With the 75th anniversary conference quickly approaching, I decided to reflect on some of my own history with NABT. The first NABT conference I attended was the conference in Denver, Colorado, 1992 and was one of those “transforming experiences” for me as an educator. I attended because a fellow Biology teacher at my school, Richard Borinsky was an NABT member and encouraged me to attend. During the twenty-mile drive into downtown Denver, Rich and I decided which sessions we would attend. Our approach was to “divide and conquer.” We would split up to go to different sessions because there is always more than one session going on at the same time that we wanted to see. Rich and I traveled to many more NABT conferences together and always used the “divide and conquer” strategy to see as many different sessions as possible.

That first Denver Conference was so important to...

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