Teaching Future-Ready Skills with STEM
Let's Talk Science is committed to supporting Canadian teachers and students by providing high-quality career planning resources. In this introduction to Teaching Future-Ready Skills With STEM, we provide resources and lessons prepared for teachers to adapt for their students on the following topics:
- Global Competencies
- Careers of the Future
- Taking Career Risks
- FlipGrid Career Showcase
- Occupational Fit
Each module has several lessons for educators, with the following resources:
- Printable Handouts
- Reproducible Documents
- Suggested Teaching Strategies
- Possible Classroom Activities
By the end of this course, you will:
- describe the importance of and identify the six Pan-Canadian Global Competencies, looking at the connections with these competencies and the future careers for which your students may be interested;
- reflect on personal strengths and experience to support connection with students and growth in their own career goals;
- explore future careers with your students and discuss how automation is transforming the world of work;
- distinguish between dangerous and safe risk-taking in your career;
- engage with Flipgrid video to support student learning about careers; and
- reflect on occupational fit and how this may influence your students’ career choices.
This course is a self-paced course. To obtain your completion badge for this course, you will have to complete a self-reflection.
This course is suitable for educators teaching grade 7 to grade 12.
This course should take you 2-3 hours to complete.
Earn Your Badge
Upon navigating all of the content and completing the self-reflections, you will receive your digital badge. You can add this badge to your professional portfolio.
Looking for this course in French? Click on this link to be redirected to the French course catalogue.
The syllabus page shows a table-oriented view of the course schedule, and the basics of course grading. You can add any other comments, notes, or thoughts you have about the course structure, course policies or anything else.
To add some comments, click the "Edit" link at the top.