2021 California Science Education Conference

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2023 Call for Proposals Now OPEN!

Thank you for your interest in submitting a workshop OR short course proposal for the upcoming 2023 California Science Education Conference.


Submitting a proposal does not guarantee that you will be selected as a presenter. Your proposal will be reviewed by two members of the CASE Board of Directors and 2023 Conference Committee. Proposals will be selected for presentation based on reviewer scores and the content needs of the conference.

Please note: California Science Education Conference proposal review process is completed blind and by a peer group of educators. Please see the Proposal Scoring Rubric for additional details.

CASE will be issuing notices regarding proposal status (accepted or declined) in April 2023. If you will not have access to the email account associated with your CASE log-in, please contact our office to update your email address.

Questions should be directed to Rachel Myers, Conference Coordinator via email at rachel@cascience.org.

2023 Call for Proposals
Keep Diversity, Equity and Inclusion In Mind

A Message from the CASE Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee:

On the call for proposals, have you seen this question?

“To what extent does this presentation address access, inclusion, diversity, and/or equity in science education?”

CASE DEI Committee would love to support you in reflecting on this question to prepare for your presentation submission.

Simply, here’s what we want to know: in what way(s) does your presentation address the diverse needs of California’s student population? For example, but not limited to: emerging multilinguals, students receiving educational services, Black/Latinx/Indigenous, LGTBQIA+, rural, etc.

CASE published the following brief on Equitable Access to Science Education. As you read the brief, think about how your presentation addresses the following:

  • How does your presentation support teachers’ needs to improve practice in support of underrepresented students? (Page 6)
  • How does your presentation address diverse students’ needs and the barriers they may face to equitable access to science instruction? (Page 8)
  • How does your presentation address district and school leadership in ensuring equitable access to science education is a top priority? (Page 10)

If you would like to get more involved with DEI at CASE, feel free to reach out to admin@cascience.org for more information on joining the committee!


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    October 20-22, 2023
    Palm Springs, CA

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