This past week LEARN hosted a workshop at LCEEQ conference on Maker Mindset. Participants interacted with our STEAM challenges and were exposed to shifting mindset. Great session with lots of wonderful educators. Presentation: Fostering a Maker Mindset (ppt) STEAM Challenges
The LEARN team lead a workshop at the latest instalment of Full STEAM Ahead. Teachers and coordinators across Quebec joined us for maker mindset exploration and participating in an artbot challenge.
LEARN showed teachers at Riverdale HS our STEAM Challenges and again introduced teachers to the growth mindset.
Our second day of collaborating with teachers in 2016-2017 brought us to Riverview School of Lester B. Pearson School Board in Verdun, Quebec. Teachers were full of ideas on how to make school more engaging for their students. Connect the head
The LEARN team started off the 2016-2017 school year with a series of workshops that focus on the growth mindset. Our first stop was at Pierre Elliot Trudeau Elementary school of the English Montreal School Board. Together teachers reflected, created,
The LEARN team was at Montreal’s Canadian Wide Science Fair in May where we presented “Making a case for makerspaces,” and welcomed students from across Canada to our interactive booth. It was three wonderful days of making with teachers and students.
On April 13th the LEARN team presented two sessions and hosted a POP-UP makerspace at the Library Symposium in Point Claire. It was an amazing. Thank you to the presenters and the attendees – we hope we planted a few
During the CLC symposium 2016 LEARN hosted a session called, “Makerspaces: Full STEAM Ahead.” Participants were asked to think about what they felt “Community” meant to them in their milieu, and they had to represent that by making an artifact out