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Space in STEM - Mini Worlds

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South Australian Museum - the Armoury

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Adelaide, SA 5000

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Recommended for Year 8 to 11 teachers

Curriculum links: Science; Digital Technologies; Mathematics; Science as a human endeavour

Presenter: Sam Moyle

Note: 40 tickets available per session

Space sciences are not merely isolated to the ACARA strands of Earth and Space science, but also inform our understandings of the development of our own Earth as an interconnected system, (e.g. the carbon cycle, Earth spheres etc). Learn how to implement a STEM project through the Biology sub-strand of the Year 9 science curriculum, designing terrariums from base-geometric shapes and creating a 3D construct capable of supporting a self-designed mini ecosystem. The final project enables an exploration of the terraforming nature of photosynthetic life forms through atmospheric conversion of carbon dioxide to oxygen rich environments, with application towards future worlds.

Contact sam.moyle@brighton.sa.edu.au for more information.

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