Hands-On Science and Technology for Ontario, Grade 4


An Inquiry Approach
by Jennifer Lawson

Grade: for grade 4
(1 customer review)
SKU: 978-1-55379-710-4 Categories: , Tag:

$109.00$136.00

Format:
  • Softcover
  • eBook

Experienced educators share their best, classroom-tested ideas in this teacher-friendly, activity-based resource.

The grade 4 book is divided into four units:

  • Habitats and Communities
  • Pulleys and Gears
  • Light and Sound
  • Rocks and Minerals

STAND-OUT COMPONENTS

  • custom-written for the Ontario curriculum
  • uses an inquiry-based scientific and technological approach
  • builds understanding of Indigenous knowledge and perspectives

TIME-SAVING, COST-EFFECTIVE FEATURES

  • includes resources for both teachers and students
  • a four-part instructional process: activate, action, consolidate and debrief, enhance
  • an emphasis on technology, sustainability, and personalized learning
  • a fully developed assessment plan for assessment for, as, and of learning
  • a focus on real-life technological problem solving
  • learning centres that focus on multiple intelligences and universal design for learning (UDL)
  • land-based learning activities and Makerspace centres
  • access to digital image banks and digital reproducibles (Find download instructions in the Appendix of the book.)

BUY THE PRINT AND EBOOK TOGETHER AND SAVE

  • price reflected at checkout
  • the ebook includes: embedded links for easier navigation and to connect to external resources, accessibility on multiple devices, and a printable PDF format
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1 review for Hands-On Science and Technology for Ontario, Grade 4

  1. Ingrid

    The hands-on manual is a great resource, I love the Indigenous perspective embedded in the lesson plans.

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