Science World is committed
to supporting teachers in BC.
As we face unprecedented challenges for teaching and learning, our goal is to continue to support you to create great STEM learning experiences for your students. On this page you will find highlighted activities from our Resources, curated links and opportunities to connect with our educators through workshops and direct sessions.
In fall 2021 Science World is welcoming schools on field trips to the dome and providing online school programs for those who can’t visit in person. We notify teachers of new offerings and opportunities through our educator's newsletter.
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Kaleidoscope Science Store for Teachers
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Plan your field trip in person!
Teachers who pay annual fees to the BC TRB may prepare for their field trip by visiting Science World ahead of the trip. Pre-book your Teacher's Preview Pass visit by emailing email@example.com. On the day of your visit, present your ID at admissions to gain entry (2 free general admission visits per year; special exhibition fees are not included) and receive 10% off all items in Kaleidoscope, our science store.
STEAM Days of Summer
With the current restrictions in BC, Science World has made the difficult decision not to run STEAM Day of Summer 2021.
STEAM Days of Summer is Science World's multi-day summer professional learning workshop for educators. Participants delve into innovative strategies for teaching STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and design, and math) while networking with colleagues throughout BC.
More Science Fun
Big Science for Little Hands at Home
Stay tuned for more information on when we'll be going live again.
Missed live shows? Don't worry, you can check out the action from past livestreams below or on YouTube.
Watch the scientific demonstrations you know and love, using everyday items you can find in your home. Then, try it yourself! Share your own version of your favourite activity on social media using #ShowUsYourScience. Watch all videos on YouTube.