2020-21 Season of LIVE STEM with Let's Talk Science
We are planning to bring back live co-learning broadcasts next year. Although they will all still incorporate opportunities to learn and practice computational thinking and digital literacy skills, we will be changing the name of our broadcasts to LIVE STEM. We will establish the schedule once we know what the school year will look like next year.
Join us for our Summer Brain Buster, a 10-week series of virtual quizzes for the entire family!
Starting June 23 and ending August 26, learn how science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) is all around us in a fun, family-friendly format while also winning the chance to receive prizes!
BackyardBio is an project run by Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants encouraging the public, and especially classrooms to get out in nature observing and documenting the amazing diversity of wildlife near them!
September 21 to 27 is jam-packed with Science Literacy Week events. Each day, our Outreach volunteers will read a story and lead a related hands-on activity to convey the excitement and influence of STEM in our everyday lives!
In this webinar, explore the design and build process to use with students to identify, design and refine prototypes that enforce social distancing. The exploration will be an interactive approach to addressing a relevant world issue. Keep the social distancing conversation happening in an educational and fun-filled way.
Computational Thinking - LIVE Code Broadcasts and Educator Resources
October 1st, 2020
Learn about computational thinking with your students by bringing a facilitator virtually into your classroom. During this webinar, educators will learn more about the concepts covered during our 2019/2020 LIVE Code broadcasts and access the recordings and resources. With NEW RESOURCES, learn how to model the broadcast recordings in a blended approach with students.
Natural curiosity and the thrill of discovery engages participants in Let’s Talk Science’s national science projects. Available for all grade levels, these projects are based on real scientific problems.
The Horizon Project aims to send a caring message to youth that they are capable of learning without computer technology
Let’s Talk Science, Food Banks Canada and over 180 organizations provide fun STEM and literacy resources for Canadian youth in low socio-economic