The following pages have been set-up to supplement the texts used in my classes at Victoria Park Collegiate in Toronto.

A physicist's brother was complaining about a desk drawer that was always stuck and that he just kept having to use force to get it open.  The physicist said, "Why don't you use 'ma' to get it open?  It's the same thing."

Q.  Why do physicists have problems with knitting?
A.  Because while they may understand string in theory, their projects keep running into problems with quantum entanglement

links for school courses
grade 9 science
grade 10 science
grade 11 chemistry
grade 12 academic chemistry

Links for other teachers:
Torrie (physics)