Upcoming Professional Learning Opportunities

Register for a workshop or summer institute, or look for Let's Talk Science at a local educator conference.

Features and Benefits

  • participate in, and develop, hands-on/minds-on strategies for supporting students to enhance their inquiry, problem solving, critical thinking and collaboration skills
  • build confidence and proficiency in planning and assessing an inquiry-based, curriculum-aligned program
  • engage in meaningful discussions and reflect on your current thinking and practices with peers as it relates to program planning in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)

February 2018 – May 2018

February 15, 2018
Session: Inquiry and Technological Problem Solving as Contexts for Numeracy
Target Audience: PreK – Grade 3 educators
Address: St. Mary’s High School, 111 - 18 Avenue SW, Calgary, AB
Organization: This session is being offered at the Calgary Teachers Convention
Details and Registration Information: http://www.cctca.com/

February 22, 2018
Session: Inquiry and Technological Problem Solving as Contexts for Numeracy
Target Audience: PreK – Grade 3 educators
Address: Red Deer College , 100 College Boulevard, Red Deer, AB
Organization: This session is being offered at the Central Alberta Teachers Convention
Details and Registration Information: https://www.mycatca.com/

April 25, 2018
From Story to Design: Inquiry and Problem Solving using Children's Literature
Target Audience: PreK-Grade 3 educators
Address: Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre, 1808 Wellington Ave., Winnipeg, MB
Organization: This session is being organized by Let’s Talk Science
Details and Registration Information: $25 fee/person.
https://www.eventbrite.ca/o/lets-talk-science-6347220693

Please note this session is now full. To have your name added to the waitlist, click through the registration link above and select "Tickets" and you will be given the option to join the waitlist. You will be contacted should a spot become available.

April 26, 2018
Supporting Numeracy Skills through STEM
Target Audience: PreK-Grade 3 educators
Address: Victoria Inn Hotel and Convention Centre, 1808 Wellington Ave., Winnipeg, MB
Organization: This session is being organized by Let’s Talk Science
Details and Registration Information: $25 fee/person.
https://www.eventbrite.ca/o/lets-talk-science-6347220693

Please note this session is now full. To have your name added to the waitlist, click through the registration link above and select "Tickets" and you will be given the option to join the waitlist. You will be contacted should a spot become available.

February 1, 2018
Session: Inquiry and Problem Solving to Support the Grade 5 Renewed Curriculum in NL
Target Audience: Grade 5 educators
Address: Sacred Heart Academy, Marystown, NL
Organization: Newfoundland and Labrador English School District
Details and Registration: This is a closed session

February 13, 2018
Session: Inquiry and Problem Solving to Support the Grade 3 Renewed Curriculum in NL
Target Audience: Grade 3 educators
Address: Sacred Heart Academy, Marystown, NL
Organization: Newfoundland and Labrador English School District
Details and Registration: This is a closed session

May 4, 2018
Session: Developing Students’ Questioning Skills to Promote Inquiry and Problem Solving
Target Audience: Grade 6 to 8 educators
Address: Bernice MacNaughton High school, 999 Chemin Mountain, Moncton, NB Organization: This session is being offered at the NBTA Middle School Conference
Details and Registration Information: https://www.nbta.ca/councils-online-2018/index.html#

May 4, 2018
Session: Making the Horses Thirsty: Using STSE to Engage Youth and Improve Achievement
Target Audience: Grade 9 to 12 educators
Address: Bernice MacNaughton High school, 999 Chemin Mountain, Moncton, NB
Organization: This session is being offered at the NBTA Middle School Conference
Details and Registration Information: https://www.nbta.ca/councils-online-2018/index.html#

May 4, 2018
Session: Empowering Student Learning Through Questioning
Target Audience: Grade 9 to 12 educators
Address: Bernice MacNaughton High school, 999 Chemin Mountain, Moncton, NB
Organization: This session is being offered at the NBTA Middle School Conference
Details and Registration Information: https://www.nbta.ca/councils-online-2018/index.html#

May 4, 2018
Session: Citizen Science in the Classroom
Target Audience: Grade 9 to 12 teachers
Address: Bernice MacNaughton High school, 999 Chemin Mountain, Moncton, NB
Organization: This session is being offered at the NBTA Middle School Conference; Moncton, NB
Details and Registration Information: https://www.nbta.ca/councils-online-2018/index.html#

May 4, 2018
Session: From Story to Design: Using Children’s Literature to Develop Children’s Questioning and Problem-solving Skills
Target Audience: PreK – Grade 3 educators
Address: St. Malachy’s Memorial High School, 2-20 Leinster Street, Saint John, NB
Organization: This session is being offered at the NBTA Middle School Conference
Details and Registration Information: https://www.nbta.ca/councils-online-2018/elementary/main_registration/index.html

February 22, 2018
Session: Using STEM to Address Curriculum Outcomes in Career Education
Target Audience: Grade 8-12 educators
Address: East Three Elementary/Secondary school, 116 Kingmingya Rd, Inuvik, NT
Organization: This session is being offered by Let’s Talk Science as part of the Beaufort Delta Education Council Conference
Details and Registration Information: Registration is now complete. Contact ideslauriers@letstalkscience.ca to enquire about being added to participants list

February 22, 2018
Session: Strategies to Improve Student Motivation and Active Learning
Target Audience: Grade 8-12 educators
Address: East Three Elementary/Secondary school, 116 Kingmingya Rd, Inuvik, NT
Organization: This session is being offered by Let’s Talk Science as part of the Beaufort Delta Education Council Conference
Details and Registration Information: Registration is now complete. Contact ideslauriers@letstalkscience.ca to enquire about being added to participants list

February 23, 2018
Session: Hands-on Science Activities
Target Audience: Grade K-6 educators
Address: East Three Elementary/Secondary school, 116 Kingmingya Rd, Inuvik, NT
Organization: This session is being offered by Let’s Talk Science as part of the Beaufort Delta Education Council Conference
Details and Registration Information: Registration is now complete. Contact ideslauriers@letstalkscience.ca to enquire about being added to participants list

February 22, 2018
Session: Hands-on Science Activities
Target Audience: Grade 7-12 educators
Address: East Three Elementary/Secondary school, 116 Kingmingya Rd, Inuvik, NT
Organization: This session is being offered by Let’s Talk Science as part of the Beaufort Delta Education Council Conference
Details and Registration Information: Registration is now complete. Contact ideslauriers@letstalkscience.ca to enquire about being added to participants list

February 23, 2018
Session: Digital Literacy and Computational Thinking
Target Audience: Grade K-6 educators
Address: East Three Elementary/Secondary school, 116 Kingmingya Rd, Inuvik, NT
Organization: This session is being offered by Let’s Talk Science as part of the Beaufort Delta Education Council Conference
Details and Registration Information: Registration is now complete. Contact ideslauriers@letstalkscience.ca to enquire about being added to participants list

February 22, 2018
Session: Digital Literacy and Computational Thinking
Target Audience: Grade 7-12 educators
Address: East Three Elementary/Secondary school, 116 Kingmingya Rd, Inuvik, NT
Organization: This session is being offered by Let’s Talk Science as part of the Beaufort Delta Education Council Conference
Details and Registration Information: Registration is now complete. Contact ideslauriers@letstalkscience.ca to enquire about being added to participants list

February 23, 2018
Session: Coding in the Early Years: Decoding the Skills and Competencies
Target Audience: Grade K-3 educators
Address: East Three Elementary/Secondary school, 116 Kingmingya Rd, Inuvik, NT
Organization: This session is being offered by Let’s Talk Science as part of the Beaufort Delta Education Council Conference
Details and Registration Information: Registration is now complete. Contact ideslauriers@letstalkscience.ca to enquire about being added to participants list

February 23, 2018
Session: Tomatosphere: An Out of this World Experience
Target Audience: Grade K-12 educators
Address: East Three Elementary/Secondary school, 116 Kingmingya Rd, Inuvik, NT
Organization: This session is being offered by Let’s Talk Science as part of the Beaufort Delta Education Council Conference
Details and Registration Information: Registration is now complete. Contact ideslauriers@letstalkscience.ca to enquire about being added to participants list

February 22 and 23, 2018
Session: Inquiry and Technological Problem Solving as Contexts for Mathematical Thinking
Target Audience: PreK-Grade 3 educators
Address: Sheraton Centre Hotel, 123 Queen St W, Toronto, ON
Organization: This session is being offered at the Reading for the Love of It Conference.
Details and Registration Information: http://www.readingfortheloveofit.com/index.html

May 12, 2018
Session: From Story to Design: Engaging in Technological Problem Solving Through Children’s Literature, Primary With Links to Junior
Target Audience: Primary - Junior Educators
Address: Hilton Meadowvale, 6750 Mississauga Rd, Mississauga, ON
Organization: This session is being offered at the Ontario Council For Technology Education Conference
Details and Registration Information: https://www.octe.ca/en/conference

June 2018 – August 2018

Coming soon!


September 2018 – December 2018

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Contact us to learn more about Let’s Talk Science professional learning: educators@letstalkscience.ca