UPDATE: In response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, Sciematics has been postponed to Spring 2021. Participants, Sponsors and Displayers will be contacted directly.
Sciematics is a provincial conference for science and math teachers. The theme this year is “emerging technologies” where you will get to experience the current trends in technology through innovative keynote speakers, displays, tours and presenters.
“Sciematics is a biannual provincial conference for elementary, middle years,and secondary science, computer science, and math educators. The purpose of the conference is to provide meaningful professional development that highlights current best practices and allows opportunities for cross-curricular and provincial networking. Sciematics 2020 will be hosted in partnership with the University of Saskatchewan, College of Agriculture and Bioresources, and the Saskatchewan Science Teachers’ Society on Thursday, April 30th – Friday, May 1st, 2020. The theme is “Emerging Technologies”. Through this conference, our hope is to engage Saskatchewan teachers in relevant learning in cooperation with the innovation occurring at the University of Saskatchewan and beyond, as we continue to implement math and science curriculum within our province. Our conference focus includes Inquiry, Differentiated Instruction, Technology, 21st Century Skills, Assessment, and supporting Planning and Instruction.”
Letter to Divisions: Sciematics 2020 Letter to Divisions
Sciematics 2020 – “Emerging Technologies”
Poster PDF Available here: Saskatchewan Science Teachers’ Society – Sciematics Poster
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