Now Offering Virtual Workshops
After 31 years, Scientists in School is branching out. To support young scientists, teachers and parents during COVID, we are now delivering our engaging hands-on STEM workshops virtually. All of the highly investigative activities you expect, delivered safely and seamlessly to your classroom or community organization by a team of topic expert presenters.
Your inquisitive students, under the guidance
of experts, will become scientists, engineers
and environmental stewards while developing
the global competency skills they need to
become tomorrow’s STEM workforce.
Our virtual classroom and community workshops bring:
View all our classroom workshops here. Once you’ve decided what works for you, fill out our new teacher form and a member of our team will approve your application. You can then book a workshop and view all your workshop details.
Our virtual workshops are simple and easy to setup.
Step 1 – View our classroom workshop topics. Choose your preferred topic(s)
Step 2 – Create an account
Step 3 – Book a workshop
Step 4 – Receive Mini Science Bags
Step 5 – Join Microsoft Teams Meeting
Step 6 – Our expert presenter will lead workshop remotely
Create a free account to view all available workshops
The future of Canada depends on the next generation of innovators and entrepreneurs. We engage children in hands-on classroom and community STEM workshops, encouraging them to question, investigate and discover science in the world around them. Sparking a long-lasting interest in STEM and the environment, inspiring children to think differently about a future STEM career path and challenging them to succeed are just a few of the things we accomplish in every workshop. We want children to believe they can achieve things they never thought were possible, until they had Scientists in School.Learn More
Being a scientist is about asking questions, being curious, exploring, and experimenting – all things that children are naturally good at. Working together we can inspire young people in a way that will help them be successful, productive, and engaged in their communities.View Resources
By becoming involved with Scientists in School, you are choosing to invest your time, expertise or money in something bigger than our organization; you are giving children the chance to develop skills, explore science and get excited about learning.Get Involved
What Makes a Bird a Bird? Ask a scientist to describe a bird and the answer may include a detailed description of a bird’s appearance or anatomy. Scientifically speaking, birds are vertebrates (they have a backbone) with feathers and wings. They have beaks or bills and they breathe with lungs. They are oviparous (they lay