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Engineering Career Videos

We now have transcripts for all our career videos, they are a great resource for career-related class projects!

If you have any ideas on how we can assist you in promoting science and engineering careers to girls in your class/school, we’d love to hear from you. Please email WISEatlantic@msvu.ca
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Diversity Poster Series

 

Diversity Poster Series

Our new Diversity Poster Series features local women in STEM careers

If you would like a class set of the series, email us at WISEatlantic@msvu.ca!

  • Free computer programming platforms. Scratch is geared for Junior High students and Alice is for High School students. MIT App Inventor is another great platform for both age groups.
  • How-To-Smile is a great website with lots of science and math lesson plans for all age groups.

 

Watch our DNA extraction video, it's a great activity to do with a class!

 

 

Take the gender-career test! Are you unconsciously biased?

If you would like WISEatlantic to talk to your junior or senior high students about careers in science, provide role models or lesson plans on using zebrafish in the classroom, please e-mail WISEatlantic@msvu.ca.

FIRST LEGO League (FLL) is a robotics program that is designed to get students interested in science and technology. These programs are currently available in Atlantic Canada!

WISEatlantic currently provides sponsorship for FLL teams; download the sponsorship application.

Get students involved by visiting Let's Talk Science for events and challenges.

Find out more about the current and projected state of science education in Canada. Read the Executive Summary of Results from the Pan-Canadian Expert Panel

Career Choices and Influencers in STEM: an analysis in the Maritime Provinces

Read the first phase of the research study, "Career Choices and Influencers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math: an analysis in the Maritime Provinces" here.. ***Updated report coming in November 2016 – email us if you want to attend the release event or receive a copy of the report.

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