Horticulture-Ontario Secondary Teachers Association (HOSTA)
Ontario Association of Physics Teachers (OAPT)
Ontario Science Centre
Download teacher guides, exhibit inquiries, curriculum connections, professional development opportunities.
SELO/LESO: Science Education Leaders of Ontario/Les leadeurs en education des sciences de l’Ontario
The Science Education Leaders of Ontario is a group of science leaders dedicated to supporting teachers and students in science (and technology) education. We meet semi-annually to share our best new learning, build leadership capacity, and advocate for resources that improve student learning and achievement across the province.
A middle school science teacher Darren Fix entertains with science lessons, and experiments using Mr. Wizard-style experiments, like using a jellyfish to learn genetic engineering.
Science Co-ordinators & Consultants Association of Ontario
The Science Coordinators and Consultants Association of Ontario is a group of science leaders dedicated to supporting teachers and students in pursuit of improved science education.
Science Teachers’ Association of Ontario (STAO)
Visit the STAO website to download K-12 science resources on topics including STEM/STEAM, inquiry, critical thinking, safety, and Indigenous learning. Information on our annual conference and STAO networking opportunities are also available.
Teacher Learning Co-op (TLC) project reports 2015
TLC uses a problem-based learning model, supported by the Ontario Ministry of Education. It has two areas of focus: using information and communication technologies (ICT) to enhance teaching and learning. Projects focus on creating resources, developing strategies for using iPads in the classroom, developing resources for bringing manipulatives into the Grade 8 classroom or developing strategies and resources for using information and communication technologies.
The Religion Teacher - Catholic Lesson Plans
Teaching in a Catholic school or parish religious education program, you know that lesson planning for religion is different from any other topic. While teaching about God and faith is essential, so too must we strive to teach young people to love God and serve him and others. This is no easy task. It takes careful planning and the use of practical resources and engaging activities to pull it off well.