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SEX: A TELL-ALL EXHIBITION!

Educational tools - Teaching guide and student files.

To accompany students from Secondary 1-2-3, the Montréal Science Centre has conceived two Situations of Learning and Evaluation (SLE), based on Sex: A Tell-All Exhibition! These situations, proposed within the framework of an interdisciplinary project, offer to teachers a unique opportunity to approach the sexuality subject with their pupils and to think about this mysterious dimension of teenager’s life.

Mainly, the project consists in writing a contemporary story about Romeo and Juliet. With the help of this imaginary story, teens have to integrate different aspects of sexuality from birth to adulthood, and be able to explain to other youth specific scientific contents.

Three PDF files are available:

Teacher's guide (PDF)

Instructions for Secondary Cycle One students (PDF)

Instructions for first year Secondary Cycle Two students (PDF)

00WATT CLASSROOM TOOLKIT

On the trail of Terawattus Energivorus!

Join the investigation! With Inspector 00Watt and his toolkit full of case files, games and science experiments, turn your students into ambassadors for energy conservation.

Saving energy is easy!
For more information, visit the Réseau Technosience

N.B.: The number of kits is limited.

Mental health

Are you looking for ways to help students think and talk about mental health and mental health disorders?

This teacher’s guide can help guide classroom discussions about mental health. It includes in-class exercises and also offers tips to help you listen and lend support to your students.

The guide also points you towards specialized resources, services and hotlines where you can find guidance and get help on how to best support your students.

DOWNLOAD THE TEACHERS's GUIDE

This guide was designed for secondary-level students and teachers. The language used, as well as its activities and content, were all designed for students ages 12 to 17. Please ensure you adapt this content if you plan on presenting it to cycle 3 elementary students.