Exchanging and Mobilizing knowledge among educators can be powerful. However, what's more powerful is involving the students in the knowledge exchange. Students are the vehicles for change, and when they get to see the value of science inquiry-based learning, they will not want any other way to learn. 

On April 18th, we will be hosting a Science Quest Summit at GECDSB for teachers and students. A full day of science inquiry the will include engaging activities and fun. Science can be fun, but science inquiry is enriching fun!

153 junior/intermediate students, 26 teachers, 25 secondary students ...

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