Science Street Professional training for teachers

This training program is designed to equip teachers with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively teach STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) concepts to their students using experimental methods. The program will also cover science communication best practices, enabling teachers to effectively communicate scientific concepts to their students and the broader community.

  • Understand the principles and importance of STEAM education and its role in preparing students for the future.
  • Explore various experimental methods for teaching STEAM concepts, including hands-on activities, project-based learning, and inquiry-based learning.
  • Learn how to design and implement effective STEAM lessons and activities that align with curriculum standards and engage students.
  • Develop skills in science communication, including how to communicate scientific concepts in an engaging and accessible way, how to use visual aids and storytelling techniques, and how to tailor communication to different audiences.
  • Understand the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion in STEAM education and science communication, and how to create inclusive learning environments.
  • Science Teachers
  • Science Communicators
  • Interested in homeschooling

Workshops Schedule

The one-day workshop aims to inspire and empower school teachers to effectively communicate and teach their curriculum using STEM principles and experimental play. By equipping teachers with practical strategies, resources, and collaborative opportunities, the workshop encourages them to create engaging learning environments that foster curiosity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills in their students.

Main topics
  • Teaching Sciences using Experimental Play Method. (1hr)
  • Integrating STEM into the Curriculum. (2hrs)

The two-day workshop aims to equip school teachers with the knowledge and skills to effectively communicate and teach their curriculum using technology tools, STEM principles and experimental play. Through hands-on training, collaborative activities, and discussions, teachers will explore a range of technology tools, develop strategies for integration, and reflect on their implementation in the classroom.

Main topics
  • Effective Science communication
  • Teaching Sciences using Experimental Play Method
  • Introduction to Computational Thinking approach
  • The AI Classroom
  • Multimedia in Teaching