Are you using technology to teach Science? Are you incorporating the 3 Dimensions of Science in your teaching? Are you starting to use the NYSSLS or NGSS to guide your instruction? Do you have a great project/lesson that helps to make your students excited about learning SCIENCE? We Want You! The Science Council of New York City is looking for individuals to present at our Annual Conference on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at Stuyvesant High School in Manhattan.  The conference starts at 8:00 am and ends at 4:00 pm. Go to  https://goo.gl/forms/0HLDrOFntvvz1VUL2 to apply to be a presenter. Want to attend without presenting?  That’s okay too!  Registration will open in early January, so keep your eyes open for the e-mail and check our website www.sconyc.org for updates.  If you have any questions, contact Presenter Chair Mary at secretary@sconyc.org or Conference Chair Jack DePalma at conferencechair@sconyc.org
© 2018 Science Council of New York City
Member Organizations: New York City Section of the Science Teachers Association of New York State (STANYS) Chemistry Teachers' Club of New York (CTCNY) Educators for Gateway Elementary School Science Association (ESSA) New York Biology Teachers Association (NYBTA) New York State Marine Education Association (NYSMEA) Physics Club Science Supervisors Association New York Microscopical Society (NYMS) Associate Member Organizations: New York State Science Olympiad (NYSSO) the UFT Science Committee UFT Outdoor - Environmental Education Committee Environmental Education Advisory Council
What’s New: SCIENCE EDUCATORS: WE NEED YOUR HELP!   The New York State Science Consortium which SCONYC is part of has drafted two documents to present to the NYSED and the NYS Board of Regents. One deals with a FUNDING PROPOSAL for Professional Development and the NYSSLS. The second deals with an ASSESSMENT WHITEPAPER describing changes suggested for new assessments for the NYSSLS. Please visit our News Page for copies of the Proposal and Whitepaper and information on how to encourage the NYSED and NYSBoR to adopt these ideas.  

For meaningful changes to be made we need

the support of all of our members!  Please

take the time to get involved!

Presentation from 2018 SCoNYC Conference
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2019 SCoNYC Conference Date announced: Saturday April 6, 2019 all day at Stuyvesant HS in NYC See our Conferences Page for details!
Open call for presenters:
© 2018 Science Council of New York City
Member Organizations: New York City Section of the Science Teachers Association of New York State (STANYS) Chemistry Teachers' Club of New York (CTCNY) Educators for Gateway Elementary School Science Association (ESSA) New York Biology Teachers Association (NYBTA) New York State Marine Education Association (NYSMEA) Physics Club Science Supervisors Association New York Microscopical Society (NYMS) Associate Member Organizations: New York State Science Olympiad (NYSSO) the UFT Science Committee UFT Outdoor - Environmental Education Committee Environmental Education Advisory Council
What’s New: SCIENCE EDUCATORS: WE NEED YOUR HELP!   The New York State Science Consortium which SCONYC is part of has drafted two documents to present to the NYSED and the NYS Board of Regents. One deals with a FUNDING PROPOSAL for Professional Development and the NYSSLS. The second deals with an ASSESSMENT WHITEPAPER describing changes suggested for new assessments for the NYSSLS. Please visit our News Page for copies of the Proposal and Whitepaper and information on how to encourage the NYSED and NYSBoR to adopt these ideas.  

For meaningful changes to be

made we need the support of

all of our members!  Please

take the time to get involved!

2019 SCoNYC Conference Date announced: Saturday April 6, 2019 all day at Stuyvesant HS in NYC See our Conferences Page for details!
Are you using technology to teach Science? Are you incorporating the 3 Dimensions of Science in your teaching? Are you starting to use the NYSSLS or NGSS to guide your instruction? Do you have a great project/lesson that helps to make your students excited about learning SCIENCE? We Want You! The Science Council of New York City is looking for individuals to present at our Annual Conference on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at Stuyvesant High School in Manhattan.  The conference starts at 8:00 am and ends at 4:00 pm. Go to  https://goo.gl/forms/0HLDrOFntvvz1VUL2 to apply to be a presenter. Want to attend without presenting?  That’s okay too!  Registration will open in early January, so keep your eyes open for the e- mail and check our website www.sconyc.org  for updates.  If you have any questions, contact Presenter Chair Mary at  secretary@sconyc.org or Conference Chair Jack DePalma at conferencechair@sconyc.org
Open call for presenters:
Presentation from 2018 SCoNYC Conference