The Science Teachers’ Association of Ontario (STAO) has created additional curriculum resources on ways of incorporating Indigenous Knowledge into the science and technology and science curriculum. These resources involve Indigenous Peoples, their ancient knowledge, practices, customs, and lifeways; therefore, the paradigm, agenda, purpose, process, and outcomes must be appropriate and sensitive to their perspective. Continue reading
This source provides useful slides on diets and nutrition.
Source: Health & Diet
Before Marie Curie, these women dedicated their lives to science and made significant advances
Source: Ten Historic Female Scientists You Should Know
How do you increase the number of women working in science, technology, engineering and mathematics? Toronto-based photographer Natalia Dolan asked female leaders in these fields to weigh in Continue reading
This website provides a screen for teachers to use in their classroom. It includes several tools along the bottom of the screen including: a timer and clock, a random name generator and even a sound level monitor! I think this screen is great for both primary and secondary teachers. It provides a lot of similar features to smart notebook, which is great for any teachers who do not have access to this. Continue reading
This website (amightygirl.com) has some really awesome posters available for download that highlight women in science. There were a few that I hadn’t heard of! As well, there are suggestions/reviews of books related to science on the website.
Eight downloadable posters celebrating women of STEM perfect for displaying in kids’ rooms and classrooms!
Source: Free Posters Celebrating Women Role Models in Science, Technology, and Math
Magdalena Wierus is Intermediate Operations Engineer (Logistics and Sustaining Engineering) at the Canadian Space Agency.
Source: Humans of the CSA – Magdalena Wierus – Intermediate Operations Engineer (Logistics and Sustaining Engineering)