More Free Programs from Live Learning Canada

We would like to offer you and your students an opportunity to try a few of Live Learning Canada‘s K-12 live streaming educational programs for free! Simply choose a program from the list below, click on the link to register, and you will receive the program link via email. Then, on the date and time of the live streaming event, simply click on the link you received by email, sit back, and enjoy an educational live streaming program on us!

At Live Learning Canada, live streaming means broadcasting an event taking place in real time to a live audience (you) by sharing video over the internet. Live streams are delivered one-way which means our content partners can’t see you, but you can see and interact with them using the zoom platform. Information about the technology requirements is included below.





FREE LIVE STREAMING PROGRAMS


Trash Free- No Debris

Expert: Sea Turtle, Inc.

Theme: Our Environment: Earth Month

Program Date:  4/4/2019

Program Time: 1:10 PM EST

Grades: 6,7,8,9,10,11,12

Subject/ Content Areas: STEM, Science, Sustainability, Pollution

Program Description:

This program outlines the dangers of marine debris to our ocean community and emphasizes the importance of picking up trash and keeping our beaches clean. Program includes live visits from some of our sea turtle patients affected by marine debris in their environment.

Link to Join Program: 1:10PM EST

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vAsQjLTuRSWLtf5_tFXRoA


Tooned Into Animation

Expert: The Paley Center for Media

Theme: International: World NGO Day

Program Date: 4/16/2019

Program Times: 11:10 AM EST & 1:10PM EST

Grades: 3,4,5,6,7

Subject/ Content Areas: STEM, Science, Animation

Program Description:

In celebration of World Creativity Week, experience the magic of animation and learn about the process behind one of television’s most creative forms. Students will watch a series of clips and have the chance to create their own flip books.

Link to Join Program: 11:10AM EST

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Da4-gnziSCaDak3NGGOTDw

Link to Join Program: 1:10PM EST

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_nnBKMyIKQaenoP3btm9AKg


Cinco De Mayo

Expert: The Mexic-Arte Museum

Theme: World History, World Art: Cinco de Mayo

Program Date: 5/3/2019

Program Times: 12:10PM EST & 1:10PM EST

Grades: 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12

Subject/ Content Areas: Art, History, Culture, Mexico, Spanish, Language

Program Description:

Cinco de Mayo is a celebration of Mexican history. Often mistaken for Mexican Independence Day, students will learn that this important holiday does not commemorate Mexico’s independence from Spain, but marks Mexico’s unexpected victory over France at the Battle of Puebla. Although the French army eventually won, the Battle is important for two reasons: Mexico defeated a much bigger and more equipped French army against all odds and since the Battle of Puebla, no country in the Americas has been invaded by any other European military force. Discover the richness of this historic event by learning about the battle, why we celebrate Cinco de Mayo today, and other cultural traditions related to the historic city where this Battle took place – Puebla.

Link to Join Program: 12:10PM EST

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9scdtyfUR06jWCP4uatugg

Link to Join Program: 1:10PM EST

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_TAUUVxxPQgO4UC9yhopbFQ


Asteroids, Comets, Meteors: Oh My!

Expert: California Academy of Sciences

Theme: Our Universe: International Astronomy Day

Program Date: 3/5/2019

Program Times: 12:10PM EST & 1:10PM EST

Grades: 6,7,8

Subject/ Content Areas: STEM, Science, Space, Universe

Program Description:

Within the vast expanses of our solar system, between the planets and beyond, amazing discoveries about asteroids, comets, and meteors are currently being made. Students took on the role of working as an astronomer by using hands-on models to explore “small bodies” in our solar system, and took a guided virtual tour. Throughout this interactive program, classes had the opportunity to ask educators questions and engage in learning conversations. This program integrates the Next Generation Science Standards by focusing on: – Crosscutting Concept: Scale, Proportion and Quantity, – Science and Engineering Practice: Developing and Using Models

Link to Join Program: 12:10PM EST

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_EGMphEo-RpelBBU1C33ptA

Link to Join Program: 1:10PM EST

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_GIfoS5NaRO2c-x4K1KDXDg


My Tunes

Expert: River Music Experience

Theme: National Songwriting Day

Program Date: 5/21/2019

Program Time: 11:10AM EST & 1:10 PM EST

Grades: 6,7,8,9

Subject/ Content Areas: Music, Songwriting, Writing

Program Description:

This class will explore, encourage and develop your unique songwriting voice. Instruction will include an overview of prevailing writing techniques followed by an in-depth look at idea advancement, song narrative, structure and musical composition. This program will be hosted by Lojo Russo and the River Music Experience in Davenport, Iowa. Logo is a working musician who has performed professionally for almost 20 years and has produced and recorded more than 10 albums of original material.

Link to Join Program: 11:10AM EST

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lRU8W2iwSOSGMabIUTZmjg

Link to Join Program: 1:10PM EST

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_8F2FIhYVSHCTMo-EvYxD4A


Coastal Critters, Life Between the Tides

Expert: Seacoast Science Center

Theme: Oceans Alive: World Ocean Month

Program Date: 6/4/2019

Program Time: 11:10AM & 1:10 PM EST

Grades: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8

Subject/ Content Areas: STEM, Science, Marine Science, Sustainability

Program Description:

Life between the tides can be tough. Join Seacoast Science Center naturalists for a virtual field trip to the shore, to explore the animals and plants that make inter tidal habitats their home. Learn about some of their amazing and sometimes funny physical and behavioral adaptations that make life in these challenging environments possible. This program highlights how individual species and entire classes of creatures have adapted to survive on the rocky shore, the sandy beach and the salt marsh. Students will see dramatic time-lapse images of the tidal cycle, videos of animal behavior, sea stars eating, lobsters molting, and footage of our tide pools. Our Seacoast Science Center naturalist will bring out live animals, demonstrate how these inter tidal animals feed, hunt, and protect themselves, and take students on a virtual trip to the Center and its tide pools.

Link to Join Program: 11:10AM EST

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lRU8W2iwSOSGMabIUTZmjg

Link to Join Program: 1:10PM EST

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_8F2FIhYVSHCTMo-EvYxD4A


TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS

In order to participate in our Live Learning Canada live streaming programs, all you need is a computer with a stable internet connection, and the zoom client software (a safe, quick and easy download). 

*No webcam required. Live streams are delivered one way from our content partners to you, the participants. Our content partners can’t see you, but you can see them.

Download your preferred Zoom Client (choose your device from the list) to participate in Live Learning Canada’s live streaming programs. Learn more about Zoom.

If you have any questions, please contact us.


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