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2016 CSTA Conference - Optional 1 Unit of Credit – Provided by CSULB

Conference attendees at the 2016 California Science Education Conference, being held Oct 21-23, 2016, are able to earn 1-unit of upper division credit through CSULB. The cost for the unit of credit is $99.00. Registration materials, and course assignments must be submitted to Dr. Lisa Martin-Hansen at CSULB by December 1, 2016. The course will appear on your transcripts as SCED490A, Special Topics. Grades should be available at the beginning of January 2017.

Requirements

California State University, Long Beach is pleased to offer one (1) upper division unit of credit to conference attendees who complete the following requirements:

  • Must be an officially registered conference attendee (must provide a copy of conference nametag)
  • Must attend conference sessions totaling at least twelve documented hours
  • Must submit the following documents to California State University, Long Beach to arrive no later than:
    December 1, 2016
  • CSTA Credit Registration form with payment of $99.00 (payment may be made by Visa, MasterCard, or check payable to CSULB).
  • CSTA Conference PD Passport (signature page from conference book)
  • A description for each session attended (~100 words) plus a detailed description of how you will use what you learned in your teaching from two different sessions (~500 words). CSTA written assignment template.

Document Submission

Mail or Scan the documents to:

California State University, Long Beach
Science Education Department MS-9504
1250 Bellflower Blvd.
Long Beach CA 90840

Email: L.MartinHansen@csulb.edu

Materials are due to CSULB by December 1, 2016. Grades will be posted in January. Instructions and information about accessing grades and ordering transcripts are found via Enrollment Services

The grading will be traditional letter grading.

Any questions regarding this CSTA-CSULB credit please contact the Science Education Department office at 562-985-4801.