Our MCYU in the City Workshops which have been visiting classrooms, libraries and after school programs for the past five years are now Virtual.
Through course instruction, McMaster University Students develop and deliver engaging synchronous learning experiences for children and youth through Virtual Workshops.
Virtual Workshops are 30-40min., appropriate for grades 3-8, and FREE of Cost. For more info on how to sign your class or outreach program up for a virtual workshop please contact MCYU’s Program Coordinator at email@example.com.
For the general public who are interested in participating in our Virtual Workshops, please see our events calendar to see when we will be holding workshops through the Hamilton Public Library.
Who Can Book a Virtual Workshop:
Use the content on MCYU’s Kid Zone asynchronously with your lesson plans or simply explore for ideas to bring into your classroom or program.
There are challenge videos based on the model of the MCYU Workshops, online lectures geared towards school age children, a garden sculpture tour and more.
What Does the MCYU Teacher Advisory Board Do?
The MCYU in the City Workshops are developed in collaboration with a team of teachers who work with MCYU to ensure that the workshops are engaging experiences for young minds and that the content aligns with the needs of the Ontario elementary school curricular. MCYU is grateful for the commitment of these dedicated educators as their collaboration is critical to the success of MCYU. The panel advises MCYU on the type of topics, choices for interactive activities, and the types of classroom supports that are necessary for optimal teaching and teacher workloads. MCYU would like to extend a great big thank you to these teachers, and all the wonderful educators across the Hamilton Wentworth District School Board who willingly share their valuable time with the MCYU team on a regular basis.
Are you a teacher who would like to get involved?
For more info, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org