Enrichment for Educators | Teacher Enrichment

 

Enrichment for Educators Programs | Created FOR Educators BY Teachers

Teachers and community educators have the opportunity to learn new skills for their classroom, camp, or community site.  Learn and apply new technology or develop a repertoire of new science experiments in a focused environment on the campus of Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario.

 


APPlicable Technology | July 10-12, 2017students on the computer

Learn – Practice – Master software and technology used by today’s students and educators.

Learn about:

  • Google Classroom and One Note Class NoteBook
  • Augmented Reality such as: Aurasma and Think Link
  • Apps such as: Chatterpix, Book Creator, Sway,   Explain Everything, Draw and Tell
  • Digital portfolios using Office365 and Google
  • Coding, gamification, and robotics in the classroom
  • Social Media tips, tricks, and safety

This course is taught by Mistene Clapp B.A., M.S.T., 

Connected Technology Teacher, LDSB

 

Science DIY – Pop-up Science Labs |  July 12-14, 2017

Make every day “Experiment Day” with experiments for grade 5-8 students.  Investigation and experimentation spark curiosity and challenge students to examine their world, but can be challenging to facilitate in some learning spaces.  Whether you have a classroom or open space, you can make science come alive with:

  Human Organ Systems and Cells

 Forces on Structures

 Properties of Fluids

 Flight and the Properties of Air

Space

This course is taught by Queen’s graduate students, instructors, and faculty.


These 2 ½ day courses include:

  • 19 hours of instruction
  • lunch
  • evening excursions with the opportunity to practice what you learn in class
  • Residence Option includes premium on-campus accommodations

Links and Downloadable Resources

2017 Enrichment for Educators At A Glance