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High School Resources

GlycoNet has teamed up with the University of Alberta’s Centre for Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education (CMASTE) to produce resources for use in Canadian high school classrooms.

 

GlycoNet-CMASTE Outreach Program

Each summer, GlycoNet-affiliated researchers host several teachers in their labs. Over the course of a couple of weeks, the teachers become familiar with the projects GlycoNet researchers are working on, learn about the career possibilities in glycomics-related STEM fields, and have the opportunity to try out some basic experiments. The teachers then draw on this experience to create resources and activities for use in general science, biology, and chemistry classrooms across the country.

Past Workshops and Highlights

Carbohydrate classroom reaches Northwest Territories and Northern British Columbia (February 25, 2021)
High school teachers become students for one day to learn about glycoscience

Bringing carbohydrate science into high school classrooms (Nov 28, 2019)
A full day workshop connecting high school science teachers with current scientific research conducted at the University of Saskatchewan

Carb loading: Edmonton-area science teachers go back to school for lessons on carbohydrates (Dec 1, 2018, Edmonton Journal)
High school teachers were on the other side of the classroom at the University of Alberta on Friday with the chance to play with the research on carbohydrates being done in their own backyard.

Resources for High School Teachers

Browse the following high school resources developed with different research institutions across Canada. Wondering which resources to choose from to integrate with your curriculum? Try our curriculum linkages tool.

Creative Commons License

All high school science resources featured on this page of the Canadian Glycomics Network website are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

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