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Back-to-Back STEM Conferences in SF Bay Area: March 8-13, 2011

Back-to-Back STEM Conferences in SF Bay Area: March 8-13, 2011

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Dear STEM Colleagues, I just received a STEM Newsletter in my email announcing two back-to-back STEM Conferences in the SF Bay Area for March 8-9, 2011 in Berkeley and March 10-13, 2011 in San Francisco. The first is sponsored by the NSF: "Cyberlearning Tools for STEM Education" (CyTSE) in Berkeley... The second is the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Conference in San Francisco... The link for Presenters and Attendees is at: http://cyberlearningstem.org/ I know it is just the beginning of Winter and Holiday Vacation Time, but if you need to plan your calendar in advance...for SF Bay Area Springtime, this could be helpful information... And "Homebase" for Edutopia.org is right there in the SF Bay Area... Enjoy the Holidays STEMly, Allen Berg

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