This student activity illustrates how plants grow away from or towards a stimulus by continuing cell growth and elongation on one side of the stem while ceasing cell growth and elongation on the opposite side of the stem. This connects to the curriculum by allowing students to be able to explain how this change in growth happens.
This demonstration will amaze and astound! As you pour vegetable oil into a small Pyrex beaker placed inside a larger Pyrex beaker, the smaller beaker will magically disappear! It could be a teacher... 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
In this demo, a polyethylene strip is charged by rubbing with wool. The strip is then used to test what happens to the flow of charge when the strip is placed in contact with a conductor (iron nail)... read more