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This is an inquiry based learning unit which engages pupils with engineering by inviting them to participate in a design challenge concerning the transport of water.
This resource evaluates students' understanding of how a circuit works.
This resource outlines ways to improve energy efficiency in city buildings.
This resource explores heat flow through building materials.
In this four-week program, students explore shelter-based design thinking challenges and STEM activities related to shelter. The curriculum focuses on the intersection between design thinking, STEM, and shelter.
In this activity the teacher will demonstrate the use of board drafting tools and equipment to create a title block for an architectural drawing.
This booklet articulates the lessons A+DS believes can be learnt from masterplans that have been assessed through our Design Review process.
This lesson introduces hydroelectric power.
This lecture describes manufacturing in space.
This text introduces students to various electrical components and the symbols used to identify them in circuit diagrams.
In this lesson, students are introduced to the properties of inclined planes and how they can make difficult tasks easier.
This lesson explores the history of human flight, from the Wright brothers through the space age.
This lesson introduces students to the early history of airplane flight.
This reading introduces students to pulleys. It describes how a basic pulley works and explains the mechanical advantage of pulleys.
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The Darakht-e Danesh Library PO Box 86016 Marda Loop, Calgary, AB T2T 6B7