South Australian Science Teachers Association (SASTA)
The South Australian Science Teachers Association (SASTA) aim is 'to promote and support the teaching of science in schools', and 'to foster the professional development of science teachers'. SASTA's strength lies in its members who are science teachers and laboratory officers and in the many highly committed educators who volunteer their time out of school hours to ensure that we continue to serve the needs of all teachers of science.
SASTA has around 500 members and they are drawn from all education sectors, teaching all year levels across the state. SASTA is also fortunate to have a permanent secretariat to ensure the continuing smooth functioning of all aspects of our business.
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SASTA's Recommended Website of the Week:
Leading Learning - Making the Australian Curriculum work for us
This resource is designed to assist schools with planning for and implementing the Australian Curriculum. It will support teachers of science to design engaging and intellectually stretching learning experiences for all students.
SASTA IS NOW ON FACEBOOK!!!
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SASTA on Twitter:
12:16 pm | 14th Jun: SASTA has another Website of the Week! Head to the Resources Tab of the SASTA webpage to have a look -... http://t.co/dCh6cgC3zL
4:55 pm | 13th Jun: For any Big Bang Theory fans! http://t.co/IMM52syU88
4:52 pm | 4th Jun: Head to the SASTA website of the week page to learn more about this weeks focus - Scootle Community... http://t.co/AcjFFaHkF7