Bringing STEM into the French classroom
Unleash the power of critical thinking in your students with our interactive workshops geared towards K-9 French First Language and French Immersion Newfoundland and Labrador Educators. Collaborate with colleagues and engage in meaningful discussions while updating your skills.
These interactive virtual workshops will engage educators and help develop your confidence in bringing STEM into the classroom. Working in groups, educators will explore how scientific inquiry enhances students' engagement in meaningful STEM learning.
Register today for one of our free opportunities below. Each course has been specifically modified to best fit your grade level!
All Sessions run 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm NST. Dates vary depending on grade level.
Creating a passion for STEM learning in young explorers in the French classroom
NL Kindergarten to Grade 3 French First Language and French Immersion Educators
Exploring inquiry & STEM in the French classroom
NL Grade 4 to 6 French First Language and French Immersion Educators
Equipping students with inquiry & STEM skills in the French classroom
NL Grade 7 to 9 French First Language and French Immersion Educators
Two experienced educators will lead the sessions.
Hailing from Torbay, Newfoundland and Labrador, Alice Codner has been a French Immersion educator in the metro St John's area since 2016. She has a passion for engaging students in hands-on activities that fuel critical thinking, problem-solving, and collaboration while having fun. She is also currently completing her Master of Education in Curriculum Teaching and Learning with a Focus in Second Language.
Stephanie Gaudet has been teaching a variety of grades and subjects in both French and English since 2005. She has extensive knowledge of techniques that explore how to bring STEM into the French classroom effectively. Stephanie is currently teaching in a minority K-12 school in Saskatchewan.
Don’t miss out on a chance to learn from and engage with Alice and Stephanie.
Financial assistance for this program is provided through the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Agreement for Minority-Language Education and Second Official-Language Instruction.
This initiative is in partnership with Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador, NLTA, NLESD, and CSFP. This initiative is made possible through the support of the Department of Education, the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador and the Government of Canada.