Beakerhead in your School

Set the tone for a year of creative collaboration with a burst of inspiration and Beakerhead at your school.


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Beakerhead in Your School

Grades K – 12

One of the most popular programs of 2016, Beakerhead in Your School is an assembly your entire school will love! A professional presenter will excite your school with a high-energy presentation at the crossroads of science, math and art. Your students will be entertained and everyone will experience a curiosity about and affinity for math and science.

Then, lead your classroom in a post-presentation activity that will satisfy your students craving for more math (bet you never thought you’d hear that)!

  • Dates: September 11 to 15
  • Duration: A 60-minute Beakerhead-led assembly followed by a teacher-led classroom activity
  • Criteria: Schools must be located in the Calgary, or within an hour's drive. Minimum number of student attendees may apply.
  • Cost: $2.00 per student


Application Deadline: May 5 at 11:59 pm

Beakerhead Guest in Your Classroom

Grades K – 12

Meet a scientist, artist or engineer who plays a key role in Beakerhead 2017. They will share their stories, creations, and knowledge with your students. They will start with a presentation then followed by a Q&A session that answer all the questions your students will surely have!

  • Dates: September 13 – 15
  • Duration: 45 – 60 minutes
  • Criteria: Classes must be located in Calgary, or within an hour's drive. Groups up to 75 students.
  • Cost: $250.00


Application Deadline: May 5 at 11:59 pm

Virtual Speakerhead

Grades 4-12

This popular live webinar will bring an intriguing personality into your classroom – virtually! With past guests such as Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield and UK inventor Dominic Wilcox, this program puts inspiring role models within reach.

Using social media, classrooms are encouraged to ask questions! Login details released before September 1.

Can’t login live? This presentation will be recorded and shared online so you can watch this with your class at a time that works for you.

  • Date: TBA
  • Duration: This live online event is a 20-minute presentation plus a 20 minute Q&A.
  • Criteria: Open to all school across time zones
  • Cost: Free


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