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.
Through a series of explorations, students will examine our relationship with the celestial bodies and consider how these bodies have benefited humanity and influenced life on Earth. Students will... read more
The students will be researching and discussing the costs and benefits of being the only source of the mineral tin left in the world. In order to prepare for this inquiry, the teacher needs to lay... read more
Students worked in assigned teams (heterogeneous groupings) to research and analyze the impacts of food production on ecosystems, to evaluate the sustainability of our food production and to suggest... read more