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Posts from the ‘Science’ Category

Secondary Science Outdoors

How high school science teachers include outdoor activities in their lessons

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Pledging for Change

High school students modify one personal action to help the environment

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Natural Colours from Plants

An experiential lesson in practical chemistry, botany and art for Grades 4 to 6

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Turn The Key To Be Idle Free

Implementing No Idle Zones in schools helps the environment and improves student’s health

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The Future of Evolution

A lesson that puts the topic of evolution into the hands of your fourth through eighth grade students

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Feeding Plants to Feed the World

A sequence of activities to teach the nutrient story to middle and high school students

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Snakes Alive!

Run…but where…from snakes or to snakes?

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Training Tomorrows’ Green Leaders

Envirothons engage high school students in learning more about natural resources

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Creating Collaborative Curriculum

Collaborations between teachers and scientists can generate novel classroom experiences that enhance students’ enthusiasm for science

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From Liquid to Solid and Back Again

Making ice lanterns to decorate and demonstrate states of matter

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The Art of Observation

Learning the methods of scientific observation can make science inquiry more interesting and meaningful

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The Human Body as Recycling Machine

Introducing urine nutrient recovery to high school science students from a multidisciplinary perspective

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Tackling Invasive Species Using Citizen Science

An online network of thousands of students and teachers can extend scientist's otherwise limited research and monitoring efforts

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Where Does the Plastic Go?

Using Socio-Scientific Issues in the classroom to study plastic pollution in the ocean and the physical properties of plastics

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Pathways to Possibility

How a small team of dedicated educators successfully developed an interdisciplinary model within the confines of the traditional subject-bound timetable.

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Webinar Announced: Water Quality Monitoring in Outdoor Education

On February 27th, 2014 we will explore water quality monitoring as an educational tool to engage students in learning about water and the local environment.

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