This activity was developed for the Earth and Space Science strand (Earth’s Dynamic Climate) of the grade 10 Science, Applied course. It was designed to identify the principal components of Earth’s climate system (sun, oceans, atmosphere and topography of land masses) and to create links between human and natural factors and their impact on climate change and global warming. When developing this activity, I was trying to make the topic of climate change more engaging to students. I wanted them to create their own knowledge and make connections between the many variables involved.
Written by Aria Atwell, Don Galbraith Award Winner 2020-21, Tyndale University Students will create a single amusement park ride and incorporate at least 1 simple machine into their design. First a... read more
This resource was created to demonstrate an effective use of integrating technology in a Science classroom. This particular resource is about using Minecraft in the classroom and implementing gaming... read more