Get in on a fantastic science experience this year by registering a group of students for a station-based, hands-on learning day led by experts in areas important to our environment such as clean water, healthy soil and climate change. Students will be able to try out scientific equipment and get informed and inspired towards careers in environmental science, biology and more.
Arctic Science Day is a free science experience for Grades 6 to 12 students.
Arctic Science Day connects your students with scientists who are researching the impacts of climate change on ecosystems and human communities in Canada's Arctic.
Warning: Arctic Science Day MAY inspire your students towards careers in environmental sciences.
Arctic Science Day is made possible through the in-kind donation of time, equipment and skills from research scientists and graduate students from the University of Manitoba: Centre for Earth Observation Sciences, ArcticNet and Fisheries and Oceans Canada.
Arctic Science Day
Thursday, March 5, 2020
FREE - transportation not included
Grade 9-12 Experience
Length: 9:30am - 3:30pm
Registration maximum: 5 students, with 1 teacher/adult supervisor.
*Independent student permission applications available on request.
Grade 6-8 Experience
Length: 10:00am-12:00pm OR 12:45pm-2:45pm.
Registration maximum: 1 class - 25-30 students, with 2 teachers/adult supervisors.
Opens November 26, 2019 at 9:00 AM
Dig It! Skills in Soil Science is a hands-on learning opportunity for students in Grades 9 to 12.
Dig It! has been held in early May, and date is TBC for 2020. Check back soon.
This FREE experience is a great way to learn more about agriculture in Manitoba and the environment and develop hands-on soil science skills.
Get together with the experts from Manitoba Agriculture to sample soil, complete soil chemistry tests, classify soils by texture, take in the Great Rain and Snow Show, and more.
Freshwater Ecology Day in early October is an opportunity for your students to learn about current water issues and actions we all can take to help protect water in Manitoba. Learning stations are led by educators and experts in freshwater science including IISD- Experimental Lakes Area.
Students visit 6 stations throughout the day with hands-on experiences such as...
Aquatic Invertebrates - Water Chemistry - Water Monitoring - and more!
Registration is open to 10 students per school. A minimum of one teacher must attend with students.
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