PD Opportunities

Professional Development Opportunities in STEAM

With Science Fair fast approaching, Science East is offering workshops and advisory sessions at your school for students and teachers.  Rather than making the same presentation every class, they can focus on your needs! See the flyer for more details! http://stemnorth.nbed.nb.ca/pd-opportunities/gallery/science-fair-workshops-offered-science-east


Thanks to funding support from the Government of Canada’s CanCode program, LTS are now able to offer financial assistance in the form of a travel subsidy pool to teachers who are travelling more than 150 km to attend the Moncton summit. 


Partial coverage of travel expenses will be based on a percentage of total applications received and distance of travel.

To participate in the travel pool, educators will need to register for the summit by end of day Wednesday, February 19, 2020. As a reminder, the registration link for the Moncton summit is here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/84828467229

A New Digital Literacy for Educators - Moncton NB

February 22nd, 2020
Grades: K-12

All Educators welcome

Start off your day with a dynamic keynote experience. Continue your professional learning journey by attending a grade-appropriate workshop developed to equip educators with the knowledge to empower students with the digital skills to thrive in the globally connected, technology-rich world. Take away ready-to-use curriculum-aligned resources and challenges to use with your students right away in the classroom. Please bring your own laptop or device to use during the workshop.

A complimentary lunch will be provided to participants during the workshop, from 12:00 pm to 12:45 pm. Let’s Talk Science would like to thank our major sponsor, the Government of Canada, for providing funding for this event through their CanCode initiative.

Posted: October 4, 2019

PocketLab devices connect with a single button to a smart phone, tablet, Chromebook, or computer and instantly stream data that you can see and record. PocketLab has the same features as lab equipment that costs thousands of dollars but is low cost and intuitive to use.
If you currently have a PocketLab device, you can check out these mini-webinars to get started! If you don't, and would like to know more about them please contact Krista Hamilton (ASD-N Science Lead) for more information.
PocketLab Voyager Mini-Webinars:
The Basics - 10 minutes - Click Here
In this webinar, you will get connected, use the PocketLab Web App, record data, and use the data analysis features. 

Advanced Use Cases - 9 minutes - Click Here
In this webinar, you will measure two graphs at once, use the rangefinder in a position and velocity experiment, and learn the unique features of VelocityLab.
PocketLab Air Mini-Webinars: 
The Basics - 10 minutes - Click Here
In this webinar, you will get connected, use the PocketLab Web App, record data, and use the data analysis features.

Advanced Use Cases - 10 minutes - Click Here

In this webinar, you will learn about sensor calibration, map PocketLab Air data to your geo-location, and use Memory Mode.

Posted: September 10, 2019



Are you looking to start a Makerspace in your school? Our STEAM Leads will be offering a supper PL that will focus on the basics of launching a Makerspace. Topics will include: suggested materials to get started, suggestions for meeting cross-curricular outcomes, tips to organize the space, guidance on funding opportunities, and more. 


Please fill out the following form to let us know if you are able to join us September 16, Miramichi Ed. Center 4:00-5:30 or September 18, Jacquet River School 4:00-5:30:

Makerspace PL Form Registration 

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