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Physics

Physics 30 Topics

Unit 1: Modern Physics

  • analyze the importance of relativistic principles and quantum mechanics in our world
  • assess the effects of radioactivity and nuclear technology on society and the environment

Unit 2: Forces and Motion

  • analyze motion in one- and two-dimensions, including uniform motion, uniformly accelerated motion, circular motion, and projectile motion
  • analyze the effects of forces on objects undergoing uniform motion, uniformly accelerated motion and circular motion

Unit 3: Conservation Laws

  • investigate the nature of mechanical energy and efficiency in mechanical systems, including the law of conservation of energy
  • analyze the motion of objects and interactions between objects using momentum concepts, including the law of conservation of momentum

Unit 4: Fields

  • investigate gravitational fields and their interactions with matter
  • investigate electric and magnetic fields and their interactions with matter
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Conservation Laws

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Fields

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Physical Science

Physical Science 20 Topics

Unit 1: Heat

  • analyze, qualitatively and quantitatively, the effect of heat on matter during temperature changes and changes of state using kinetic molecular theory
  • determine the quantities of heat involved in chemical reactions through experimentation and calculation

Unit 2: Foundations of Chemistry

  • predict products of the five basic types of chemical reactions and evaluate the impact of these reactions on society and the environment
  • construct an understanding of the mole as a unit for measuring the amount of substance
  • use stoichiometry to determine the relative amounts of substances consumed and produced in chemical reactions

Unit 3: Properties of Waves

  • investigate the properties and characteristics of one-, two- and three-dimensional waves in at least three different media (eg. springs, ropes, air and water)
  • examine, using physical materials, ray diagrams and mathematical equations, how waves reflect from a variety of barriers
  • analyze, using physical materials, ray diagrams and mathematical equations, how waves refract at boundaries between different media
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Foundations of Chemistry

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Properties of Waves

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Chemistry

Chemistry 30 Topics

Unit 01: Chemical Bonding and Material Science

  • examine the role of valence electrons in the formation of chemical bonds
  • investigate how the properties of materials are dependent on their underlying intermolecular and intramolecular forces
  • explore the nature and classification of organic compounds, and their uses in modern materials
  • determine the suitability of materials for use in specific applications

Unit 2: Chemical Equilibria

  • consider, qualitatively and quantitatively, the characteristics and applications of equilibrium systems in chemical reactions
  • analyze aqueous solution equilibria including solubility-product constants
  • observe and analyze phenomena related to acid-base reactions and equilibrium

Unit 3: Electrochemistry

  • investigate the chemistry of oxidation and reduction (redox) reactions
  • examine applications of electrochemistry and their impact on society and the environment
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Chemical Equilibria

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Electrochemistry

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Environmental and Earth Sciences (20/30)

Environmental Science 20 Topics

Unit 1: Atmosphere and Human Health

  • Assess the impact of human activities on indoor and outdoor air quality and the need for regulations and mitigating technologies to minimize risks to human health
  • analyze the production, reliability and uses of geoscience data to investigate the effects of a changing climate on society and the environment

Unit 2: Human Population and Pollution

  • investigate technologies and processes used for mitigating and managing resources use, waste generation and pollution associated with a growing human population

Unit 3: Aquatic Systems

  • analyze the function and condition of freshwater aquatic systems such as rivers, streams, lakes, wetlands and watersheds
  • assess the importance of maintaining healthy water for humans and the environment

Unit 4: Terrestrial Ecosystems

  • analyze the importance of soil as an integral component of terrestrial ecosystems
  • examine the role plants play in an ecosystem, including ways in which humans use plants
  • recognize the need for intact habitat to support animal populations and biodiversity

Earth Science 30 Topics

Unit 1: Foundations of Earth Science

  • examine the multi-disciplinary nature of earth science
  • examine the evidence for and the importance of plate tectonics theory in explaining processes that produced Earth's major surface features
  • analyze how geologists use the fossil record and relative and absolute dating methods to determine the geological history of Earth and to construct the geologic time scale

Unit 2: Lithosphere

  • examine the processes that lead to the formation of sedimentary, igneous and metamorphic rocks and minerals
  • investigate the processes and technologies used to locate the extract mineral resources and fossil fuels locally, provincially and globally
  • analyze surface geography as a product of deposition, weathering, erosion and mass wasting processes

Unit 3: Atmosphere and Hydrosphere

  • analyze the composition of Earth's atmosphere and factors that influence changes in the composition in the short and long term
  • investigate the characteristics of the hydrosphere and how hydrosphere processes impact the atmosphere, biosphere and lithosphere
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Earth Science

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Health Science

Health Science 20 Topics

Unit 1: Health Care Philosophies and Ethics

  • analyze how Western, Indigenous, traditional, complementary and alternative approaches to health care can contribute to a holistic (eg. mental, emotional, physical and spiritual) perspective of health
  • examine how personal and societal beliefs affect ethical decisions regarding health care

Unit 2: Human Body

  • analyze the anatomy and physiology of a healthy human
  • investigate the effects of various injuries, disorders and diseases on human cells, tissues, organs and systems

Unit 3: Nutrition

  • assess the importance of macronutrients and micronutrients in maintaining human health
  • analyze dietary choices based on personal and cultural beliefs and scientific understanding of nutrition

Unit 4: Diagnostics and Treatment

  • evaluate the tools and procedure used to diagnose and monitor medical conditions
  • assess the importance of interpreting diagnostic findings to support treatment options for specific pathologies
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Biology

Biology 30 Topics

Unit 1: Life and Evolution

  • explore how scientific understandings of life and its characteristics change in light of new evidence
  • examine the significance of evolution as a key unifying theme in biology through the principles, processes and patterns of biological evolution

Unit 2: Organization of Life

  • investigate cell structure and processes, including energy transfer, and transport of materials, in unicellular and multicellular organisms which are representative of each kingdom
  • compare the anatomies, physiologies and behaviours of multicellular organisms including protists, fungi, plants and animals
  • explore how the dynamic nature of biological classification reflects advances in scientific understanding of relationships among organisms

Unit 3: Genetics and Biotechnology

  • explore classical (Mendelian) and current (chromosomal) understandings of biological inheritance
  • investigate how genetic information is stored, transmitted and expressed at the molecular level
  • explore the impacts of historical, current and emerging biotechnologies on self, society and the environment
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    Gurpreet Sidhu | Physics Instructor | University College of North | The Pas, MB

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    Matt Tumbach | Secondary Instructional Technology Leader | Tommy Douglas Collegiate | Saskatoon, SK

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    Mark Richards | Technology Integration Consultant | Annapolis Valley R.S.B. | Nova Scotia

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    Shawn McFadden | Technical Specialist | Ryerson University | Toronto, Ontario

  • During distance learning due to COVID-19 school shut down, I was given a short window to collect what I could from my classroom to teach online. The PASCO wireless sensors and Smart Carts were my top priority to collect to implement distance learning. By sharing experimental data with students via SPARKVue, the sensors were pivotal in creating an online experience that still allowed students to grow with their lab skills. It was easy to record videos of the data collection and share the data with my students. They did a phenomenal job examining and interpreting the data.


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