There are many wonderful and reputable resources that exist online that lend themselves to learning geography and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). Below is a list of educational websites that are among our staff favourites. These resources are not restricted to a grade level, but rather are best suited for anyone who considers themselves a lifelong learner. This list will expand as the Online Classroom grows, therefore we encourage you to visit regularly to browse the latest additions.
A valuable website for those who wish to learn more about respecting nature and its resources, and maintaining a world that is safe and biologically diverse for future generations.
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Canadian Geographic Education (Can Geo Education) is the educational committee of The Royal Canadian Geographical Society. The programs of Can Geo Education aim to strengthen geographic understanding, both inside and outside of the classroom. In addition to increasing the emphasis on geography within the Canadian educational system, Can Geo Education endeavours to increase public awareness of the importance of geographical literacy.
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