This lesson is used for students to analyse the design of a technological device that protects other devices by using or controlling static electricity (such as paint sprayers, photocopiers, lightning rods or grounding wires). I use this lesson near the beginning of the electricity unit in SNC1D1, after introducing static electricity and charging by friction, contact and induction.
Static Electricity – STSE Jigsaw – Click here to download the entire lesson
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“We’ve told you before that there really isn’t any evidence that animals consume mind-altering substances because they feel good to them. This makes it appear that the fondness for psychoactive drugs is, pretty…human. What is it about our species that makes us so attracted to these substances?”
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STAO2020 is excited to announce the reveal of the new STAO2020 logo! With this reveal, our extreme gratitude goes out to our designer, Tatijana Vukovic. Tatijana is a former student of our STAO2020 Speaker Committee Co-Chair, Christian Cepeda. Click on the link below to read find out more about Tatijana!
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Well done Tatijana. Thank you so much for your efforts in helping STAO/APSO promote science education in Ontario!
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Keep the dates: March 26 and 27, 2020