Activities at Home #2a: Grow Your Own Mold! (Grade 3 – 4)

Students will learn the importance of frequent handwashing by contrasting the production of mold on an object exposed to bacteria present on their hands throughout the course of a typical day, compared to the rate of mold production on an object exposed to recently washed hands. Students will also learn the importance of tracking the frequency of handwashing throughout their day-to-day routines. … More Activities at Home #2a: Grow Your Own Mold! (Grade 3 – 4)

Activities at Home #2a: Grow Your Own Mold! (Grade 5 – 6)

Students will learn the importance of frequent handwashing by contrasting the production of mold on an object exposed to bacteria present on their hands throughout the course of a typical day, compared to the rate of mold production on an object exposed to recently washed hands. Students will also learn the importance of tracking the frequency of handwashing throughout their day-to-day routines. … More Activities at Home #2a: Grow Your Own Mold! (Grade 5 – 6)

Activities at Home #2a: Grow Your Own Mold! (Grade 1 – 2)

Students will learn the importance of frequent handwashing by contrasting the production of mold on an object exposed to bacteria present on their hands throughout the course of a typical day, compared to the rate of mold production on an object exposed to recently washed hands. Students will also learn the importance of tracking the frequency of handwashing throughout their day-to-day routines. … More Activities at Home #2a: Grow Your Own Mold! (Grade 1 – 2)

Activities at Home #2b: Handwashing Diary (Grade 1 – 6)

Students will learn the importance of frequent handwashing by contrasting the production of mold on an object exposed to bacteria present on their hands throughout the course of a typical day, compared to the rate of mold production on an object exposed to recently washed hands. Students will also learn the importance of tracking the frequency of handwashing throughout their day-to-day routines. … More Activities at Home #2b: Handwashing Diary (Grade 1 – 6)

Teacher Candidates and Museum Placements: Something Different (in a Good Way)

The following was written by Justin Ao, a Queen’s Education Program Placement Student, who was with the Museum of Health Care during March 2020. Education as an institution has evolved through the years – not only what we teach, but how and why we teach is drastically different from mere decades ago. As a Queen’s … More Teacher Candidates and Museum Placements: Something Different (in a Good Way)