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Professional Development

We provide online resources, courses and events designed to help integrate STEAM activities into your classroom

We focus on activities related to BC's ADST and Science Curriculum. Our professional development days will leave you with fresh ideas, inspiration, and resources to effectively deliver STEAM content to your students.

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Makerspaces Across the Curriculums

Grades: 3 - 7
Empowering learners to innovate, design and create with makerspaces across multiple curriculums!
Vancouver: Jul 24 - 25, 2023
Surrey: Aug 14 – 15, 2023
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The Power of Play Based Coding

Grades: 5 - 8
Empowering Teachers with the confidence to teach and extend their students coding skills through play-based activities!
Surrey: Aug 16 – 17, 2023
Vancouver: Aug 23 - 24 , 2023
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Emerging Techniques in Teaching High School STEM

Grades: 8 - 12
Equipping High School Educators with ready-to-go STEAM projects.
Vancouver: Jul 26 - 27, 2023
Vancouver: Aug 21 - 22, 2023
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Teacher Resources

Lesson plans we have created for you to bring to your classroom

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Grades
5
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12
1
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1.5
Hours

AI Image Filter

AI
Coding
Scratch

Students will use Teachable Machine and Scratch to train an AI model to recognize specific gestures. This project fosters an understanding of AI applications, limitations, trustworthiness, and bias.

Designed by
Reid
Grades
3
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7
1
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2
Hours

Generative Art In Scratch

Coding
Art
Scratch

Students will learn about algorithms and how they can be used to generate visual art in Scratch

Designed by
Reid
Grades
3
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6
1
-
1.5
Hours

Off-Road Wheelchair

Design Challenge
Engineering

Students will explore the empathy aspect of the applied design steps. They will come up with possible solutions to help eliminate barriers for a fellow student in a wheelchair.

Designed by
Emily
Grades
0
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3
-
1
Hours

Toy Invention

Engineering
Design Challenge

After learning about different toy inventors, students will use the engineering design process to invent their own toy

Designed by
Emily

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