Skip to main content

Science education is designed to provide opportunities for students to develop scientific knowledge, skills, and attitudes that will be relevant in their everyday lives and their future careers. In addition to introducing them to current concepts, findings, and processes in various scientific disciplines – biology, physics, chemistry, astronomy, and geology – it encourages them to develop a positive attitude toward science; examine basic concepts, principles, laws, and theories through scientific inquiry; demonstrate respect for precision; develop awareness of assumptions in all forms of science related communication; separate fundamental concepts from the less important or irrelevant and identify supporting or refuting information and bias.

Measurement Student Notes.ppt1.11 MB
Converting units.ppt1.22 MB
SafetyRules.pdf183.3 KB
Lab Safety 1.ppt880 KB
Scientific Method Review - use this!.pptx133.76 KB
WHMIS - Safety Symbols.docx193.7 KB
Lab Safety Illustrations.pdf110.48 KB