Free virtual learning event for your kiddos! Friday, Feb 10th, 10-11am ET! Register here! Details below from Heather Sherman from UHN: On February 10th from 10-11am ET, the Krembil Research Institute at UHN will be hosting our 3rd annual virtual event in support of International Day of Women and Girls in Science! This free, public event is […]
Formerly known as Sciematics, the SSTS is excited to bring you Spark on May 12th-13th, 2023, at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, SK! This year’s theme is “Equilibrium – Finding a New Balance”. Please go to the Spark – Our Conference page for more information!
See the following resources from Let’s Talk Science! (Sorry, it’s a bit tough to convert from an email) Learn with your students this FallEducator / Grades 1 – 9 & Students LIVE STEM co-learning broadcasts are back for another school year. Sign-up for our fall offerings by clicking here. Professional Learning Become Certified with flexible professional
A wonderful, free English and French resource for science educators. Just requires a quick sign-in process! Science teachers (grades 4 to 12) can use a FREE teacher-developed inquiry-based program called Kids Boost Immunity. There is a broad range of cross-curricular lessons for Grades 4 to 7. Learning modules Include 5 or more lessons for teachers to
Check out the information about this classroom opportunity coming up in May! Virtual Field Trip to Canada’s Largest Youth STEM Event – May 18-20, 2022 (Grade 5-11) FREE Grades 5-11 students have an opportunity to explore the country’s largest youth science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) event – Canada-Wide Science Fair (CWSF). A virtual field trip
The CanSat Design Challenge 2021-22 for Canadian High Schools – CanSat-2021-22_Brochure PDF available here as well What is the CanSat Design Challenge? The CanSat Design Challenge is a competition for Canadian high schools and select community colleges to design and build a CanSat. What’s a CanSat? A CanSat is a simplified satellite which is the
Saskatoon Industry Education Council (SIEC) have an October Spotlight on Careers: Science & Technology Activities are happening all next week for teachers and students to pop into via Zoom (October 19th-23rd)! More information available here: October – Spotlight on Science & Technology Information Visit www.saskatooniec.ca for additional information as well!
An free online virtual professional development summit is coming May 4th-May 8th from Let’s Talk Science! It focuses on Digital Literacy, online learning, and supporting students with EdTech! Register today through the additional details below: May 4-8, join us (and colleagues from across Canada) for the New Digital Literacy virtual summit! Sessions include keynote talks
A new issue (Winter 2020) of Accelerator is out! Available here! Some topics in this issue: AITC Resources & Workshop information Carla Cooper’s experience at MILSET 2019 Ways to use Tech in the Classroom by Judson Trenholm Sciematics 2020 Presenter Information Be sure to visit our SSTS Accelerator tab above to access previous issues! Accelerator is
Sciematics 2020 is approaching (April 30th and May 1st)! Register now if you plan to attend to take advantage of Early Bird registration prices! Here is a bunch of information from our Sciematics page (above or at http://www.ssts.ca/sciematics/): Interested in Attending? Click here to register or visit our Participants page! Register before the early bird deadline of March