Science for All – Engaging our Future
Education for Innovation
Canadian Innovation Space will be participating at STAO 2018, to bring our free, bilingual Education for Innovation (E4I) resources to teachers in Ontario.
Together with Nipissing University’s Schulich School of Education, the RHF launched three educational resources that teachers can use to teach innovation skills from Kindergarten to Grade 12. The free resources support K-12 curriculum across Canada and focus on innovation skills that can be applied across a range of subjects and sectors, including the arts, physical education, health, science and social studies. You can download our free resources here.
The resources were developed using innovation stories from Ingenious and Innovation Nation, written by the Right Honourable David Johnston, 28th Governor General of Canada and Tom Jenkins and we will be providing one book to every school that comes visit our booth at STAO. You can find out more about our books here.
What is STAO?
The Science Teachers’ Association of Ontario was established in 1890. It is registered as an incorporated non-profit organization with the province of Ontario.
The objectives of STAO/APSO are:
- to stimulate and improve the teaching of science in Ontario,
- to co-ordinate the activities of its members,
- and to disseminate information related to science teaching to its members.
Join us on November 8-10, 2018 and find more here