Join us for a STEM learning event!
Let's Talk Science offers a variety of online events.
Whether you're an educator, student or volunteer, Let's Talk Science has something that fits into your lifestyle.
There is a high demand for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills in multiple disciplines to drive the innovation needed to thrive. In a post-pandemic world facing a climate crisis, we need youth to develop the ability to question the status quo and hone the innovative skills necessary to move quickly towards a prosperous, equitable, and sustainable future. How do we do that? Engaging youth in STEM education from early years through high school encourages all students to imagine the impossible and push boundaries.
Join Let’s Talk Science Outreach to read Katherine Schoepp’s book “If Ball, Then Catch”, complete a hands-on coding activity and meet the author!
In this activity, students will start developing their digital literacy skills. They will be introduced to new terms and learn the basics of programming by following a set of instructions to reveal a surprise image!
-Coding template, or a 5 by 5 grid (1 per student)
National STEM Projects
Engage your students in real science
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.
Request a Volunteer
Our volunteers are catalysts for learning
Our trained and enthusiastic Let’s Talk Science Outreach volunteers pass on their passion for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to Canada’s future citizens.
As part of our National Volunteer Week celebrations, we are happy to announce the finalists for our National Volunteer Awards!
Globe and MailClimate change can be a scary topic. As a middle school science teacher, I felt ready to teach students about climate change. What I was not prepared for was the strong emotional reactions of my students.