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NEACT members benefit from access to a wide variety of sessions, including many opportunities for professional development. If you are not a member and wish to attend one of our events, join us now and enjoy all the benefits NEACT has to offer.
NEACT has been revising its constitution and bylaws, and these changes have been sent to the membership.
This meeting is a question and answer session during which members can ask questions about the updates to the constitution and bylaws. NEACT members will have an opportunity to vote on whether or not to accept the changes after this meeting.
ChemChats are monthly open roundtable discussions on Zoom facilitated by NEACT. ChemChats are aimed at high school and college chemistry teachers but are open to all STEM teachers. Come to share ideas, come to ask questions, or just come for the collegiality.
Our topic for this afternoon is "SUMMER WORK RESOURCES". Come with a topic or task connected to your chem classes you plan to work on this summer. We'll help one another brainstorm resources to make your summer work easier and better.
ChemChats are hosted by Sue Klemmer. I am ZOOMING from the coast of Maine, so times are always stated as east coast time. We run 4:00-5:00 pm EST.
There is no ChemChat in July. The next ChemChat will be in August 17th. The topic will be determined at the NEACT Summer Conference. See you there!
This is the NEACT Annual Meeting for members only. The agenda will be posted as soon as possible. The meeting will be held virtually--RSVP to be sent the meeting link.
The 2023 Summer Conference will be held IN PERSON at Fitchburg State University on August 1-2, 2023.
This year's theme is "Engaging Chemistry: Hands on, minds on!" This year's keynote speaker will be Dr. André K. Isaacs, associate professor of chemistry at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA.
You must be a NEACT member to register for the conference. You can join NEACT online--it's quick and easy.
Consider presenting at the 2023 NEACT Summer Conference. We are still accepting proposals on any aspect of chemistry education. Share your insights and experiences with chemistry teachers from across the country.́
Submit your proposal here