Always in Beta: MSTLTT Web Site is Continuously Improving

As we begin a new year and we are reflecting on what we have achieved and what we would like to achieve as mathematics and science educators, we cannot stop thinking that our teaching and our MSTLTT web site is “Always in Beta” – we are continuously working on improving it. This feeling of never […]
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More Bio and Math Questions

While visiting the Millennium Park at downtown Chicago and admiring the Bean (the Cloud Gate) sculpture by a British artist Anish Kapoor, I realized what makes it even more beautiful – an opportunity for the visitors to engage with it at a very personal level – to touch it, to look at your own image, […]
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Investigating Our Practices Conference 2015

At UBC the coming of the spring is always associated with the spring conference for BC teachers, teacher-educators, and teacher-candidates. This year, on Saturday, May 2nd, 2015 UBC Faculty of Education will host 18th UBC Investigating our Practices Conference. Our team will be presenting four papers related to our work on the Mathematics and Science […]
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Happy New Year!

Dear Science and Mathematics educators: on behalf of all of us working on this resource we would like to wish you a happy and productive year of 2015. UNESCO recently announced 2015 to be the International Year of Light and Light-Based Technologies. This is very exciting as this is another resource that can help teachers […]
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MSTLTT Database is Used by Current and Former UBC Teacher-Candidates

We are proud to report that our database is used by UBC Science and Mathematics teacher-candidates. We know that the first year of teaching might be very stressful, so having a resource designed by experienced educators at your fingertips is very helpful. Our teacher-candidates report how they use the resource and hot using it changed […]
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MSTLTT Project has more than 1000 Conceptual Questions!

On March 8, 2012 hundreds of BC physics students (430 students) and more than 50 physics teachers came to UBC to participate in 36th UBC Physics Olympics: http://physoly.phas.ubc.ca/  One of the most popular events in the Olympics was Quizzics – an event that included conceptual multiple-choice physics questions, like the one shown below. Our MSTLTT resource is […]
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MSTLTT Project has been funded for another year!

UBC Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund funded our MSTLTT project for another year! It is the third year of funding and the continuous support from the UBC Teaching and Learning Enhancement fund is crucial in helping us change how mathematics and science are taught in the Province of British Columbia. The results of the first […]
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Science Off the Sphere Project from NASA

I am currently attending the American Association of Physics Teachers. I attended a plenary session where I learned about a great project spearheaded by NASA astronaut Dr. Don Pettit. The resource is called: Science off the Sphere. I hope all science teachers and students will benefit from exploring this wonderful resource. It has amazing videos, ideas […]
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Problem-Based Learning for College Physics

It is an excellent resource for teachers who want to implement PBL in their classroom. While the site is dedicated to college teaching, it is created having grade 12 students and AP physics students in mind. It is widely used all around the world and it is created by our Canadian colleagues from Quebec.
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Happy New Year to all Math & Science Students and Teachers

Our team would like to wish all Mathematics and Science practicing and prospective teachers and students a great year of 2014. May it bring you happiness, success, health, and great math and science ideas, lessons, discoveries, and discussions. May mathematics and science make this year more interesting, fulfilling and exciting. We hope you will be […]
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