The students and teacher will go for walks around the community in different months looking at how habitats change in each season and the response of the animals that live there. Discussions will include how people and animals adapt to the changes around them. Investigations can start from these common experiences and work towards narrowing down what season it is when there are signs of more than one at a time.
The STAO Science Encounters Project includes a series of inquiry-based STEM activities to support teachers and students with resources to create engaging classroom experiences that cultivate 21st... read more
Categories: Lab/Student Activity
This activity uses the EdPuzzle platform to assess students understanding of the cell cycle. The students will watch a video through EdPuzzle that has a series of questions embedded in it. They will... read more
I taught the evolution unit in SBI 3U through a series of simulations and paper labs where students examined evidence for evolution. The labs were: 1. Feeding Frenzy (self-generated) 2. Comparing... read more