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CASE Swag: Show Us Your Skills

The CASE logo is cool and professional, but I was thinking it would also be nice to have some swag that shows a little attitude. Swag with swagger. So I’m starting a challenge!

Create a graphic that expresses who we are as science teachers and why what we do is so important. The winner gets a free year of CASE Membership and a hat, shirt, fleece, and backpack with the new graphic on it! We will be looking for opportunities to share these with members. No promises, but maybe swag at the Conference in Palm Springs October 14-16 of 2022. Credit to CASE Middle School Director Sam Stavis for this idea!

I’ve always liked this graphic from the band Devo and even more since I saw them play outside of the CASE conference in San Francisco.

I’ve always liked this graphic from the band Devo and even more since I saw them play outside of the CASE conference in San Francisco.

There are a bunch of versions of the “I’m a science teacher…” What ideas do you have for a new slogan?

There are a bunch of versions of the “I’m a science teacher…” What ideas do you have for a new slogan?

Here's another cool slogan that recognizes how awesome it is to be a science teacher! What can you come up with?

Here's another cool slogan that recognizes how awesome it is to be a science teacher! What can you come up with?

Above are some ideas to get you rolling - but don't use them - they are already trademarked!  All right, your turn. Lets see what you got!

Submit your ideas here.


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Peter A'Hearn

Written by Peter A'Hearn


Peter A’Hearn is a self-proclaimed science education troubadour and is the President of CASE. (2021-2023).

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