About Teaching Resources

VISION

To provide a central location for teachers to share innovative and best practices in education for the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).

The Teaching Resources section is aimed towards all secondary school teachers. Teachers can share resources such as teaching methods, lesson plans, testing methods, co-curricular activities, and instructional materials.

The Teaching Resources sections strives to:

  • Build and sustain a catalogue of best practice teaching methodologies and practices
  • Promote continuous evaluation of teaching methodologies and practices
  • Support teachers in improving student learning and scholarship through educational reform
  • Foster collaboration among teachers and students across the country

PEER REVIEW PROCESS

All teaching resources submitted to the Journal of Student Science and Technology are subjected to a peer review process.

Resources will be screened for suitability by the teaching resources editorial board, analyzed for plagiarism, and assessed on potential benefit to the STEM teaching community. A shortlist of papers recommended for publication will then be created. For selected resources, authors and the teaching resources editorial board will collaborate to prepare the resource for publication.

SUBMISSIONS

Any teaching resource that you feel would be helpful to teachers in the STEM fields is welcome. Include in your submission any pertinent information and instructions that allows the reader to understand the scope and application of the resource.

 

If you are interested in sharing a resource, please email brandon.tang@fsst.ca for further information.

CONTACTS

Section Editor
Brandon Tang: brandon.tang@fsst.ca

Associate Editors
Aatif Qureshi: aatif.qureshi@fsst.ca

Susie Son: susie.son@fsst.ca
 
Allison Walker: allison.walker@fsst.ca