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Professional Learning Summer Institute - Corner Brook, NL

Inquiry and Technological Problem Solving as Contexts for Numeracy

This workshop is open to all Kindergarten to Grade 3 and Early Childhood Educators

Tuesday, 29 August 2017 at 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM (NDT)
(Registration: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM)

S.D. Cook Building
4 Fern Street
Corner Brook, NL

Session Fee: $50. Includes a full day of professional learning, morning refreshments, lunch and classroom posters to support inquiry and problem solving. Thanks to continued funding support from Hibernia Management & Development Company Ltd. all registrants who attend this session will receive a full refund.

BONUS: Register for this workshop and you’ll be entered into a draw for a chance to win a Samsung tablet valued at CDN$200!

Event Details

This professional learning session will provide Early Years and Kindergarten to Grade 3 educators opportunities to explore effective learning strategies that purposefully integrate skills and concepts related to mathematical thinking with scientific inquiries and design and build challenges (technological problem solving).

Participants will:

  • gain hands-on experience with scientific inquiries and design and build (technological problem solving) challenges that integrate skills and concepts related to numeracy  in a meaningful way.
  • learn how science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) support development of students’ critical thinking, creativity, communication and collaboration skills.
  • meet and collaborate with colleagues and engage in meaningful discussions that support program planning in early STEM education.

Facilitated by:

Lynn Fitzpatrick, Education Program Consultant, Let’s Talk Science

What educators are saying about Let’s Talk Science Professional Learning…

This has been the best professional development I have experienced. The facilitators were knowledgeable and approachable. The ideas and resources they offered were quite valuable. Thank-you for a wonderful learning experience. - Madelyn Lee, Gould’s Elementary, Grade 2

Want more information?

Please contact Lynn at lfitzpatrick@letstalkscience.ca

Supported By:

NLESD

<pHibernia

 

Let’s Talk Science Visionary Supporters

Mitchell A. Baran Government of Canada Hibernia Government of Ontario Trottier


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Cancellation / Refund Policy

Cancellation/Refund Policy

Let’s Talk Science IdeaPark Professional Learning Summer Institutes incur certain expenses prior to a scheduled event occurring. It is therefore necessary to establish the following refund and cancellation policy:

Cancellations occurring a minimum of 15 days before the registered event will be refunded 100% less a $25 non refundable processing fee. Written requests for cancellation must be emailed to educators@exploreideapark.org on or prior to the 15 day refund time period for the registered event. Telephone requests will not be honoured. 

Eligible refunds will be processed in the form of payment received within 4 weeks after the conclusion of the registered event.

Cancellation less than 15 days before the scheduled event will result in no refund. 

Registrants who are “no shows” for a scheduled event are not eligible for a refund.

Let’s Talk Science reserves the right to cancel a Professional Learning event 10 days prior to an event due to low registration. In the unlikely event of a cancellation, all participants will be notified by email and will receive a 100% refund.

Questions?

Contact Let's Talk Science by email at educators@exploreideapark.org .