VROC Canada
VROC Canada
VROC Canada

VROC Canada

VROC's goal is to inspire students to develop an interest in science, technology, engineering and Math by providing resources to enhance the curriculum.

Who will you inspire?

Math lesson starters From Jonathan Hall @studymath

Neil Armstrong & the Moon Baby

The Doggie Detector earns accolades for young scientist

Former astronaut inspires Denver-area students in math, technology #STEM

Graduating with Technology -- 70% of kids age 2-15 can operate a computer mouse, but only 11% can tie their shoes...

UCSB researchers demonstrate that 15=3x5 about half of the time

Jennifer Bevill won first place in the category Knowledge Building & Critical Thinking for "Peace Project," which uses technology to communicate and collaborate with students in Japan, developing a presentation to address a common issue.

A physicist explains the ATLAS experiment on a board at the European Center for Nuclear Research outside Geneva in May, 2011. The illustration shows what the long-presumed Higgs boson particle is thought to look like. (Anja Niedringhaus/Associated Press)

Insulin use does not harm people with diabetes--New study from Dr. Hertzel Gerstein at McMaster University

Self Driving Car only 10 years away from being a reality?

Onion root cell - Anaphase

Numberplay: Three-Point Turn

Question: How do you fill the men's 8 rowboat for maximum speed? Hint: The engine room

A must watch for Math teachers grades 5-12: Why Math?, an educational video podcast series coming September 2012 #mathchat

The secret molecular life of soap bubbles

Great tool made specifically for teachers and educators to simplify their lesson planning

Janelle Tam, Grade 12 researcher wins top honours in Sanofi BioGENEius Challenge Canada finals at NRC #SBCC2012

I want to be Marshall Zhang, an inspiring young high school student (yes, high school!) and national winner of the Sanofi BioGENEius Challenge Canada 2011

The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame Discovery Days at Western University and Fanshawe College

AMAZING...all teachers should visit this site

Animated chalk drawings to define scientific terms/concepts