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This strategy helps students consider the potential long-term impacts of an event, issue, trend, etc. using a graphic organizer.

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Overview for educator resources associated with the Fish Market Survey Action Project

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READ-VIEW-LISTEN is a small group learning strategy to help students obtain and summarize information presented in different ways (text, images, audio) in a video.

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Overview document for the educational resources associated with the RADI-N2 Action Project

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This case study introduces students to biotechnology and invites them to explore their first impressions of biotechnology and the past and present impacts of biotechnology in society, as well as in their own life.

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This case study invites students to grapple with authentic issues surrounding genetically modified and engineered organisms, in this case, food and specifically, soybeans.

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In this Action Project, students from across Canada will develop computational thinking skills as they investigate, with CSA astronaut David Saint-Jacques, how one's indoor environment affects people's health and well-being both on Earth and in space.

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Question-Answer Relationship (QAR) is an individual strategy which combines reading/viewing comprehension skills with questioning skills.

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This document contains links to resources which can assist with the exploration of the ethical aspects of stem cell research and treatment options.

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