Welcome to the CDDHS Science Department.
Chemistry – Blow it up!
Biology – Cut it up!
Physics – Throw it up!
Environment – Clean it up!
|SNC1W||Destreamed||An introduction to answering questions in ecology, chemistry, electricity and space. Explore the sciences through lab activities and gain a deeper understanding of the world around you.|
|SNC1L||Essential||Exploring science through investigation, student driven questions and developing critical thinking skills.|
|SNC2P/2L||Applied/Essential||An introduction into optics, understanding body systems, climate change and chemistry. Hands on activities including dissections, experiments and other activities.|
|SNC2D||Academic||Why is the sky blue? Is the world getting warmer? Why are lemons acidic? What does my liver do? Find out your Chemistry, Climate, Biology and Light answers here.|
|SCH3U||University||Everything you hear, see, smell, taste, and touch involves chemistry and chemicals (matter). With such an enormous range of topics, it is essential to know about chemistry at some level to understand the world around us (ACL, Chemistry for life).|
|SBI3C||College||Understanding the different types of cells from the inside out and how cells interact to make up all living things. Fun activities: understanding how you look like you , dissections, simulating the spread of disease and vaccination, and building models of DNA.|
|SBI3U||University||An overview of different areas in biology, including body systems and genetics. Fun activities include: Dissection and medical clinic.|
(Open to all)
|Using science to explore safety in the workplace. Exploring the impact human activities has on the environment|
|SPH3U||University||Mathematical explanations of the physical world. Yes it IS rocket science|
|SCH4U||University||Community, Health, Environment, Medicine, Industry, Science, Teaching, Research, You!|
|SCH4C||College||You can begin your training as a chemical laboratory technician. NO, you should NOT lick your fingers!|
|SPH4U||University||Find our what Einstein was talking about. Learn how physical things interact with matter. Learn how the universe work.|
(open to all)
|Using science to explore safety in the workplace. Looking at ideas and science practices in biology, chemistry, and electricity that can be used by students after high school.|