Our Mission

Our Mission

We believe in giving ALL kids the skills of tomorrow, today.

At STEM Learning Lab we engage teachers and students in high quality, hands-on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), STEAM (STEM + Art) and Maker learning experiences. We offer educational programs for teachers as well as innovative and fun programs for youth in school, after school and in the summer!

Our innovative programs marry the Arts, Creativity, Innovation and the Maker Pedagogy with STEM.

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Programs & Services

Programs & Services

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Youth Programs:

STEM Learning Lab offers engaging learning experiences both in-school through partnerships, and out of school through our Before and After School Programs, Community Workshops and through our highly engaging and popular STEM Summer Camps.

Teacher PD & Corporate Training:

We offer Teacher Professional Development in the areas of Coding, Robotics, STEM, STEAM (STEM + Arts), Math, Maker, Design Thinking and more! Corporate Training programs include: Team Building through Making, Design Thinking, Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

For more information, please contact us at info@stemlearninglab.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

STEM News

STEM News

STEM Education Today (March 2018) is Live!

STEM Education Today is a free resource that provides a platform where everyone can become a part of an ever-growing network of global innovation and change.

For information on submissions or advertising, please contact Krista Malden, Director of Communications at
krista@stemlearninglab.com

STEM Learning Lab Summer Camps for Calgary are here!

STEM Learning Lab offers hands-on, creative summer camps that enable all participants to tinker with technology and have fun while they learn new skills and make new friends!
Calgary 2018 Summer Camps

STEM = Opportunities for All!

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