Discover more - Energy and Change

Teacher Program

Dates: 18 August 2010
Times: 4:15pm – 6:15pm
Location: Registration Level 1 (Sciencentre), Queensland Museum South Bank
Admission: Free. Bookings are essential. Book on 3840 7608 or education@qm.qld.gov.au

Queensland Museum South Bank has engaging exhibitions, programs and resources that can support the teaching of Energy and Change in your classroom.

This teacher program provides a relaxed opportunity to explore these resources, speak one-on-one with Education Qld and Museum education staff about your specific needs and find out more about accessing these resources.

Teachers attending this program will also receive:

  • Teacher resource bag – containing resources and information,
  • Entry into a draw to win a free class visit to the Sciencentre,
  • Light refreshments.

Participation is free. Bookings are essential as places are limited. Bookings can be made on 3840 7608 or education@qm.qld.gov.au. A confirmation of your booking will be sent to you within two working days.

Special Offer

This teacher program is being held during our National Science Week celebration. Robyn Williams, one of Australia’s foremost science journalists will be speaking at a museum event at 6:30pm that evening. Limited seating has been reserved for teachers attending the Energy and Change program. Please indicate at booking, if you would like to reserve a seat.

Feature resources

This teacher program will feature exhibitions: ENERGEX Playasaurus Place and the Sciencentre, which includes Action Stations and Imagination Factory: Invent and Play. Resources will include relevant Museum Loans Kits, new web learning resources and self-guided and staff facilitated school programs.

ENERGEX Playasaurus Place  - opened in 2009

The energy we use today, was being formed long before dinosaurs ruled the earth; more than 300 million years ago. Designed as a place to learn and play, ENERGEX Playasaurus Place features our much loved life-sized dinosaurs and a colourful exploration of the story of energy.

This exhibition focuses students on a positive and sustainable future, while investigating ancient animals and plants, energy generation and consumption, climate change, and what we can each do to make a difference.

Imagination Factory: Invent and Play  – until 12 Dec 2010

With more than 30 interactive exhibits and information stations, Imagination Factory is designed to feed the imagination of students and have the gears of their mind spinning with new ways to think about the mechanical world. Hands-on exhibits let students experiment with gears, levers, pulleys, pneumatics, wheels and circuits – and discover how simple machines are used to create ingenious inventions.

  • Power a cartoon face with different kinds of power sources.
  • Learn how an engine works.
  • Solve the challenge with Pneumatic pistons.
  • Find the right combination of gears to build the fastest toy animal.

Event Details

Dates
18 August 2010, 04:15 PM - 06:15 PM
Location
Registration Level 1 (Sciencentre), Queensland Museum South Bank
Cost
Free

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