January 31, 2:00 – 3:30 PM This webinar will introduce you to leaders from throughout the energy sector: learn about what they do, hear about their leadership journeys, find out what drives them and discuss how diversity will lead to a better performing energy system.
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 a direction for future food production both in terms of sustainability and having enough to feed the planet.
This is a very practical informal resource video for elementary science teachers based on the Ontario science curriculum unit about flight – Grade 6
How can studying an animal help people build a proper habitat for it? Learning goal: To understand that animals have distinct characteristics. Animals have needs that must be met in order to survive. Animals adapt to their environment. by Jeff Finn This resource is part of the STAO Connex inquiry and innovative practices collection. Click … Continue reading
In the early days of the space race, agency researchers in Russia and at NASA really weren’t sure all what would happen to an astronaut in space. They didn’t know if a human mind could handle actually seeing Earth or what would happen to the human body when exposed to long periods of weightlessness.
Human bodies aren’t built for extreme aging: our capacity is set at about 90 years. But what does aging really mean, and how does it counteract the body’s efforts to stay alive? Monica Menesini details the nine physiological traits that play a central role in aging. Lesson by Monica Menesini, animation by Cinematic. … Continue reading