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Partner resources - Science / Science and Technology

Resources for Curriculum Implementation

To support the implementation of curriculum, the Ontario Ministry of Education funded third-party organizations to develop the following resources.

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We hope you find these resources helpful. 

Applicable grade(s):
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FIRST Robotics Canada

Find 32 classroom-ready coding resources, in English and French, to support the implementation of the science and technology curriculum, Grades 1–8. Assessment and evaluation tools accompany each activity.  

Also access the FIRST Tech Challenge to Grades 7–12 robotics teams across Ontario, designed to provide students with exposure to, and awareness of, technology, skilled trades and apprenticeship pathways, with a particular focus on the automotive industry.  

k2i Academy at York University 

Access hands-on experiences, with an accompanying teacher guide, that integrate all strands of the new Grade 9 science course. Also find recommendations for implementing project-based learning experiences that are connected to real-world problem solving and designed to develop student skills and interest in STEM. 

Let's Talk Science

Discover updated classroom resources and projects, aligned to the new Ontario science and technology curriculum. Resources include videos, teaching suggestions and connections to other disciplines. 

Nishnawbe Aski Nation

Explore lesson plan examples and accompanying assessment tools in English, French, Ojibway and Oji-Cree. Lessons will support the use of Tinkercad as a tool to merge STEM learning objectives and facilitate the development of transferable skills. 

Ontario Science Centre

Find classroom-ready lesson plans, complete with videos, slide decks, PDF learning materials and accompanying assessment supports to enhance STEM learning, anti-racism and inclusion (K–9, English and French). Grade 9 lessons align with the new de-streamed Grade 9 science course. Also access professional learning webinar recordings and workshops offering additional support for educators.

Principal Association Projects

Access a series of webinar recordings and resources to support principals and vice principals in the implementation of elementary science and technology. Also access professional learning opportunities focused on networking with other schools and school boards. 

Science North

Find recordings of professional learning webinars and lesson plans to support the development of coding through the contexts of science and math. Also access, during school hours, a bilingual educator helpline for assistance in navigating, interpreting, and implementing Science North learning materials. 

Science Subject Associations: Science Teachers' Association of Ontario (STAO) , Ontario Council for Technology Education (OCTE), Association of Computer Studies Educators (ACSE)

Explore long-range plans along with new or updated lesson plans and assessment opportunities emphasizing cross-curricular learning and connections. Also find coding resources to develop computational thinking and coding skills and professional development webinar recordings that provide an overview of these curriculum resources. 

Sustain Ontario

The Food is Science website includes cross-curricular lesson plans, learning videos, and background readings on food literacy. Find resources to teach where food comes from, local and global food systems, how food is grown and prepared, and the importance of agriculture to biodiversity, ecosystems, and climate change. A video series further supports educators to jump into teaching the curriculum through food, including offering entry points and instructional strategies to build students' knowledge, skills, ideas for action, and careers.

TakingITGlobal – Connected North Program

Access virtual experts and take virtual field trips through live interactive video sessions that connect students and classrooms with content partners and educational venues, all in an effort to meet curriculum needs and engage student interests.  

Visions of Science

Discover educator resources that target Grades 6–8 and focus on climate change, food literacy, emerging technologies and coding. Resources are designed to help bridge STEM in society and include teaching and learning activities, assessment opportunities, and professional support, and are housed on an accessible bilingual website.

Subject: Science / Science and Technology
Audience: Educators
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