Join us in Savannah, Georgia on January 3-5, 2019
Hotel InformationHYATT REGENCY SAVANNAH
2 W. Bay Street
Savannah, Georgia, USA, 31401
Be a Part of the Conference
Our annual international conference will take place in Savannah, which was recently named one of the top 10 world’s most underrated travel destinations by the Travel Channel. Of course, that shouldn’t distract your from taking part in the conference! Please consider submitting a workshop proposal or concurrent session proposal, volunteering to be a presider or reviewer (you can sign up when you submit a proposal), attending committee/forum/region meetings, or taking part in our annual fun run.
Fun Run route map
Registration for the 2019 Savannah, GA ASTE conference is now open. Click here to register.
After Dec. 15
|Guests (must accompany a registered member)||$250||$275||$325|
|Single Day (does not include meals or events)||$185|
ASTE membership for 2019 is required to receive the reduced rates – the membership window will open at the same time we start conference signups.
Science Teacher Shuffle
A 3 mile Fun Run or 2 mile Walk. All are welcome! Registration Form
Katie Brkich, Nate Carnes, Natalie King, Julie Luft, and Renee Schwartz
The local conference committee has some very exciting news! One of our Keynote sessions at ASTE -2019 will be Eric Banilower, Vice President of Horizon Inc. He will give the first presentation of the results from the 2018 National Survey of Science and Mathematics Teachers. Yes, you get the news first while at ASTE!! His talk is titled “Results from the 2018 National Survey of Science and Mathematics Education: Challenges and Opportunities for Science Teacher Educators in Changing Times.”
In this first presentation of results from the 2018 National Survey of Science and Mathematics Education, participants will learn about this national survey and hear about the important findings. The presented findings will focus on the preparation, professional development experiences, and the potential needs of science teachers. There are important implications from these findings for science teacher educators.
It’s never to early to have Georgia on your mind. #ASTE2019