific publications, and more. At the turn of this century, the NJ Department of Education mandated that teachers and educational personnel to complete 100 hours of training every five years. Almost all convention programs and activities will be considered for the 100 hours. You can put on a play and it should not be that complicated. There may be suggestions for new ways to teach students a new twist on an old subject, a display of a project in science class at school, or proof of certain reservations of a new science . Lodging options include the dual-tree Hotel Somerset, which is connected to the Convention Center via a walk, or the Holiday Inn is on the street. Book your room early, but given that these hotels fill up quickly during the event. It is necessary to pre-register for the event and you can do this by going online or print forms and post them. Volunteers are also needed to help set up banquets, organize activities, filling out forms, take tickets, provide flowers and so on. If you want to volunteer call 609-921-3544 or email: If you would like more information about the registration of exhibition space, by fax at 973-398-8707 or email:
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