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Explore curriculum and professional learning resources, including our STEM Education Toolkit

Teachers, we’ve missed you! The Science Centre is dedicated to creating content that will support teachers in the classroom—no matter what that classroom might look like. This includes engaging online content for students studying independently at home and from remote learning environments. Bookmark this page and come back often for updates, or join our Teacher eNews to receive email alerts about new offerings.

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STEM Education Toolkit

This Toolkit was developed based on the STEAM Residency Program. It provides an approach to teaching and learning that incorporates co-creation, 21st-century learning, innovation and design thinking using both formal and informal learning. Both the Toolkit and the Residency Program are supported by the Ministry of Education.

STEM Education Toolkit
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Science at Home Curriculum Resources

Explore these curriculum-connected resources designed to support Grade 9 to 12 students with online learning. More grades to come!

Curriculum Resources
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Digital Disinformation + COVID-19

Use these resources to learn more about disinformation in the age of COVID-19. Sharpen critical thinking skills and gather data just like a scientist to help stop the spread of false or misleading information online.

Digital Disinformation + COVID-19
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Professional Learning Resources

Engage your students with play-based learning, inquiry-based methods and other resources to support in-class learning.

Professional Learning Resources
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Science at Home

Science is everywhere, and learning can happen anywhere. We’ve created fun science content to support students learning from home.

Science at Home
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Teacher eNews