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In Case you Missed it...(February/March 2021)

A lot has been happening with CASE in 2021, and we want to keep you updated with all the latest. From conference announcements, webinars and more, take a look to see what you may have missed!

California Science Education Conference is going virtual!
This year, CASE has decided that the 2021 California Science Education Conference will be virtual. This decision was made in the best interest of the health and safety of attendees, presenters, exhibitors and everyone else involved. But don’t worry, we have a LOT in store for this year’s conference experience, so be on the lookout for more announcements coming soon! Visit our conference website for all the latest updates.

Call for Proposals
Speaking of the conference...the call for proposals is open! We are looking for presenters to host live workshops in a virtual format. There are more than 100 spots available. The deadline to submit your proposal is March 26, 2021. Click here for more information.

CASE Learning Community
This month, we launched a brand new benefit for members! Members now have access to a digital library full of previous webinars and other content on their membership portal. Login here or join CASE to access this exclusive feature today!

Member Spotlight
We started off the new year with a special double feature Member Spotlight, our conference co-chairs, Jenny Chien and Claudio Vargas! We loved to hear from Jenny and Claudio about what they’re looking forward to with this year’s conference, their past conference experiences and more! 

Check out Jenny’s interview here and Claudio’s here!

First STEMscopes Webinar
On January 27, we held our first webinar hosted by our partner STEMscopes! Presenters Kristin Majda and Brooks Dougherty shared a fun Valentine’s Day coding activity that teachers can use in their classrooms. Thanks to STEMScopes, members who missed out can access it in the CASE Learning Community!



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