Training Calendar

Engineering Design Challenges Three-Part Webinar Series led by Technovation - FREE

Thursday, November 19/ 2020 /12:00-1:00 pm PST/3:00-4:00 EST
Thursday, December 10/ 2020 /12:00-1:00 pm PST/3:00-4:00 EST

Over three hour-long sessions this fall with Technovation, you’ll become an expert in leading engineering design challenges online that help students develop engineering mindsets: 1) use the engineering design process; 2) envision multiple solutions; 3) evaluate and iterate; 4) persist and learn from failure; and 5) work in teams. Get ready for hands-on building during each session. You’ll be part of a supportive learning community. If you are looking for a way to step up your STEAM game in a fun and active way with your kids, this is for you. Help them think like engineers to build solutions to any sort of problem! These three sessions are for program staff (directors, STEM specialists, and facilitators) working with kids in 4th–8th grades.

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Session 2: Thursday November 19, 12:00-1:00 pm PST/3:00-4:00 EST:

Session 3: Thursday December 10, 12:00-1:00 pm PST/3:00-4:00 EST:

Learning About COVID-19 Activity Guide - FREE

Friday, November 20/ 2020 /10:00-11:00am PST
Tuesday, December 15/ 2020 /6:00-7:00pm PST
Wednesday, December 16/ 2020 /9:00-10:00am PST

This training will be an overview of all the Learning About Covid 19 Activity Guide. 40 activities were intentionally designed to teach students the science behind COVID-19 and to help foster greater social awareness and empathy.

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Friday, November 20/ 2020 /10:00-11:00am PST – Register Here

Tuesday, December 15/ 2020 /6:00-7:00pm PST – Register Here

Wednesday, December 16/ 2020 /9:00-10:00am PST – Register Here

Virtual Community Conversation (Coffee/Tea Hour) - FREE

November 24/ 2020 / 10:00am-11:00am
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We will pose several questions to discuss with peers around being prepared for unforeseen emergencies. Whether fire evacuation, pandemic outbreak, floods or suicidal incident, how can we be more prepared? Do we have a plan? Do youth know the plan? What do families know?