In this inquiry activity, students will explore structures around their environment and pose questions related to form and function. They will use the technological problem-solving process to design and build a workable structure to investigate form and function concepts. They will relate their findings to established scientific facts and produce a scaled model of a structure, or the structure itself.
This demonstration/activity introduces students to the concept of limiting reagent in a chemical reaction. Too often, students think that one can produce more product by using larger quantities of... read more
This is a series of safety activities incorporating the new WHMIS symbols. There is a matching activity, a stations activity and a quiz. It is targeted to grades 9 and 10 but could be used at any... read more
VERTICAL AGRICULTURE, WINDOW GARDENING WITH MANUAL IRRIGATION RESERVOIRS. A COMPARISON OF SOIL AND HYDROPONICS BEADS.
Categories: Lab/Student Activity
Our project involved a collaboration between four RDSB schools (using G-Suite Apps). The attached PDF file provides a detailed description of our efforts. The general purpose of the project was to... read more