By: Ms Helen Wheeler, Category: Lifelong Learning, Date: 10 Aug 2011
The Museum has become a hive of activity with students swarming to Science the City 2011.
Primary students having fun at the Australian Museum
Photographer: Stuart Humphreys © Australian Museum
The Museum is abuzz with primary school students hypothesising, researching, thinking, testing and recording at this year's Science in the City. It's bigger and better than ever. Students are interacting with scientists in the Science in the City Expo, being held for the first time in our brand new exhibition space.
For three days this week primary students are being motivated by science in workshops, educational talks and interactive whiz bang shows. Imaginations are being stung with thoughts of a possible future career in science. Expert scientists and presenters from the University of Sydney, 3M, Fizzics, CSIRO, Questacon, SOPA are engaging students in all things scientific.
Next week secondary school students will have their opportunity for fun and inspiration about science.
If your students missed out this year ensure you book early for 2012.