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Exploring Reflecting and Brainstorming through the Design and Build Process

Join us for this 2 hour interactive session that will introduce you to brainstorming and reflection strategies to utilize throughout the design and build process as your students work to design and build a water tower that demonstrates their understanding of stable structures.
Nat Banting

Coffee and a Keynote - Nat Banting: The Mathematical Power of Building to Specifications

In this session, we will unpack the power of asking students to be mathematical designers and not simply mathematical describers.
Colourful windmill

STEM Storytime – Wind Energy

Join Let's Talk Science Outreach to read Etta Kaner's book, "Who Likes the Wind?" and complete a hands-on science activity about wind! In this activity we will discuss how wind is used to generate electricity. Using everyday household items, students will be constructing a small pinwheel.
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Let's Talk Misinformation

Fake news is big news. That is to say, misinformation has become a hot topic over the past decade. Outside of the world of politics, the effects of misinformation have been most keenly felt in the world of STEM. Whether it is COVID-19 and vaccines, the use of stem cells, the effects of broadband cellular communication technology on the human body, or climate change, misinformation has proven to be a dangerous stumbling block in developing new ways to solve current and old problems. Explore the growth of misinformation in STEM. Untangle complex ideas and build skills to tackle this growing problem.  A multi-disciplinary panel will guide the discussion on misinformation, the role of trust and how trust is built and give examples of misinformation and why it took hold.
Snowy Mountains

Fostering Empathetic Design with the Sustainable Development Goals


Do you want to support your students in strengthening their ability to consider the needs of others to develop meaningful solutions to real-world problems? In this webinar, you will explore how building empathy can support the development of student problem solving skills through the design thinking process. You will apply a classroom ready learning strategy to empathize with a real world problem using the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Sustainable Kit Development

Kit activities don't have to be bad for the environment! Join us on December 15, 2022 to discuss how to develop and adapt kit activities to have a lower environmental impact.
Chalk Board

Investigate the Impact of Technology on Learning


We live in a world of new and evolving technologies. Our understanding of technology and the forces that shape its continued development over time can have a significant impact on the way we view the world. In this session you will discover learning strategies to help students analyze how technology evolves over time and consider/explore skills needed for future student success.

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Climate Action Lab

Last year, Let’s Talk Science asked high school students across Canada how they feel about the changing climate and how they want to be involved in climate action through Climate Action Lab. During this webinar, members of the research team will present what they learned and how it can support your outreach with youth.
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Discovering Literacy While Exploring The Outdoors

This session is offered in partnership with the Canadian Child Care Federation (CCCF). This session will provide inspiring ideas for enhancing children’s learning through nature and supporting children’s curiosity, interests and creativity.
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Let's Talk STEM Careers

Let’s Talk STEM Careers is an online national symposium hosted by Let’s Talk Science in collaboration with Advice to a Scientist (AtaS) and the unScientific Method (uSM) podcast. It aims to promote STEM career paths and prepare students for higher education and careers in STEM.
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Creating disability-inclusive science learning environments

Join us for a synchronous, virtual workshop to explore opportunities arising when we uncover the roots of our positioning around disability and science education.
Monique Gray Smith

Coffee and a Keynote with Monique Gray Smith: Weaving Braiding Sweetgrass for Young Adults Into your Class and Around Your Dinner Table.

This session with Monique Gray Smith will weave the 3 teachings of Braiding Sweetgrass for Young Adults together: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and Teachings of the Plants.
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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.

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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.

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