Get Involved

There are many ways to get involved in NSELA! Share your talents by participating in various ways.


We connect and support emerging and experienced leaders by providing

  • high-quality professional development,
  • a collegial network,
  • access to research and resources, and
  • a voice for leaders in science education

Join NSELA today!

NSELA Awards


No events

NSELA/NSTA Webinar: Every Child Succeeds Act

The United States Capitol building sits atop Capitol Hill 10109vView the archive of this webinar from May 16, 2016.  Topics include implications of ESSA for schools and school officials, funding, and grants.

NSELA Tweets

NSELA K-12 Formal/Informal STEM educators, please participate in research study RE advocacy & leadership. Details here:
NSELA Great meeting today @aaas regarding the importance of social media/messaging in STEM/science! @STEMecosystems…
NSELA RT @TampaBaySTEM: Great @NSTA #STEM conference with @CTSKeeley @caroyce @nselascience 🔬🚀⚙️📐
Follow NSELA on Twitter

I became a member of NSELA to be part of a group that was focused on science education. I stayed as member because I found a group of science educators whose focus was on advancing science education.

Cindy Hopkin, Middle School Science Teacher, Corpus Christi, Texas

Science Educator Journal

252 CoverThe Science Educator  is a refereed journal dealing with topics and issues of interest to professionals involved in science education leadership across a variety of roles, institutions and agencies.

Navigator Newsletter

... is a quarterly email newsletter sent to NSELA members.  Included are upcoming events, regional updates, news relevant to science education and more.

Position Statements

NSELA has recently updated a series of position statements related to classroom and laboratory safety.  Read the latest statement "Safety and Duty of Care". 


BestSTEMBookLogoNSELA has published several books in cooperation with the National Science Teachers Association.

Also check out the 2017 Best STEM Books and The STEM Coaching Handbook by NSELA member Terry Tally.

Do you have a book you would recommend to science education leaders?  Send it to the web master to be featured here!