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Let's Talk Science will be facilitating LIVE STEM broadcasts to classrooms across Canada. These co-learning broadcasts are embedded professional learning opportunities for educators to learn alongside their students. In addition to supporting reflective teacher practice, the broadcasts also provide post-learning opportunities for the educators as a way to extend student learning between broadcasts. All Broadcasts are connected to the Let’s Talk Science learning pathways.

During the broadcasts, a Let’s Talk Science facilitator will lead students through, and model for educators, learning strategies and activities designed to introduce and reinforce science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) concepts.

The broadcasts will be provided in English and French and aimed at a variety of grade levels: Kindergarten, Grades 1 to 3, Grades 4 to 6 and Grades 7 to 9.

Each broadcast will be 45 minutes in length. 

Once registered, all participants will gain access to a supporting course a week before the live broadcast. Included in the course is information on how to join the broadcasts live, a brief overview of the broadcast, a list of the materials required to participate in the activities and post-broadcast support materials. In addition, a link to watch a recording of the broadcast will be made available to watch on-demand where participation in the live broadcast is not possible. 

Upcoming Broadcasts

LIVE STEM

LIVE STEM | STEM and Computational Thinking

Educator
Student

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.

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LIVE STEM | STEM and Computational Thinking

Educator
Student

February 7 & 8

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.

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LIVE STEM | Clothing and Water Systems

Educator
Student

In this Broadcast, students will develop their skills of reflection and collaborative learning as they explore the impact of water usage and pollution throughout our clothing systems. They will also explore green jobs in a bonus opportunity to participate in a connected Curious Careers experience.

Each broadcast will be 45 minutes in length.