Here is an overview of our resources for the secondary level 

Our learning and evaluation situations (LES) have been validated in thousands of classes and are highly valued by teachers and their students. On our site you will find all the resources necessary for implementation in the classroom. All that you have left to do are a few photocopies.

Each LES includes detailed lesson plans, many explanatory video clips for each section, a teacher guide, activities for the interactive whiteboard, student worksheets, evaluation tools, exercises, laboratory experiments, manufacturing process sheets, technical drawings, documents for the laboratory technicians, tools to facilitate classroom management, etc.

Astronautics-Cycle one(12-13 years old)

A great learning and evaluation situation to address many of the concepts of the Technological World as prescribed by the Progression of Learning. At the end of this project, each student will build a rocket that will reach the greatest height possible.

All of our training sessions are turn-key and offer ready to use material. They include all of the necessary material for the pedagogical consultant and the teacher (teacher's guide, student booklet, assembly instructions, technical drawings, explanatory videos, evaluation tools and material for the IWB, etc.).  

The iPod Transducer – Secondary 4 (14-15 years old)

A learning situation that leads students to building a speaker that is used to hear music from an iPod.

Key concepts and techniques covered include:
Links, guiding, movement transmission, specifications, schematic diagrams, reading and interpreting technical drawings, manufacturing process sheets, conventions, scales, drilling, sawing, sanding, scouring, folding and gluing. This LES is excellent to create a need to understand the key concepts of electricity and magnetism.

Click on the link below for an overview of the transducer that will be built by the student:

The Microscope 100X – Secondary 3 (13-14 years old)

A learning situation about optics that concludes with the construction of a microscope 100X. With this magnification it is possible to observe cells. At less than 10$, it is a great way to democratize access to science, including in disadvantaged areas.

Click on the link below for an overview of the transducer that will be built by the student:

Last modified: Thursday, 5 November 2015, 3:44 PM