This inquiry resource package on the environment for ELKP is designed to assist teachers in planning an inquiry-based learning opportunity. This resource outline is to be supplemented with learning objects that your own class has presented in their discovery learning around the topic of the environment, life cycles, and stewardship, and how they can make a difference since we are all connected. The time required and the direction of the inquiry-based learning activity will depend on the time that you can allocate to the learning activity, students’ prior knowledge, skills, and level of interest.
Chemists are constantly faced with the daunting task of counting large numbers of items, specifically atoms, ions, molecules and compounds. This task is made even more difficult by the fact that not... read more
Written by Naomi Lacelle, Don Galbraith Award Winner 2020-21, Laurentian University For my Habitats and Communities Unit culminating project, I created a digital model of the Sudbury forest... read more
In the Cells, Tissues, Organs, and Organ Systems unit in grade 10, there are many exciting issues that are often in the news. There is much exciting new research, such as primate cloning or gene... read more