88ac90d89bb2e530c259e82218ecc830

Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

10.00 - 11.00

14.00 - 15.00

16.00 - 17.00

Facilitator

Science Made Simple has a passion for science and all things associated with it! A social enterprise based at Cardiff University in the UK, they aim to share their enthusiasm by offering inspirational and educational experiences at schools and events, up and down the UK and in a range of international venues. Their mission is to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers, to engage the wider public with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) as part of popular culture, and to strengthen connections between researchers and the public. They do this by training professional science communicators for high quality science shows.

Location

Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Science Museum

Music to Your Ears (Exclusive for schools)

How do we make sounds, record sounds and see sounds? This exciting show, with lots of demonstrations and audience interaction, reveals secrets from the basics of sound to the latest in music technology. Witness the ultimate “hands-free” instrument, and see a musical instrument played with a blowtorch! Discover what sound is, and see what it actually looks like. Find out how our ears pick up sound, and how they can be damaged by loud music. Uncover the mysteries of how CD players and MP3 players work, and have fun. You are your voices!

Music to Your Ears (Exclusive for schools)

How do we make sounds, record sounds and see sounds? This exciting show, with lots of demonstrations and audience interaction, reveals secrets from the basics of sound to the latest in music technology. Witness the ultimate “hands-free” instrument, and see a musical instrument played with a blowtorch! Discover what sound is, and see what it actually looks like. Find out how our ears pick up sound, and how they can be damaged by loud music. Uncover the mysteries of how CD players and MP3 players work, and have fun. You are your voices!

Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

10.00 - 11.00

14.00 - 15.00

16.00 - 17.00

Facilitator

Science Made Simple has a passion for science and all things associated with it! A social enterprise based at Cardiff University in the UK, they aim to share their enthusiasm by offering inspirational and educational experiences at schools and events, up and down the UK and in a range of international venues. Their mission is to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers, to engage the wider public with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) as part of popular culture, and to strengthen connections between researchers and the public. They do this by training professional science communicators for high quality science shows.

Location

Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Science Museum

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Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

14.00 - 16.30

20.03 (Tue)

10.00 - 12.30

Facilitator

At the Science Museum in London, UK, we have a wealth of experience in engaging diverse audiences and igniting their curiosity in science. Founded in 1857, the Museum now attracts 3,300,000 visitors a year, half a million of whom come as members of education groups. Through our iconic objects and many interactive exhibits, we aim to help our visitors see the creativity and wonder of science.

Location

Laboratory, Hong Kong Science Museum

Teacher Development Workshop (For secondary school teachers)

During this workshop, the London Science Museum’s experienced teacher training team will share a range of practical approaches to help you engage your students with science. Our activities will focus on connecting classroom learning with your students’ everyday lives, to help demonstrate the relevance and potential of science, and build skills that are useful for science. All our courses are hands-on, and you will leave with all the resources you need to apply the techniques straight away.

Teacher Development Workshop (For secondary school teachers)

During this workshop, the London Science Museum’s experienced teacher training team will share a range of practical approaches to help you engage your students with science. Our activities will focus on connecting classroom learning with your students’ everyday lives, to help demonstrate the relevance and potential of science, and build skills that are useful for science. All our courses are hands-on, and you will leave with all the resources you need to apply the techniques straight away.

Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

14.00 - 16.30

20.03 (Tue)

10.00 - 12.30

Facilitator

At the Science Museum in London, UK, we have a wealth of experience in engaging diverse audiences and igniting their curiosity in science. Founded in 1857, the Museum now attracts 3,300,000 visitors a year, half a million of whom come as members of education groups. Through our iconic objects and many interactive exhibits, we aim to help our visitors see the creativity and wonder of science.

Location

Laboratory, Hong Kong Science Museum

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Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

10.00 - 12.30

20.03 (Tue)

14.00 - 16.30

Facilitator

At the Science Museum in London, UK, we have a wealth of experience in engaging diverse audiences and igniting their curiosity in science. Founded in 1857, the Museum now attracts 3,300,000 visitors a year, half a million of whom come as members of education groups. Through our iconic objects and many interactive exhibits, we aim to help our visitors see the creativity and wonder of science.

Location

Laboratory, Hong Kong Science Museum

Teacher Development Workshop (For primary school teachers)

During this workshop, the London Science Museum’s experienced teacher training team will share a range of practical approaches to help you engage your students with science. Our activities will focus on connecting classroom learning with your students’ everyday lives, to help demonstrate the relevance and potential of science, and build skills that are useful for science. All our courses are hands-on, and you will leave with all the resources you need to apply the techniques straight away.

Teacher Development Workshop (For primary school teachers)

During this workshop, the London Science Museum’s experienced teacher training team will share a range of practical approaches to help you engage your students with science. Our activities will focus on connecting classroom learning with your students’ everyday lives, to help demonstrate the relevance and potential of science, and build skills that are useful for science. All our courses are hands-on, and you will leave with all the resources you need to apply the techniques straight away.

Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

10.00 - 12.30

20.03 (Tue)

14.00 - 16.30

Facilitator

At the Science Museum in London, UK, we have a wealth of experience in engaging diverse audiences and igniting their curiosity in science. Founded in 1857, the Museum now attracts 3,300,000 visitors a year, half a million of whom come as members of education groups. Through our iconic objects and many interactive exhibits, we aim to help our visitors see the creativity and wonder of science.

Location

Laboratory, Hong Kong Science Museum

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88ac90d89bb2e530c259e82218ecc830

Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

10.00 - 11.00

14.00 - 15.00

16.00 - 17.00

Facilitator

Science Made Simple has a passion for science and all things associated with it! A social enterprise based at Cardiff University in the UK, they aim to share their enthusiasm by offering inspirational and educational experiences at schools and events, up and down the UK and in a range of international venues. Their mission is to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers, to engage the wider public with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) as part of popular culture, and to strengthen connections between researchers and the public. They do this by training professional science communicators for high quality science shows.

Location

Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Science Museum

Music to Your Ears (Exclusive for schools)

How do we make sounds, record sounds and see sounds? This exciting show, with lots of demonstrations and audience interaction, reveals secrets from the basics of sound to the latest in music technology. Witness the ultimate “hands-free” instrument, and see a musical instrument played with a blowtorch! Discover what sound is, and see what it actually looks like. Find out how our ears pick up sound, and how they can be damaged by loud music. Uncover the mysteries of how CD players and MP3 players work, and have fun. You are your voices!

Music to Your Ears (Exclusive for schools)

How do we make sounds, record sounds and see sounds? This exciting show, with lots of demonstrations and audience interaction, reveals secrets from the basics of sound to the latest in music technology. Witness the ultimate “hands-free” instrument, and see a musical instrument played with a blowtorch! Discover what sound is, and see what it actually looks like. Find out how our ears pick up sound, and how they can be damaged by loud music. Uncover the mysteries of how CD players and MP3 players work, and have fun. You are your voices!

Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

10.00 - 11.00

14.00 - 15.00

16.00 - 17.00

Facilitator

Science Made Simple has a passion for science and all things associated with it! A social enterprise based at Cardiff University in the UK, they aim to share their enthusiasm by offering inspirational and educational experiences at schools and events, up and down the UK and in a range of international venues. Their mission is to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers, to engage the wider public with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) as part of popular culture, and to strengthen connections between researchers and the public. They do this by training professional science communicators for high quality science shows.

Location

Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Science Museum

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Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

14.00 - 16.30

20.03 (Tue)

10.00 - 12.30

Facilitator

At the Science Museum in London, UK, we have a wealth of experience in engaging diverse audiences and igniting their curiosity in science. Founded in 1857, the Museum now attracts 3,300,000 visitors a year, half a million of whom come as members of education groups. Through our iconic objects and many interactive exhibits, we aim to help our visitors see the creativity and wonder of science.

Location

Laboratory, Hong Kong Science Museum

Teacher Development Workshop (For secondary school teachers)

During this workshop, the London Science Museum’s experienced teacher training team will share a range of practical approaches to help you engage your students with science. Our activities will focus on connecting classroom learning with your students’ everyday lives, to help demonstrate the relevance and potential of science, and build skills that are useful for science. All our courses are hands-on, and you will leave with all the resources you need to apply the techniques straight away.

Teacher Development Workshop (For secondary school teachers)

During this workshop, the London Science Museum’s experienced teacher training team will share a range of practical approaches to help you engage your students with science. Our activities will focus on connecting classroom learning with your students’ everyday lives, to help demonstrate the relevance and potential of science, and build skills that are useful for science. All our courses are hands-on, and you will leave with all the resources you need to apply the techniques straight away.

Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

14.00 - 16.30

20.03 (Tue)

10.00 - 12.30

Facilitator

At the Science Museum in London, UK, we have a wealth of experience in engaging diverse audiences and igniting their curiosity in science. Founded in 1857, the Museum now attracts 3,300,000 visitors a year, half a million of whom come as members of education groups. Through our iconic objects and many interactive exhibits, we aim to help our visitors see the creativity and wonder of science.

Location

Laboratory, Hong Kong Science Museum

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Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

10.00 - 12.30

20.03 (Tue)

14.00 - 16.30

Facilitator

At the Science Museum in London, UK, we have a wealth of experience in engaging diverse audiences and igniting their curiosity in science. Founded in 1857, the Museum now attracts 3,300,000 visitors a year, half a million of whom come as members of education groups. Through our iconic objects and many interactive exhibits, we aim to help our visitors see the creativity and wonder of science.

Location

Laboratory, Hong Kong Science Museum

Teacher Development Workshop (For primary school teachers)

During this workshop, the London Science Museum’s experienced teacher training team will share a range of practical approaches to help you engage your students with science. Our activities will focus on connecting classroom learning with your students’ everyday lives, to help demonstrate the relevance and potential of science, and build skills that are useful for science. All our courses are hands-on, and you will leave with all the resources you need to apply the techniques straight away.

Teacher Development Workshop (For primary school teachers)

During this workshop, the London Science Museum’s experienced teacher training team will share a range of practical approaches to help you engage your students with science. Our activities will focus on connecting classroom learning with your students’ everyday lives, to help demonstrate the relevance and potential of science, and build skills that are useful for science. All our courses are hands-on, and you will leave with all the resources you need to apply the techniques straight away.

Date & Time

19.03 (Mon)

10.00 - 12.30

20.03 (Tue)

14.00 - 16.30

Facilitator

At the Science Museum in London, UK, we have a wealth of experience in engaging diverse audiences and igniting their curiosity in science. Founded in 1857, the Museum now attracts 3,300,000 visitors a year, half a million of whom come as members of education groups. Through our iconic objects and many interactive exhibits, we aim to help our visitors see the creativity and wonder of science.

Location

Laboratory, Hong Kong Science Museum

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