With students spending more time learning from home, we would like to provide opportunities to participate in workshops that we would typically deliver in-person at local schools!

Join us this spring for a range of curriculum-linked and STEM topics with hands-on activities!

All workshops will require a device with Internet, a camera, and a microphone.

If you are a teacher, with a full class online, book a group session here.

Workshop Offerings:

Date and Time



Workshop Name


Mon, May 17, 2021 9:30-11:00am Grade 2-5 Scratch Programming An introduction to programming concepts with no hard coding involved! Using Scratch, a visual programming software, students will create games and animations that enhance science and technology knowledge.
Wed, May 26, 2021 9:30-11:00am Grade 3-5 Drawing with Processing Programming Students will learn basic coding by taking simple drawing commands and converting them to coding in Processing.
Fri, June 4, 2021 9:30-11:00am Grade 3-6 3D Modelling with Programming Using TinkerCAD Codeblocks, a visual programming tool, students will learn the basics of the coordinate system and 3D modelling to create moving designs.
Wed, June 9, 2021 9:30-11:00am Grade 6-10 Python Programming Children will take the basics of programming to the next level and begin to put their logical thinking to the test with Python. Learn about functions, conditional programming and begin to work with the syntax of an industry standard language!
Mon, June 14, 2021 9:30-11:00am Grade 4-6 Connecting the Circuit Online This workshop puts the power of electronics in the hands of everyone! Students will learn about circuits and electronic components like LEDs and resistors. Using an online software, they will discover how electrical devices work by designing and testing their own creations with no soldering or wiring required.
Wed, June 23, 2021 9:30-11:00am Grade 2-4 Virtual Ecosystems Programming Using Scratch – an online block-coding software, create a video game while learning about ecosystems! Add in characters and code them to interact with one another!