Provides links to the Departmental libraries and the Manitoba Text Book Bureau, and describes the calls for learning resources within Manitoba and the Western and Northern Canadian Protocol for Collaboration (WNCP).
Guide for the Video Sila Alangotok - Inuit Observations
on Climate Change
This guide provides suggested learning activities related to the video produced by the International Institute for Sustainable Development. Both the video and the guide were distributed to all Manitoba schools offering Grade 10. The video is also available for purchase at the MTBB (#9988).
Teachers' Association of Manitoba (STAM)
This recently revised website includes links to many science related sites, activities, and resources as well as announcements of events important to Manitoba science teachers. STAM is also interested in posting quality "grassroots" teaching materials on its website. Contact Robert Striemer via the website for more information.
Teachers Association of Ontario (STAO)
This website has been created by STAO (founded in 1890) for both science teachers and students. You can find out more about the organization, upcoming conferences, selected articles from their periodicals, or visit the Crucible and Elements page as well as other science related sites and organizations.
Science Teachers' Association (NSTA)
The National Science Teachers Association is committed to promoting excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all. Its website offers information to science teachers, supervisors, administrators, scientists, business and industry representatives, and others involved in science education.
Association of Biology Teachers (NABT)
The National Association of Biology Teachers offers a website dedicated exclusively to the concerns of biology and life science educators.
Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT)
This site complements a wide array of AAPT-offered meetings, programs, conferences and publications to assist physics teachers and others who are committed to the improvement of science education.
The American Chemical Society is the world's largest scientific society with a membership of over 151,000 chemists and chemical engineers. The Society is recognized as a world leader in fostering scientific education and research, and promoting public understanding of science.