How We Can Inspire Students to Go Further through Inquiry-Based Learning, with Founder of How Cool Is That?, Reuven Tzalmona

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If you find an educator with the energy for inspiring children’s passion for learning, get in touch. Reuven Tzalmona delivers hands-on STEM workshops for kids (and parents, too): they’re electric.

Hailing from Toronto, Reuven was able to transform his live in-person, How Cool Is That? classes into online sessions when the lockdown first struck. But he’s always asserted that there is no replacing the in-person touch and feel of interactive learning. And since last year, he’s been running these sessions in person again, helping students (and parents) see the power of hands-on and inquiry-based learning, with experiments and projects such as Battle Tops, Marble Maze, Zipliner and Airplane Launcher.

Inquiry-based learning is the future of education – hear how you can be a part of it in this conversation …

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