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Friday, February 21 • 11:30am - 2:15pm
Design Challenges for High School Physics

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From resisting earthquakes with engineering to designing a faster propulsion system for submarines, this session will provide design challenge opportunities aligned with Science 10, Physics 20, and Physics 30 using inexpensive materials. Participants will be actively engaging with a number of design challenges from the Perimeter Institute's educational resources that highlight effective teaching practices. These design challenges provide opportunities for students to apply their understanding to authentic problems while promoting problem solving within challenging constraints.

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Kristina Wasyleczko

Science Teacher
Kristina is a general science and physics teacher at Chestermere High School near Calgary, Alberta. She is passionate about applying physics education research in the classroom to improve student learning and inspiring teacher engagement with evidence-based strategies. Kristina is... Read More →


Friday February 21, 2020 11:30am - 2:15pm
Telus 110 Calgary Telus Convention Centre