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Social Distancing: Prototype, Design & Build
In this webinar, explore the design and build process to use with students to identify, design and refine prototypes that enforce social distancing. The exploration will be an interactive approach to addressing a relevant world issue. Keep the social distancing conversation happening in an educational and fun-filled way.

The session length is 30 minutes plus time for Q&A after the presentation.

As part of our Back to School series, Let's Talk Science is offering a month of webinars. Find out more about the series by visiting our website letstalkscience.ca

Sep 29, 2020 04:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Anju Bajaj
Anju teaches Junior High Science and is the K-8 Science Coordinator for her school in Winnipeg Manitoba. As part of her drive to encourage ALL students she uses and promotes engaging hands-on learning and interaction with visiting “experts”within and beyond the classroom. At her school she leads the Kids’ New Horizons Club, where students connect science curriculum and STEM education to the beyond the school world. She has also established a number of clubs in her school. These include the Youth Encouraging Sustainability Club, the Science Club, and Robotics Club. Various students from these clubs interact with researchers at the St. Boniface Hospital Research and Cancer Care Manitoba.
Cheryl Donovan-White
Education Specialist @Let's Talk Science
Cheryl Donovan-White joined the Let’s Talk Science team in the fall of 2016. In her role as Education Specialist, Professional Learning, she supports educators through the development and delivery of professional learning opportunities. Cheryl has over 30 years of experience in the education system in Newfoundland and Labrador. She has been a science teacher at both the intermediate and secondary levels, a science department head, and an assistant principal at an intermediate school. During her time in the school system, she served on various department and district committees where she was involved with curriculum development and professional learning. Prior to retiring, Cheryl was Program Specialist, School Development at the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.