Post-Workshop Information

We hope that your workshop sparked some interest and curiosity in your students! To keep the learning going, check out our curated list below of activities, ideas, and websites that build on the knowledge from today's workshop.

Our current Teacher Professional Development workshops aim to expand your own knowledge on incorporating digital skills and technologies in your classroom and pedagogy. We have a variety of topics within this theme and many different delivery options (we can do online, at Science World, at your school, or at conferences!) Let us help you in your practice!

And finally, browse our Science Store to stock up on tools and technology you can use in your classroom for 10% off today!

Tech-Up Workshops (Online & In-person)

Try additional challenges on the Bee Bot emulator using mats that were not used during the workshop. There are opportunities for incorporating coding with subjects like math and language arts among these additional mats. For example, students can use the School mat as an alternative method of storytelling.

Create your own challenges using a similar emulator with Gracie Codes.

Engage in offline coding activities such as grid coding or dance coding.

Tech-Up workshops are made possible in part by the generous support of: 

Online Science Adventures

Try the Paper Helicopters activity described in the session as a post-visit exploration with your students!

Field Trip Workshops

Try our Classroom Activity: The Swirls Around Us.

This workshop develops students' ideas around what matter is and how matter can change. Through hands-on experiments, students will learn to differentiate between chemical and physical change!

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Survivors

Artist: Jeff Kulak

Jeff is a senior graphic designer at Science World. His illustration work has been published in the Walrus, The National Post, Reader’s Digest and Chickadee Magazine. He loves to make music, ride bikes, and spend time in the forest.

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Egg BB

Artist: Jeff Kulak

Jeff is a senior graphic designer at Science World. His illustration work has been published in the Walrus, The National Post, Reader’s Digest and Chickadee Magazine. He loves to make music, ride bikes, and spend time in the forest.

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Comet Crisp

Artist: Jeff Kulak

Jeff is a senior graphic designer at Science World. His illustration work has been published in the Walrus, The National Post, Reader’s Digest and Chickadee Magazine. He loves to make music, ride bikes, and spend time in the forest.

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T-Rex and Baby

Artist: Michelle Yong

Michelle is a designer with a focus on creating joyful digital experiences! She enjoys exploring the potential forms that an idea can express itself in and helping then take shape.

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Buddy the T-Rex

Artist: Michelle Yong

Michelle is a designer with a focus on creating joyful digital experiences! She enjoys exploring the potential forms that an idea can express itself in and helping then take shape.

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Geodessy

Artist: Michelle Yong

Michelle is a designer with a focus on creating joyful digital experiences! She enjoys exploring the potential forms that an idea can express itself in and helping then take shape.

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Science Buddies

Artist: Ty Dale

From Canada, Ty was born in Vancouver, British Columbia in 1993. From his chaotic workspace he draws in several different illustrative styles with thick outlines, bold colours and quirky-child like drawings. Ty distils the world around him into its basic geometry, prompting us to look at the mundane in a different way.

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Western Dinosaur

Artist: Ty Dale

From Canada, Ty was born in Vancouver, British Columbia in 1993. From his chaotic workspace he draws in several different illustrative styles with thick outlines, bold colours and quirky-child like drawings. Ty distils the world around him into its basic geometry, prompting us to look at the mundane in a different way.

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Time-Travel T-Rex

Artist: Ty Dale

From Canada, Ty was born in Vancouver, British Columbia in 1993. From his chaotic workspace he draws in several different illustrative styles with thick outlines, bold colours and quirky-child like drawings. Ty distils the world around him into its basic geometry, prompting us to look at the mundane in a different way.