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On-Demand Professional Learning Webinars

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Discover our on-demand professional learning webinars today! Explore a variety of topics, including computational thinking, inquiry-based learning, and design thinking. Available in English and French.
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Discover Data Representation using Google my Maps

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Have students develop map-based solutions to common questions regarding travel, distance, area, and location in your local community and beyond.
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Observing Outdoors: Reflecting on Math in Nature

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Are you interested in connecting math with nature? Join us for an exciting webinar to review examples of mathematics in our natural world. Build your confidence by exploring Fibonacci sequences found in nature. Discover a learning strategy that can be scaffolded and used both inside and outside of the classroom. Examine opportunities for mathematics to be integrated across different subject areas to achieve various curriculum outcomes.

Wesley Fryer

Coffee and a Keynote - Dr. Wesley Fryer: Spark Curiosity with Wonder Links

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Join outstanding teacher, visionary educator Dr. Wesley Fryer to explore practical ways to spark student curiosity with engaging videos and thinking routines (like "See - Think - Wonder").
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Technology: Tools for Teaching and Learning

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Earn a major milestone on your Learning Pathways journey by attending this session!

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Kick-off to Coding : Coding Unplugged

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Did you know that you can start teaching coding without using the internet, electronic devices or robotics kits? Unplugged coding activities provide students with the opportunity to learn the basics of programming while developing computational skills like algorithmic thinking, debugging and testing. Join us in discovering classroom-ready strategies and resources that will challenge your students and get them excited about coding!

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LIVE STEM | Clothing and Climate

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October 4 & 5, 2022

In this 2-day broadcast series, students will develop their skills of brainstorming, reflecting, planning and communicating as they explore how their clothing choices impact climate and plan for a design and build challenge related to clothing and climate. Each broadcast will be 45 minutes in length.

Spider Web

Exploring outdoors: Discovering Math in Nature

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Are you interested in connecting math with nature? Join us for an exciting webinar to explore examples of mathematics in our natural world. Build your confidence by exploring geometric shapes, common patterns, symmetry and tessellations in nature. Discover a learning strategy that can be scaffolded for use both inside and outside of the classroom. Finally, examine opportunities for mathematics to be integrated across different subject areas to achieve curriculum outcomes.

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Let's Connect: Light Up Your Classrooms this Fall!

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Join our Let's Talk Science Relationships Team for an information session on our various Fall offerings. The team will highlight new and upcoming programming and events for students, including our Lunar Rover Research Challenge project, as well as various professional learning opportunities for educators.
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Analyzing Nature’s Data: Integrating Math in Nature

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Are you interested in connecting math with nature? Join us for an exciting webinar to review examples of mathematics in our natural world. Grow your confidence by exploring Fibonacci sequences and the Golden Ratio in nature. Discover a learning strategy that can be scaffolded and used both inside and outside of the classroom. Examine opportunities for mathematics to be integrated across different subject areas to achieve various curriculum outcomes.

LIVE STEM

LIVE STEM | Promoting Computational Thinking Skills (Insect edition)

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November 1 & 2, 2022

In this 2-day broadcast series, students will investigate insects through participation in activities designed to develop their computational thinking skills of decomposition, pattern recognition, abstraction and logical thinking. Each broadcast will be 45 minutes in length.

 

Bee Hive

Explore an Innovative Design and Build Challenge : Create a Bee House

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Investigate the problem of habitat loss for local pollinators by learning how to support students in solving the problem through designing and building a house for solitary bees using simple materials. Discover how students can create an algorithm to share their step-by-step instructions for building a bee house with others.

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Exploring Reflecting and Brainstorming through the Design and Build Process

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Earn a major milestone on your Learning Pathways journey by attending this session!

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Fostering Empathetic Design with the Sustainable Development Goals

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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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Investigate the Impact of Technology on Learning

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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.

LIVE STEM

LIVE STEM | STEM and Computational Thinking

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February 7 & 8, 2023

In this 2-day broadcast series, students will participate in activities designed to develop their computational thinking skills of abstraction, algorithmic thinking, data collection/analysis/representation, debugging, decomposition and pattern recognition. Each broadcast will be 45 minutes in length.