This investigation can be entered into by children as young as 6 and is engaging for people who like to think about mathematical probability and…
Students created their own version of the Vitruvian Man and related Vitruvius’ theories of proportions to their model.
This investigation can be entered into by children as young as 6 (particularly as it is structured in the game situation) and is entertaining for…
The study was designed so that students uncovered relationships between biomes, energy and climate.
How do grocery stores keep their vegetables fresh looking? This question intrigued and invited students to behave like scientists as they designed and conducted experiments,…
Bringing history to life and making it personally relevant for students were essential components of this grade 11 social study’s inquiry.
This project is an ethno-ecological inquiry that seeks to digitally preserve traditional Aboriginal knowledge in an interactive online environment.
This collaborative water study of the Bow River Watershed was conducted by students in six different schools across three school jurisdictions.
Engaging students in science inquiry and engineering by enabling them to create, invent, and explore with digital technologies.
On the very first day of this teacher’s class, students are engaged in problem solving on whiteboards in small groups.