Science in the City is the biggest National Science Week celebration of science for schools. Taking over Australian Museum from 6-15 August 2019 with interactive workshops, shows, and a speciality Expo, Science in the City also offers community and teacher activities as part of its 2019 program.
Teacher Professional Development night
This NESA-accredited Teacher PD will contribute 1 hour and 30 minutes of NESA Registered Professional Development. Hear from NSW Chief Scientist and Engineer Professor Hugh Durrant-Whyte and experience hands-on science fun with demonstrations by Fizzics Education.
With quick-fire, TeachMeet style presentations, this event will bring together teachers (science and non-science alike, across K-12) to share experiences, innovative practices and new ideas in teaching. This is a fantastic opportunity to network and share ideas and be inspired.
Thursday 13 August from 5-7pm. Register to attend
Little Explorers Big Day Out
An explosive day of awesome science activities designed especially for little kids aged 7 years and under. Workshops, shows and hands-on demonstrations with real-life scientists will thrill and inspire curious minds, with explorations into volcano eruptions, dinosaurs, chemistry and First Nations cultures.
Friday 9 August 9.30am-3pm. Register to attend
Super Science Saturday
Throw on your lab coats as the whole of the Australian Museum is turned into a giant laboratory for Sydney’s biggest day of kids’ science! Expect demonstrations with real-life scientists, explosive on-stage science shows, exploration of First Nations cultures and live reptiles.
Saturday 10 August 9.30am-4pm. Register to attend
Alan Duffy on the Moon
To celebrate 50 years since man first stepped on the Moon, we’re hosting a special evening with astrophsyicist and Eureka Prize winner Alan Duffy. Listen as Duffy takes you on a cosmic journey into the future of moon exploration, lunar extraction and the balance humans will need to find between opportunity and exploitation.
Thursday 13 August 6-7.00pm. Register to attend
Image courtesy of Australian Museum. Science in the City is supported by Inspiring Australia as part of National Science Week.