Science 11/12
Curriculum Feedback Opportuninty

As you are likely aware, a draft for Science Grade 10 was posted to the Ministry of Education website in August 2015 for review and feedback along with outlines of what curriculum for grades 11 and 12 could include.

 Based on the feedback that has been received since August 2015, those Grade 11/12 outlines are now being written as curriculum draft documents.

The Science 10-12 Curriculum Development team has met twice this school year to work on curriculum drafts for senior sciences. With one meeting remaining for this cycle of curriculum development, the committee would like to share the (somewhat rough) DRAFTS that are in various stages of completion and ask for some specific feedback.

The deadline to provide feedback in Febraury, 18th, 2016.

Curriculum Drafts and Feedback Forms

Catalyst 2015
Curriculum Presentation

Conference SCHED Site and Resources

Catalyst for Science

Visit the Catalyst For Science Website

The Catalyst For Science website is a joint project between the BC Science Teachers' Association and Science World. We aim to provide quality, teacher reviewed,
classroom ready resources.

Scientists and Innovators in Schools

 Scientists and Innovators in the Schools (SIS) is a volunteer-based program, coordinated by Science World, that helps address British Columbia's need for more scientists, engineers, technologists and technicians to promote students' interest in these areas. 

The goal is to inspire students with exciting, in-school presentations by real scientists. The program is offered to Grades K–12 everywhere in BC.

SiS Website

Scientist in Residence K - 7 Lesson Plans

The Scientist in Residence Program lesson plans are available to educators and the public. The lesson plans fit with the BC Ministry of Education guidelines for Science K to 7. These lesson plans, together with the enthusiastic students’ quest to know more and the experiences gained by elementary school teachers and scientists, are the legacies of the Scientist in Residence Program.

Scientists and teachers work together to develop and deliver science units comprised of hands-on lessons on specific themes. There is a major focus on the experimental process of science. Opportunities are created to link lessons to other areas of the curriculum, such as math, fine arts, English and French language arts, and First Nations. Some lessons focus on issues facing society such as marine pollution, climate change, soil erosion, biodiversity, and the importance of protecting the environment and ecosystems.

K - 7 Lesson Plans



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