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Teaching resources on engineering and geoscience

GeoExplore Saskatchewan

Tired of the same old scenery? GeoExplore Saskatchewan is an interactive map to explore the geoscience wonders of the province. There are over 80 points of interest with photos and explanations of a variety of unique and beautiful Saskatchewan features, plus thematic pages explaining fundamental geological concepts in plain language, like the Avonlea and Big Muddy badlands (with iconic castle butte), the Qu’Appelle Valley glacial spillway, and the rock formations that created Saskatchewan's waterfalls and cliffs. This project is ongoing, so check back to see what’s new!

Dream Big: Engineering Our World

How about something inspiring? This heartfelt movie about human ingenuity in engineering is available on Netflix. The corresponding Educator Guide and additional video resources are available at https://dreambigfilm.com/education/.


DiscoverE works to ensure that young students discover engineering through these resources:

Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan
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