Schedule

Friday, October 25, 2019

    • Adventures in DIY science equipment
    • Design Thinking, what, where, why and how
    • FNESC Secondary Science First Peoples Teacher Resource Guide
    • FREE Online Science Program for Digital-Age Students: ‘Kids Boost Immunity’ includes culturally appropriate content and builds global citizenship.
    • Genome BC Geneskool: free life sciences resources for grade 9-12 teachers across BC
    • How to Make Science Education REAL with Coffee, Contests, Knuckle Cracking, and Calorimeters
    • Humane science education: your path to teaching up-to-date life science that respects Indigenous perspectives
    • Online Science Program for Digital-Age Students: ‘Kids Boost Immunity’ includes culturally appropriate content and builds global citizenship
    • Perimeter Institute Resource on Evidence for Climate Change: (Grade 10)
    • Teaching for Climate Change in Elementary Schools
    • Teaching Literacy Skills in Junior Science
    • Top 10 Assessments and Games to Engage Student Learning
    • Transforming Laboratory Investigations with Argument-Driven Inquiry

    • Argument-Driven Inquiry in the Life, Physical, and Earth-Space Sciences: Lab Investigations for Grades 6–8
    • “The Good, the Bad, and the Messy”: Secondary and Intermediate science lesson and strategies using contemporary Indigenous knowledge.
    • BC Tomorrow Land-Use Simulator: Innovative Technology for Sustainability Learning.
    • Discrepant Events
    • From Quarks to Black Holes: Engaging activities for Modern Physics in Junior Science
    • Genome BC Geneskool: free life sciences resources for grade 9-12 teachers across BC
    • How to use Curricular Competencies to Intentionally Redesign Secondary Science Classes
    • Making Connections: Improving Student Learning Opportunities Through a Remote Laboratory
    • Tools for Inquiry Eix & Eix
    • You’ve Got This One – Inquiry & Assessment in an Inquiry-Based Science Classroom
    • Young Computational Thinkers: Unplugged Coding in K-6

    • Argument-Driven Inquiry in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics: Lab Investigations for Grades 9–12
    • Computational Thinking in Practice
    • FNESC Science First Peoples 5-9
    • How to “Succeed” at Science Fairs
    • Land Based STEM
    • Magic for fun in and out of the classroom
    • SAFETY FIRST – School Science Lab Safety – Presented by FLINN SCIENTIFIC CANADA
    • STEM Careers and Virtual Reality in the Science Classroom
    • The Science of Computational Thinking
    • What’s the Big Idea? Hands-on Activities for Fields in Physics 12
    • You’ve Got This One – Inquiry & Assessment in an Inquiry-Based Science Classroom