The CLS has various real-world lessons, activities, and resources developed for students from Grade K-12 that relate to the Canadian curriculum. There are different topics to choose from including: lesson plans in English as well as a few in French, PowerPoints, printable activities, research and informational posters, laboratory notebook guide, graphing x-ray fluorescence and x-ray absorption near edge spectrum data guides, videos and much more! There are also STEM Seminar videos that provide insight into science research or how science research connects into the classroom, check them out!

All of our lessons, activities, and resources can be found on our Virtual Classroom under the For Educators tab!

If you have a developed lesson or resource that connects with CLS and would like to share,
be sure to check out our lesson plan template!

 

Classroom Workshops are Also Available!


Classroom workshops are delivered on a virtual platform and are intended for a class to be introduced to CLS science projects. They are 60 minutes long and topics include but are not limited to:
→ What is a Synchrotron
→ Various Research Areas: Advanced Materials, Agriculture, Environment and Health
→ Light Refraction
→ Careers in Science & Research
→ How to See Yourself in Science
→ Soil Analysis
→ Agricultural Production
→ Food Sovereignty
→ Robotics, Engineering, Machines
→ Resource Management - Arctic Fox
→ Resource Management - Bison Herd
→ Role of First Nation and Métis Women in Saving the Bison from Extinction
→ Science of Making Bannock and Pow Wow Dance (Chemistry and Physics theme)
→ Teacher Professional Development
       → Science Classroom Patterns of Behaviour
       → Traditional Knowledge-Family Structure 
       → Integrating Traditional Knowledge and Western Science

STEM Seminar Series


STEM Seminar Series is a series of virtual seminars held throughout the year that provide insight into science research or how science research connects into the classroom. You'll hear from a scientist or teacher talk about their research, teaching, or experiences. This is a free online event and open to everyone.

SEMINARS DATES AND TIMES TBD

Missed a seminar? No worries! You can view the previous seminars on our YouTube channel! Click below to see what seminars and topics have been provided.

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If you’re looking for information on how you can use CLS techniques in your research program, please contact us using this form.

Example queries may include: Feasibility around a potential experiment? A scientific problem we can help you solve? Is your question related to a specific technique? Do you want to know more about how to apply for beamtime?