Indigenous Career Stories⟶
Students explore a variety of STEM-related careers from the perspective of Indigenous professionals.
Do Woodpeckers Get Concussions?⟶
Pecking puts a lot of force on a woodpecker’s brain. But scientists think woodpecker bodies are adapted to help keep them from being injured during pecking-related collisions.
How are the World's Bee Populations Doing?⟶
Bees are important for agriculture. But bee populations face threats. This resource looks at Colony Collapse Disorder, herbicides & pesticides, and more.
Cycle of Day and Night
Students explore the cycle of day and night by sorting and classifying pictures, creating images and reading books.
Exploring Careers in STEM Grade 7
Students will expand their knowledge of STEM career types related to a topic they are studying in science.
Form, Function and Ergonomics in Our Lives
Students will explore the relationship between form, function and ergonomics of common objects.
Dong An (he/him)
Electrical Engineer / Lead Analog Designer
Crack the Code: Water Treatment
Students learn about the water treatment process as they complete a digital “escape room” on a Google site.
This learning strategy helps students find solutions with the support of a collaborative group.
Chief Identity Officer
Who Are Scientists?
Students will explore, and reflect on, their perceptions of science and scientists.