Dr Joe’s "Right at home with Science" online classes!!!
Gravity and the Gravity Falls!
Lots of hands on fun with the simple science of Gravity for the young science learner! Find out 5 amazing and often unknown facts about Gravity, how it helps us breathe, never switches off, and has been around since the start of the universe! At only $10 that’s a steal!
Class starts 9am (we will open up other times as need requires). We will be using Zoom, and it’s free to get an account. You can use it on your PC or phone. Class includes a 10 minute online presentation uploaded after, followed by a cool, fun science activity we can do together online and that’ll keep students engaged for hours afterwards! Students will have the chance to ask questions and chat to the presenter during the online class. Class time will be 40 minutes total, capped at only 10 students a class.
Please pay by:
Paypal to Joe@drjoe.id.au
Or email me for direct deposit details to admin@Drjoe.id.au
Or you can give your private detail to the third party below (though they will not refund your money if, for any reason, you cannot attend.)
All we need is;
1. An EMAIL so that we can invite you to the meeting. We start 9am sharp so make sure you are ready on time, and you know how to use ZOOM appropriately. See https://zoom.us/signup -
2. Your student’s preferred NAME
3. Your student’s ages
4. Something that they want to learn about science during quarantine
5. Any questions they might already have about Gravity, Space or Motion!!
All you’ll need is;
1. An avid student learner, ages 4-14 is OK, 6-11 is best. We cover a broad expanse of material in a hope to engage all learners, but for some it will be revision, and others will be left with a LOT of extra questions!
2. If you learn that way – pen and notebook for science notes.
3. LOTS of extra cardboard. Toilet rolls are great, and shoe or cereal box is excellent.
4. Something to cut the cardboard sensibly and safely – grownups not included, BYO.
5. Something the tape cardboard together – sticky or masking tape is fine.
PS. I shouldn’t have to say this, but it IS April 1st – this is not a joke!