This inquiry resource package on animals for ELKP is designed to assist teachers in planning an inquiry-based learning opportunity. The outline is infused with learning objects that your own class has presented in their discovery learning around the topic of animals, our connection to animals, animal life cycles, and the ethics of animals living in a zoo. The time required and the direction of the inquiry-based learning activity will depend on the time that you can allocate to the learning activity, students’ prior knowledge, skill, and level of interest.
Students worked in assigned teams (heterogeneous groupings) to research and analyze the impacts of food production on ecosystems, to evaluate the sustainability of our food production and to suggest... read more
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Author: Rebecca Quirie, Don Galbraith Award winner, University of Western Ontario Although the university preparatory SBI4U biology course is varied and comprehensive in nature, an overarching... read more
Throughout a series of explorations involving the use of Indigenous People's stories students will learn about the importance of plants and their relationship with us and the the natural environment.... read more