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On-Demand Professional Learning Webinars

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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Bringing STEM into the French classroom

An interactive virtual workshop for K-9 French First Language and French Immersion Newfoundland and Labrador educators
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Sustainable Development Goals and Design Thinking: Design a Seed Saver

October 20th, 2021

Bring real world issues to the classroom using Design Thinking to solve food security problems highlighted by the UN Sustainable Development Goals. During this webinar you will discover how students can design seed savers from simple materials to protect seeds for future use. You will be provided with a step-by- step look at a classroom-ready learning experience for grade K-9 students.

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Relevant Robotics: Connecting Robotics Across Curricula (K-6)

October 27th, 2021

Are you curious about teaching robotics but are not sure where it fits in with your program? Join us for an exciting webinar to learn about how robotics can be integrated across different subject areas to achieve various curriculum outcomes. Discover hands-on robotics and coding activities with links to English/French Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and more.

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Kathy Schrock - The Common Thread: Weaving Information Literacy Skills to Engage Learners

October 30th, 2021

Join for this Coffee and a Keynote session to discover ways to infuse information literacy across the K-12 curriculum. Keynote presentation will include examples, practical tips, and ready-to-go resources and will conclude with an interactive Q&A session with Dr. Alec Couros.
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Relevant‌ ‌Robots:‌ ‌Connecting‌ ‌Robotics‌ ‌Across‌ ‌Curricula‌ ‌(7-12)‌

November 3rd, 2021

Are you curious about teaching robotics but are not sure where it fits in with your program? Join us for an exciting webinar to learn about how robotics can be integrated across subject matters to teach curriculum outcomes.

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Build a Virtual Scavenger Hunt

November 10th, 2021

Create interactive scavenger hunts using Google My Maps and Google Forms. Learn how to design a sequence of questions and challenges that support the diverse needs of students. Explore opportunities for students to engage in cross-curricular learning and computational thinking. Add fun and discovery to student learning while teaching persistence and resilience with debugging activities.

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Strategies To Support Scientific Communication (Grade 6-8)

November 17th, 2021

This webinar will introduce educators to the importance of teaching reading comprehension strategies to support students’ ability to navigate text-based science communication. Educators will develop an understanding that reading is a process comprising three equally important stages.

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Strategies To Support Scientific Communication (Grade 9-12)

November 24th, 2021

This webinar will introduce educators to the importance of teaching reading comprehension strategies to support students’ ability to navigate text-based science communication. Educators will develop an understanding that reading is a process comprising three equally important stages.

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Simon Jackson

Simon Jackson - Environment & Literacy

November 27th, 2021

The world needs a generation of environmentally literate citizens – a cohort that understands and appreciates the value of nature. By deconstructing the complex and enlivening the obscure, we have the tools to create a nation that thinks critically about how to balance the needs of people and the environment. We just need the desire.

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Introduction to Twine for Interactive Storytelling

December 1st, 2021

Learn how to use Twine to help your students develop their science communication skills through interactive storytelling. Create branching stories, text adventure games, or “choose your own adventure”, and then publish to an HTML file for easy sharing. A must-have tool for your online teaching and flipped classroom toolbox.

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Sustainable Development Goals and Design Thinking: Design a Seed Saver

December 8th, 2021

Bring real world issues to the classroom using Design Thinking to solve food security problems highlighted by the UN Sustainable Development Goals. During this webinar you will discover how students can design seed savers from simple materials to protect seeds for future use. You will be provided with a step-by- step look at a classroom-ready learning experience for grade K-9 students.

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Build a Virtual Scavenger Hunt

December 15th, 2021

Create interactive scavenger hunts using Google My Maps and Google Forms. Learn how to design a sequence of questions and challenges that support the diverse needs of students. Explore opportunities for students to engage in cross-curricular learning and computational thinking. Add fun and discovery to student learning while teaching persistence and resilience with debugging activities.

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