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We’re Recruiting Teacher Leader SuperHeroes to help build lightbulb moments! 


If you’re an educator who:

  • Is passionate about STEM-based learning
  • Wants to make a lasting impact on their school community
  • Enjoys creating regional & national connections with other educators

Join us and advance your career while developing leadership skills and leading other teachers in a supportive professional community.



What’s in it for you?

  • Networking opportunities with educators across Canada.
  • Facilitate Professional Learning sessions (compensated for your time.)
  • Build leadership skills through supporting fellow educators with STEM-based curriculum and easy-to-use resources.
  • Opportunity to lead a local professional learning community.
  • On-going support from Let’s Talk Science staff, including access to resources, webinars and one-on-one coaching from our team of facilitation specialists.
  • Exclusive in-person learning experiences where we dive deeper into educational leadership and explore trending topics while fostering community.

Program participants feel more confident in their ability to lead their colleagues in professional development & integrate STEM-based resources into their practice.

Who should apply?

Every educator is welcome to apply, including:

  • Classroom teachers
  • Specialists
  • Board consultants
  • Administrators
  • Educators at the Ministry level and those working with pre-service teachers.

There are no geographic restrictions, and educators in rural and remote areas are encouraged to apply.

Supporting educator professional growth through offering opportunities and resources in French and English.

Frequently asked questions
Q: What is the application process like?

A: Interested teachers must fill out the interest form to apply for the Let's Talk Science Teacher Leaders Program. Let's Talk Science reviews all applications submitted. If the applicant aligns with the program's goals and objectives, we will move the participant to the next stage of the application process which is to fill out a more detailed application form. Finally, we will check the references provided by the applicant. If all goes well, Let's Talk Science will contact the applicant to invite them to join the program. New Teacher Leaders typically join the program in late spring, and our program runs from July through June annually.

Q: What is the time commitment for the Teacher Leader Program?

A: Participants should expect to dedicate several monthly hours to program activities, including attending virtual meetings, facilitating sessions, participating in professional learning sessions, and engaging in other related activities.

Q: Does this program take place virtually or in person?

A: The program includes a mix of virtual and in-person opportunities. Regional Team meetings are typically held online, but team members can choose an in-person meeting if they are located close to one another. Additionally, our communities of practice take place through our virtual platforms.

Q: What is a professional learning community?

A: A professional learning community in education is a group that learns, shares knowledge and collaborates in a specific field or topic. The Teacher Leader Program offers a chance for Teacher Leaders to participate in communities of practice, which provide a professional learning opportunity for individuals with similar interests to join and learn together.