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Categories: General InterestThis document is an example of an administrative procedure for science departments for use by boards in Ontario. The purpose of this document is to help boards compare their current procedures and documentation, where they exist, and create one for those where they... read more
Categories: General InterestBeing aware of best practices in the use of chemicals is essential for maintaining safe and engaging science programs in secondary schools. This document was developed to alert teachers to the hazards posed by certain chemicals and provides guidance on their... read more
Categories: General InterestScience Facility Safety was written to provide school board health and safety staff and educators with leadership responsibilities in science with practical background information on the safe use and management of science facilities. This resource is the companion... read more
Categories: Lesson PlanWritten by Cameron Knox, Don Galbraith Award Recipient 2023, Brock University. Students will understand the biochemistry of food by experimenting with different ingredients and cooking methods. To access this content, you must purchase School Membership (Small),... read more
Categories: Lesson PlanWritten by Jasmine Sollen, Don Galbraith Award Recipient 2023, Brock University. This lesson plan is intended for Grade 7 Strand D, Structures and Mechanisms. The topic is centre of gravity and stability based on expectation D2.2 (describe ways in which the centre of... read more
Categories: Lesson PlanWritten by Larissa Crawley, Don Galbraith Award Recipient 2023, Nipissing University. This activity could be used on its own as a STEM challenge in any classroom, or could be used as a performance task within a unit. The complexity of the task can be made more... read more
Categories: Lesson PlanWritten by Arthi Raviandran, Don Galbraith Award Recipient 2023, University of Toronto, OISE. This activity allows students to build deeper and more meaningful connections between the six systems in the human body with the five vital organs as the focus. Students will... read more