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Teacher resources for K-12 educators

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Path2STEM – Space Technologies and Engineering

Explore technologies and engineering in Space in your classroom! Let’s develop STEM skills in engineering design, computational thinking, electronics, and 3D design together.


Path2STEM – Automotive and Mobility Technologies and Engineering

The automotive and mobility needs future problem solvers, creators, and innovators! Let’s develop STEM skills in engineering design, computational thinking, electronics, and 3D design in your classroom! Let’s get moving!


Bringing STEM to Life: Grade 9, De-Streamed Science (SNC1W) Resource

This resource provides a series of examples that integrate Strand A: STEM Skills, Careers, and Connections in the biology, chemistry, physics, and earth and space science strands of the curriculum. This resource provides recommendations for implementing project-based learning experiences, connected to real-world problem-solving, and provides a starting point for students to develop skills and their interests in STEM.

"The Darkest Dark" study guide cover title page, created by Lassonde k2i academy in support of Young People's Theater's play "The Darkest Dark"

The Darkest Dark

k2i academy has collaborated with Space Place and YPT (Young People’s Theatre) to present a teacher resource connected to Grade 1-6 Ontario Science & Technology curriculum for the new YPT theatre production, “The Darkest Dark”! It encourages young people to explore the world and universe around them through guided activities. Through observations and questioning, youth will discover science concepts that explain shadows, light and what we see in space.

From the imagination of Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield comes a ground-breaking new theatrical experience at YPT. The Darkest Dark is inspired by Commander Hadfield’s bestselling children’s book and brought to the stage by co-writers Jim Millan and Ian MacIntyre, and renowned illusionist David Ben. Weaving theatre, multimedia and magic, The Darkest Dark reveals a universe where anything is possible. And where the dark… is for dreaming. 

ON STAGE February 20 – April 2, 2023

Recommended for ages 6+