(Yrs 5-6) Continental Drift: Fact or Fiction? March 3rd 11.30-12.30 am
March 3 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Alfred Wegener in 1912 describes the Earths outer layer, the crust, as being made up of giant ‘plates’ that drift apart and together over millions of years. Let Professor Noah Lott engage your students in the science of sudden geological change and how it affects the earth’s surface. Working in groups, students will construct their own volcanoes exploring how liquids and gasses behave in different ways .
Please note: Schools will receive a STEM-in-a-box kit to facilitate student interaction during this dial-in event. Classroom teachers will be required to supervise their students active engagement in the experiment Professor Noah Lott will demonstrate.
Numbers are strictly limited! One class of 25 students per registered school.
|Available Dates||Times||Year Level||Cost?|
|March 3rd||11.30 – 12.30 pm||5-6||Free|
How do I dial in?
Once your booking has been confirmed you will be sent the dial-in details. You will be able to access from your classroom by projecting your laptop onto your whiteboard or using a Polycom mobile monitor if you have one. The dial in details can be used by:
- CISCO Webex (Victorian schools/teachers have access to Webex)
- Skype for Office (Victorian schools/teachers have access to Skype for Office)
How can I use the new CISCO Webex on my own laptop to connect to this event?
Ecolinc will provide an easy-to-follow details to get you started. Click here for full details.