Canada 2067 is an initiative uniting Canadians around a new vision for youth STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) learning. We are developing an action plan and national vision for STEM learning. To do this we need all Canadians who have a stake in education—and that’s everyone—to participate in this important conversation.
Our goal: to have more than 150,000 conversations about the future of science learning in Canada!
And we are well on our way – with close to 50,000 Canadians having already offered input. But we need organizations like yours to help spread the word so we can get even more ideas for the Canada 2067 action plan – and exceed our goal.
How you can help
Complete our polls and share them with your network: We are interested to know what you and your network think about science learning in Canada. Every one to two weeks we ask a different series of questions to inform the Canada 2067 action plan. Click here to complete the latest poll.
It’s easy to share our polls with your network. Here’s how:
1. Share on Facebook
Please share this post on your Facebook page, which features a link to our poll.
2. Email to your network
Click on one of the messages below to create an email:
Option 1: Canada 2067 is uniting Canadians around a new vision for youth STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) learning. Join the conversation and contribute to the action plan and national vision for STEM learning by completing a few quick questions.
Option 2: Help generate more than 150,000 conversations about the future of science learning in Canada. Contribute an idea to the Canada 2067 action plan by completing these three questions about science learning in Canada.
3. Tweet about Canada 2067
Click on one of the tweets below to easily post it to Twitter:
Skills of the future look like this: http://bit.ly/2qbKOpq. Is Canada’s youth ready? Take this quick poll: http://bit.ly/2qFEvGU
Parents agree: skills like critical thinking are essential to future success. Share your opinion! http://bit.ly/2qFEvGU
Is Canada doing enough to equip youth for the jobs of the future? Answer this poll: http://bit.ly/2qFEvGU
Join the conversation on social media
A lot of people are contributing ideas on Facebook and Twitter. View their comments here and make sure your voice is heard.