Ex-president @ National Science Teachers Association
Juliana Texley is a past president of the National Science Teachers Association and a member of the graduate faculties of Central Michigan University and Lesley University in education and technology. She has taught all of the areas of STEM education for over four decades, from preschool through university. In recent years she has led an effort by NSTA and other organizations to enrich both the market and classroom use of high quality trade books within STEM curricula. She has also led in the development of online curricula for JASON Education and other organizations. She holds a Ph.D. in science education, and a master’s in biology/chemistry. She has been awarded a Presidential Award for Excellence in Science Teaching and is a Fellow and officer of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. She has served on the boards of the National Science Foundation, Biological Sciences Curriculum Study, Young Voices for the Planet and Innovation Collaborative. She is the author of five books on STEM Education for teachers and over 100 articles in science education journals.