Teacher Workshops to inspire your teaching

Teacher Workshops

"Thank you for the best teacher workshop I have ever attended!!! I enjoyed your hands-on approach—the handouts, rocks and fossils, books, websites and lecture helped me to build a very valuable teaching toolbox." Teacher quote

Save the date! Science Symposium 2013 will be on October 8, 9 and 10 at Forest Lawn High School

  • Grades 1-3, evening of October 10
  • Grades 4-6, evening of October 9
  • Grades 7-9, evening of October 8
  • Workshops are co-led by a teacher, and a scientist
  • Teacher presenters ensure practical and grade-appropriate activities
  • Scientist presenters provide scientific background and relate the topic to everyday life
  • High-quality PD provides activities and ideas that can be implemented in the classroom “next day”.

Registration will open here in late summer. Pre-register now and we will email you as soon as registration opens.

Learn to teach science with confidence and passion! CSN's professional development workshops are co-led by an enthusiastic scientist and an experienced teacher, ensuring accurate science and classroom-friendly activities. Get your students excited about science with next-day lesson ideas and hands-on, minds-on activities. Watch the video below to find out why you should participate in a Teacher Workshop! If this video does not display in your browser window view it here.

Register and pay for workshops securely online! Use Visa, Mastercard, American Express or your PayPal account.

Contact the Workshops Coordinator with any questions.

Summer Institute for Elementary Teachers
The Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation is hosting its third annual Summer Institute for Elementary Teachers in Ottawa this July. Early bird registration (before May 31st) $120. Fee includes workshop materials, on-site meals and accomodations. More details.... Application form...

Teacher Workshops are effective and unique!

  • Hands-on activities
  • Direct curriculum connections
  • Interactive format
  • Peer networking opportunities
  • Scientist-teacher presenter teams
  • Extensive handouts
  • Science background

For information about Scientists & Engineers-in-the-Classroom, JH/SH Science & Technology, Project Explorer, Science Fair Judging and more, follow the links below. If you cannot find what you are looking for please contact us!