Reconciliation through STEM education

Let’s Talk Science is proud to support inclusive learning that values and respects Indigenous Ways of Knowing.
 

Let’s Talk Science strives to offer accessible programs, services, and resources that are diverse, address systemic barriers, and lead to equality for all. The world needs STEM, and STEM needs diverse perspectives to address complex issues.

Based on our research of barriers to entering STEM fields, it’s critical for young students to see themselves represented in these fields. Let’s Talk Science has been collaborating with Indigenous communities since 1994 with the organization’s youth outreach strategy guided by a National Indigenous Advisory Council. 

Educational Resources 

Gwen Healey Akearok

Indigenous Career Stories 

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Jodi

Jodi | That’s a Real Job!

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Ethan Martin, welder

Indigenous Peoples in STEM

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Christa Jonathan

Volunteer profile - Yotakahron Christa Jonathan

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LTS equity wheel

Our Commitment to Equity

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Professional Learning opportunities

Gwen Healey Akearok

Coffee and a Keynote with Dr. Sean Lessard: Bubbling up…

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Inspiring Stories

The Globe and Mail

Reconciliation through STEM education

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Visits to Indigenous communities promote equity and inclusion

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Girl participating in hands-on STEM activity

Education is a key component of reconciliation, but why is STEM so critical? 

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