The Education Library is a member of Science Teachers' Association of Ontario (STAO)
You have access to Elements (the magazine for P/J teachers, and to Crucible (the magazine for I/S teachers). You also have access to the Virtual Library of lesson plans and activities shared by teachers across Ontario. Queen's B.Ed. candidates have published in Elements over the years -- check it ou!
Queen's U Library has subscribed to membership access for you. The access information you need is available from your Education Password Page. If you need a reminder of the password for the guide, just use your Queen's email address to email Brenda, your PJ Librarian.
Go to the Education Library Passwords for K-8 Teachers guide. Can't remember the password? Please use your Queen's email account to email Brenda, your liaison librarian, for the access information. You must
If you have already set up your teacher account, access LEARN360 here
LEARN360 is a curated collection of K-12 videos that both you and your students can use to learn about topics in Science and other subjects. All publicly-funded schools in Ontario have access to LEARN360 -- both teachers and students -- thanks to a license provided by the Ministry of Education through the Ontario Software Acquisition Program Advisory Committee (OSAPAC).
Take advantage of the custom segmenting and playlist features to integrate curriculum-connected video into your lessons.
TumbleBooks Library contains fiction, non-fiction, and audio books plus videos. Access TumbleBooks with the Queen's Education Library username and password available in the Education Library Password for K-8 Teachers guide. Need a reminder of your password to that guide? Use your Queen's email address to email Brenda, your Liaison Librarian, for a reminder.
Ontario schools and Queen's teacher candidates also have access to Scholastic's BookFlix. Find your password here.
IN THE LIBRARY:
All our teacher resources are shelved by subject, and K-8 Science textbooks are mostly shelved at call number Q 161.
However, there are also textbooks shelved in the call numbers for specific science topics, so you may also want to check these shelves too: