Learners will learn about hydro energy; how electricity can be generated from flowing water. Learners will explore the co-benefits and tradeoffs of large hydro power systems and compare it with micro hydro systems.
Learners will learn about solar heat and how it can be converted into electricity using photovoltaic cells.
Learners will learn about the solar heat energy and how it can be harnessed in various technologies.
In this activity, learners will understand how wind can be harnessed to generate electricity and learn about the benefits of wind energy as a renewable energy source.
This investigation takes learners through the inquiry process to discover how transportation is a significant factor in helping people in cities decide where they will live. It uses the RBC & Pembina Institute Location Matters report.
Learners will learn how to plan a road trip with a given scenario while ensuring the car has enough power along the way.
Learners will learn about the importance of a pumped hydro facility and design and build a model.
GreenLearning's Spiral Inquiry gets learners excited about research and investigation. New inquiry models that encourage open-ended and learner-centred investigations are now key components in provincial curricula across Canada, and our Spiral Inquiry method is a robust model that's clear and helpful to educators and learners.
Learners will investigate the electrostatic effect and it’s connection to Coulomb’s law. the technology to the correct type of energy storage.