No bubbles and potions: the magic behind exploring sciences
9:30am - 10:15am Talking points surround: - understanding chemistry and other science ourselves, grappling with resources - how do we approach real-life chemistry/ physics/ biology - asking the right questions for exploring - are you talking about stars.. and understanding this thing called space.
10:30am-11:15am In our second presentation, Gabrielle Doyle from the Calgary Public Library will be sharing with you everything that you have ever wanted to know about the Calgary Public Library. It's not just books anymore! With amazing e-resources to early literacy play and learning centres, to community programs; there is something for everyone.
1:30pm - 2:15pm The coming decade will be defined by the largest workforce transformation in the history of mankind. Dennis Kameitz from Robots.Education is going to give us some insight into new technologies and the impact/opportunities they will create and why strong tech skills and advanced problem solving abilities are essential across all career paths. He will discuss how we can overcome some of the challenges or teaching tech as home educators and steps we can take to ensure we are including these skills in our education plans.