In this demonstration, students observe what happens to activated glow sticks when they are submerged in water at three different temperatures: cold, room temperature, and hot. Students will use these observations to discuss the type of light emission associated with glow sticks. Alternatively, the activity could be performed, with the appropriate safety considerations, by students.
Categories: Lab/Student Activity
The students will be holding a community meeting to discuss local issues that are related to biodiversity. In order to prepare the students for this inquiry, the teacher needs to lay the groundwork... read more
by Laura Wodlinger, Director of Secondary Resource Development, STAO Many people consider science to be a collection of verified true facts, separate from human issues like discrimination. While... read more
Through a series of explorations involving the use of Indigenous stories, students will learn about the importance of plants and their relationship with us and the natural environment. By deepening... read more