To solidify their understanding of the pH scale, students applied their lab skills to a formative investigation using one of the most colourful (and easily obtainable) indicators: red cabbage juice!
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Exploring global trade in real, hands-on ways
Grade 8 students are challenged to draw from different courses to create wooden launchers
Not long ago, Ms. Mohoruk had never designed, programmed, or built a robot.She did not care to watch them move, see them light up, or hear them whiz around. Simply put, robots "did nothing," for the Diploma Programme (DP) Chemistry Teacher. And yet, robots now seem to run her life. So, what gives?
Grade 6 students in Mr. Kevin Kennedy's class are in the midst of their Global Economies and Resources Unit in Individuals and Societies. Together, the class has looked at things like Canada's role in global trade, the impact of trade on the environment and workers, free trade, and fair trade...
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