ESA Science – Lunchtime Tutorials – Today: “Grade 9 Electricity – Part 2”

ESA Science is pleased to continue their “Lunchtime Tutorials” for Grades 9 and 10.

Today (Thursday) Mr. Schumacher will review and provide enrichment for Grade 9: “Current Electricity – Concepts and Calculations, Part 2”. Students can attend Part 2 without having attended Part 1.

Next Thursday’s Grade 10 Tutorial will be a “light” review, with opportunities for reflection (and possibly, dispersion).

Tutorials take place in Room S14 and begin about 15 minutes into lunch. The atmosphere is very welcoming and students may eat their lunches. Senior students will be gladly “standing by” to help out.

ESA Science – Lunchtime Tutorials – Thursday: “Grade 9 Electricity – Part 2”

ESA Science is pleased to continue their “Lunchtime Tutorials” for Grades 9 and 10.

This Thursday, Mr. Schumacher will review and provide enrichment for Grade 9: “Current Electricity – Concepts and Calculations, Part 2”. Students can attend Part 2 without having attended Part 1.

Next Thursday’s Grade 10 Tutorial will be a “light” review, with opportunities for reflection (and some refraction).

Tutorials take place in Room S14 and begin about 15 minutes into lunch. The atmosphere is very welcoming and students may eat their lunches. Senior students will be gladly “standing by” to help out.

ESA’s STEM Council Visitor – Ms. Julia Boughner

ESA’s STEM Council (Science Technology Engineering and Math) is hosting a visit from Ms. Julia Boughner today (Wednesday) at lunch (12:10 pm to 12:50 pm, due to late start) in Room S15. Ms. Boughner, an ESA alumna (1994, Visual Arts), currently runs her own science research lab at the University of Saskatchewan. She had planned to become an animator, but became an evolutionary developmental anthropologist instead.

All are welcome. Students may eat their lunches during this informal discussion.

STEM is always looking for family or community volunteers who would be willing to discuss their STEM experiences with interested students at lunch. Please contact STEM student leader, Julia Jairath at [email protected]

ESA Science – Lunchtime Tutorials – Today: Grade 9 Electricity

ESA Science is pleased to continue their “Lunchtime Tutorials” for Grades 9 and 10

Today (Thursday), Mr. Schumacher will review Grade 9 “Current Electricity – Concepts and Calculations, Part 1”. (Part 2 will be reviewed on Thursday, April 20.)

Next Thursday (April 13), Mrs. Neag will review Grade 10 “Ray Diagrams and Calculations”.

Tutorials take place in Room S14 and begin about 15 minutes into lunch. The atmosphere is very welcoming and students may eat their lunches. Senior students will be gladly “standing by” to help out.

ESA STEM welcomes Mr. Gilad Shoham

ESA’s STEM Council (Science Technology Engineering and Math) is hosting a visit from Mr. Gilad Shoham today (Wednesday) at lunch (12:10 pm to 12:50 pm, due to late start) in Room S15. He is an inventor and practising Industrial Designer who currently develops medical devices in Toronto’s biomedical community and teaches this at OCAD. He attended Rhode Island School of Design for industrial design.

All are welcome. Students may eat their lunches during this informal discussion.

STEM is always looking for family or community volunteers who would be willing to discuss their STEM experiences with interested students at lunch. Please contact STEM student leader, Julia Jairath at [email protected]

ESA Grad Dylan Vogel and other UofT Aerospace Team members visit ESA STEM today!

Interested in aerospace, technology, or engineering? ESA grad Dylan Vogel and other members of the University of Toronto Aerospace Team are coming to visit ESA’s STEM Council today (Wednesday) at lunch. They will discuss their work on sounding rockets, micro-satellites, and UAVs. Furthermore, they’ll touch on the future of the aerospace industry, the role of student engineers, and where you can go to if you’re interested in getting involved.

Let’s remember that today (Wednesday) is a late start, so the meeting is from about 12:10 to 12:55.

STEM is always looking for family or community volunteers who would be willing to discuss their STEM experiences with interested students at lunch. Please contact STEM student leader, Julia Jairath at [email protected]

New Grade 12 Science Course

SNC4M1 is being advertised to students in science classes this week. Parents with questions can call the Science Department at (416) 394-6010 x 20095.

ESA’s STEM welcomes Lunch Guest Ms. Vivian Ip

Today (Wednesday) at lunch in Room S15, ESA’s STEM Council (Science Technology Engineering and Math) is hosting a visit from Vivian Ip. Ms. Ip is an advertising industry executive who is currently an Agency Lead at Google. She works with advertising industry partners to build digital thought leadership. Her past experience includes analytics, sales optimization and trade marketing. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Queen’s University.

All are welcome. Students may eat their lunches during these informal visits during which students and guests discuss their STEM-related passions, talents and pathways.

STEM is always looking for family or community volunteers who would be willing to discuss their STEM experiences with interested students at lunch. Please contact STEM student leader, Julia Jairath at [email protected]

New Grade 12 Science Course!

ESA’s Science Department is pleased to offer, for the first time ever, Grade 12 Science, SNC4M1. This “Group 3” course can be used for both college and university and has Grade 10 Science as a prerequisite. Topics include “Medical Technologies, Pathogens and Disease, Nutritional Science, Science and Public Health Issues, and Biotechnology”.

SNC4M1 is being advertised to students in science classes this week. Parents with questions can call the Science Department at (416) 394-6010 x 20095 or attend tonight’s (Tuesday’s) “Course Selection Info for Parents” in the library at 7:00 pm.

ESA’s STEM Council Visitor – Ms. Tracy Stockley

ESA’s STEM Council (Science Technology Engineering and Math) is hosting a visit from Ms. Tracy Stockley today (Wednesday) at lunch (12:10 pm to 12:50 pm, due to late start) in Room S15. Ms. Stockley is a clinical lab director at Toronto General Hospital and Princess Margaret Cancer Center. She oversees labs that perform genetic testing for cancer and other inherited diseases. Ms. Stockley is also a professor at University of Toronto.

All are welcome. Students may eat their lunches during this informal discussion.

STEM is always looking for family or community volunteers who would be willing to discuss their STEM experiences with interested students at lunch. Please contact STEM student leader, Julia Jairath at [email protected]

ESA’s STEM Council Visitor – Ms. Tracy Stockley

ESA’s STEM Council (Science Technology Engineering and Math) is pleased to host a visit from Ms. Tracy Stockley tomorrow (Wednesday) at lunch in Room S15. Ms. Stockley is a clinical lab director at Toronto General Hospital and Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. She oversees labs that perform genetic testing for cancer and other inherited diseases. Ms. Stockley is also a professor at University of Toronto.

All are welcome. Students may eat their lunches during this informal discussion.

STEM is always looking for family or community volunteers who would be willing to discuss their STEM experiences with interested students at lunch. Please contact STEM student leader, Julia Jairath at [email protected]

ESA’s STEM welcomes Mr. Michael Smith at lunch

Today (Wednesday) at lunch in Room S14, ESA’s STEM Council (Science Technology Engineering and Math) is hosting a visit from Mr. Michael Smith. Mr. Smith has a Master’s degree in Engineering from UofT in computer/electrical engineering. He started a few companies in his career and is currently running an R&D lab in Toronto.

All are welcome. Students may eat their lunches during these informal visits during which students and guests discuss their STEM-related passions, talents and pathways.

STEM is always looking for family or community volunteers who would be willing to discuss their STEM experiences with interested students at lunch. Please contact STEM student leader, Julia Jairath at [email protected]

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