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Year: 1996 – Province: Alberta
Daniel Leskiw of the Victoria School in Edmonton, Alberta, noticed that students going on to non-science careers tended to take biology as their one and only science option. In order to expose these students to a wider range of scientific study, he developed two courses, called Science 20 and Science 30, that cover various science topics such as chemistry, biology and earth sciences. In addition to this, he has created many other learning opportunities involving local industry and using the Interne t.
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