Join Museum Victoria staff as we virtually explore the museums, sharing their great collections and expertise.
The first session from Museums Victoria in 2017 will be at 2:30pm on the 6th of June showcasing the “First Peoples” exhibit at Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre at Melbourne Museum. This exhibit celebrates the history, culture, achievements and survival of Victoria’s Aboriginal people.
This session will be available via Polycom, Lync or Skype for Business.
We’ve just been given the all clear from NASA for Jessica Meir, a trained astronaut waiting for a place to travel in space, to talk to us next Wednesday 18th Oct. We are sorry for the short notice but this is one of those opportunities we can’t let go by. If you can join us you’ll have a once in a blue moon conversation with Jessica and provide deep learning for your students.
Jessica Meir competed a Bachelor of Arts in Biology, a Master of Science in Space and a Doctorate in Marine Biology. She works for the NASA Johnson Space Centre and was involved in human physiology research that took place on the Space Shuttle and the International Space Station. She also participated in research flights on NASA’s reduced gravity aircraft and was an aquanaut crew member as part of the Aquarius under water habitat for the 4th NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO).
She has undergone extensive astronaut training which included intensive briefings and instructions on the International Space Station systems, space walks, robotics and water and wilderness survival training.
We will have two sessions, one at 12:30pm for the Secondary students and one at 2pm for Primary students. Register Register here
An amazing opportunity at Scienceworks has arisen for students all over Victoria to hear stories from the perspective of those who have ventured, worked and lived in space! Astronaut Stories Australia is a keynote series of events run by the AIAA to bring the stories, passion and inspiration of the world’s astronauts and cosmonauts to life. (Instructions on how to enter questions for astronauts to ask – to include school identification.)
Dorin was selected for a joint space flight with the Russian cosmonaut Leonid Popov in May 1981. They completed an eight-day space mission on board Soyuz 40 and the Salyut 6 space laboratory where they completed scientific experiments.
Times: 10.30am – 11.30am and 12.30-1.30pm possibility of 1.45pm – 2.45pm
Date: 20th September
The Melbourne Museum is providing a virtual session showcasing some of the First Peoples exhibit from the Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre. This exhibit celebrates the history, culture, achievements and survival of Victoria’s Aboriginal people and we will have the opportunity to view some of the amazing pieces, as well as speak to experts from the Museum.
The session will be on June the 6th at 2:30 and will be available via Polycom, Lync and Skype for Business.
Register to secure your place here: https://goo.gl/forms/2sCu2lTSU9dXODI52