Let’s Talk Science is a national charitable organization that offers free, curriculum-aligned, online educational programs and resources in K–12 science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) subjects for both students and educators in English and French.
Let's Talk Science staff will highlight new and upcoming opportunities, including events and Volunteer Outreach programming for students, National STEM Projects, and career and curriculum-aligned STEM resources and lesson plans that are readily accessible on our website.
In the second half of this session you will have an opportunity to explore Let’s Talk Science curriculum-aligned resources that support your goals of developing students’ future-ready skills in your subject area. These strategies help you have meaningful conversations and discussions, about career planning, all while addressing the expectations of your curriculum.
Through participation in this workshop, educators will:
Identify the importance of STEM courses to students’ future career choices.
Identify the skills necessary to be future-ready for success in the workplace.
Access strategies and practices to help students develop skills deemed necessary for the future world of work.
This session is full.
Tanya Clift has worked at a teacher in Surrey School District for more than 25 years. She has spent the majority of her career working with students in a variety of career education settings, from classroom based courses, to Coop learning models, to work experience programs and as a Career Facilitator in secondary schools. She is currently working in the Surrey School District Career Education Department as a District Career Facilitator supporting K - 12 teachers with the Career Education curriculum.
Adele Reynolds is a School Board Liaison for Let’s Talk Science who thrives on collaborating and building strong and amicable relationships. As part of the Relationships Team, she is responsible for managing and growing relationships with school boards and districts across Canada, supporting access to programming, delivering presentations, and representing Let’s Talk Science at events. Prior to joining Let’s Talk Science, Adele spent her career working in the K–12 educational publishing industry managing programs, teams, and content (English and French).