We want to help in your classroom, whether you are teaching science, mathematics, or even literature.
At SciNet, we do applied mathematics three hundred trillion times a second, in the service of research from climate science to astrophysics and biomedical science, and for product design to better engines to burning biofuels. Digital humanities researchers use Compute Canada facilities to analyze texts to look for patterns, or to see similarities between pieces of music.
We have a number of programs for working with Ontario schools, including sending researchers to classrooms, and project-based learning on computer-powered topics. Contact us to discuss how we can work with you.
- What Is SciNet?(brochure)
- SciNet In The Classroom(1-page info sheet)
- Computational Resources On-Line for Mathematics Education (categorized by age group, curriculum goal)